The Bothy is an early 19th stone built single storey and attic dwelling under a slate roof. The accommodation comprises a reception hall, open kitchen and sitting room, shower room, bedroom 2 on the ground floor and master bedroom and bathroom on the upper floor. Bothy is a part of Ballachulish House with 3,5 acres of grounds and river. Build in 1640, Ballachulish House is famous for "Appin Murder" (the gun, used for it was found in yew tree near Bothy), and for it's role in Glencoe Massacre.
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