Whiskey Galore writers stunning Scottish retreat for sale.

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A remote coastal cottage where author Sir Compton Mackenzie wrote his classic novel Whisky Galore has gone on the market for offers over £325,000.<br />
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The five bed house is situated on the a beach on the tiny Isle of Berra in the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. <br />
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The windswept location inspired Sir Compton to pen the hilarious story of a parched island community going to great lengths to recover thousands of bottles of whisky washed up from a shipwreck.<br />
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The author also wrote Monarch of the Glen from the living room of the cottage that looks out to the sandy beach and the Sea of the Hebrides.