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Per week (seasonal) sleeps 10

Scalasaig Farmhouse

  • Isle of Colonsay
  • Argyll
  • PA61 7YU

Facilities

  • Bed and Breakfast
  • Countryside Views
  • Dishwasher
  • Family
  • Garden
  • Group Holidays
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Open fire / Wood burner
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • Rural Location
  • Self Catering
  • Weekend Breaks
  • WiFi

At a Glance

  • 4 bedrooms, 4 bath/ shower rooms
  • 10 minute walk to local amenities
  • Off peak B&B option

About this Holiday Cottage

Welcome to Scalasaig Farmhouse on the Isle of Colonsay. Perfect for groups of larger families, this comfortable and traditional property has been extensively renovated and has oil fired central heating. It is set a ten minute walk from the harbour and boasts fantastic country views.

Inside

The farmhouse has a spacious sitting room with three large sofas and an open fire. There is also a large kitchen/ dining room with Rayburn, dishwasher, fridge/ freezer, washing machine, clothes dryer and a dining table with eight chairs.

Bedrooms / Bathrooms

The property has a double bedroom with ensuite shower room, a double bedroom with ensuite bedroom and a flexible double or twin bedroom with two extra single beds. A shower room can be found across the hallway and the ground floor has a further twin bedroom with ensuite bath/ shower room.

Outside

The large garden offers lovely views southward towards the hills and there is parking available.

Other Things to Note

Electricity is payable by meter reading which is taken at the end of your stay. 

Availability

The changeover day for the cottage is Saturday. The property can also be rented on a Bed & Breakfast basis per night outside of school holiday times with meals taken at the Colonsay Hotel, five minutes walk away.

Dogs are accepted 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.

Directions

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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