Boasting fabulous views over Kiloran Bay, Uragaig Cottage on the Isle of Colonsay is a delightful, rural retreat for families and also provides comfortable accommodation for groups of up to six people.
The sitting/ dining room has glass doors offering views to the south and an open fire with back boiler. The fully equipped kitchen has a dishwasher and there is also a dining table with five chairs.
There is one ground floor double bedroom plus a bathroom with shower. A very steep ladder style staircase leads to two further twin bedrooms.
The cottage has an attractive garden and is accessed via a short track from the road. There is also an adjacent property which can sleep six people.
Electricity is payable via a meter reading which is taken at the end of your stay.
The cottage does not accept short breaks and the changeover day is Saturday. Dogs are accepted by arrangement at a charge.
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.