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Baleromindubh Farmhouse

  • Isle of Colonsay
  • Argyll
  • PA61 7YP


  • Celebration House
  • Close to Beach
  • Countryside Views
  • Dishwasher
  • Family
  • Garden
  • Ground Floor Room/s
  • Group Holidays
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Open fire / Wood burner
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Outdoor Gear Storage
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • Rural Location
  • Sea Views
  • Self Catering
  • Weekend Breaks

At a Glance

  • 5 bedrooms, 3 bath/ shower rooms
  • Views towards Isle of Jura
  • Friday changeover

About this Holiday Cottage

Welcome to Baleromindubh Farmhouse on the Isle of Colonsay, a magnificent Victorian property ideal for larger families or two/ three families travelling together. The farmhouse offers 180 degree sea views and is set on the eastern side of the island. Guests can enjoy sea-views from every room except the ground floor twin bedroom.


The farmhouse has a comfortable lounge with two three seater sofas, a two seater sofa and an open fire. There is also a spacious dining/ kitchen with table seating eight, a dresser, armchair, dishwasher and fridge/ freezer.

Bedrooms / Bathrooms

  • Ground floor double bedroom with ensuite shower room
  • Ground floor twin bedroom and a separate shower room with WC and laundry facilities
  • First floor double bedroom, two twin bedrooms and a large bathroom with shower


The farmhouse has a large garden with low drystone wall, outdoor furniture and parking. 

Whistlers Beach can be found a 10-15 minute walk away and there is also a deserted bach set through the farm buildings to the rear of the farmhouse.

Other Things to Note

Electricity will be read on arrival and departure with guests charged accordingly. 


A minimum charge of one week applies at this property. Short breaks may be possible at a reduced rate in certain periods by request. The changeover day is Friday and we accept dogs at an extra charge. 

Around and About

The Island has miles of pristine coastline and beaches which are home to grey seals, otters, dolphins and whales. Colonsay is also a birdwatchers paradise with choughs, corncrakes and golden eagles to look out for. The north of the island has wild goats and there are many ancient and ecclesiastical buildings, chapels and monuments dotting around the island.

The hills of the island are gentle and ideal for walkers/ cyclists of all abilities including children. Trout fishing can also be enjoyed.


Colonsay is served by a Caledonian MacBrayne car ferry service which sails from the Port of Oban every day from 29th March to 24th October and four times a week at other times of the year. The crossing takes 2.5 hours. There are also return flights to and from Oban every week on a Tuesday and Thursday.


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