Braighebhaile is a traditional stone built croft house on two levels. The quiet crofting township of Suledale has working crofts with sheep and cattle. There are also riding stables in the township. Braighebhaile means head of the township in Gaelic.
The accommodation on the ground floor consists of a sitting room with open fire and dining table. There is a television, CD player / cassette / radio in the sitting room. There is also a spacious double room with a shower and finally a small kitchen with a cooker, fridge and microwave oven. Electricity is extra at current rates and coal is available for purchase from the owner.
On the first floor there are two cosy single bedrooms with coombed ceilings and velux windows. There is also a folding bed available. There is also a small separate WC with wash hand basin. The house sleeps four and we supply bed linen. We are sorry, but we don't take pets.