Holy Isle, a buddhist owned island guarding Lamlash Bay in a dramatic rainbow setting
Adjacent to Lamlash Bay overlooking the Holy Isle, Seabank combines the aesthetic qualities of the original farmhouse with practical comforts. A large garden runs down to the shore with a gravel area to the front where the outdoor table and chairs provide a fine vantage point to watch the seals and other wild-life such as Gannets diving for fish; Eider duck with their gentle «coo-coo» conversations; almost black Red-Squirrels who flit around the garden; an evening flight from a Barn-owl and most days the local swans parade their new cygnets along the shore. There is nearly always a Heron wading at the waters edge. <br>The accommodation comprises a large kitchen/dining room with Oil-fired Rayburn, gas hob, dishwasher etc. plus utility with washing machine, drier and freezer: Sitting room with coal fire, TV and video: twin bedroom, WC and games room with drift-wood stove. Upstairs: 1 double, 2 twin, 1 single bedroom; 2 bathrooms, 1 with shower. Sleeps 9. Most rooms look out over Lamla
A seal takes a sunbath just in front of the house