Kiloran Bay cottage stands in a stunning location overlooking the Kiloran Bay on the Isle of Colonsay. The beautiful white stone cottage is well furnished with generous amounts of space suitable for a family or group of up to six people. The cottage is the perfect base for anyone looking for a holiday of exploring and activities. Located just above the Kiloran Bay up a short track the traditional cottage gives easy access to the islands unspoilt stretches of sandy beaches and boasts a wealth of wildlife both on land and in the sea such as grey seals, dolphins, mountain goats and rare species of bird.
The spacious cottage is generous in its interior style and is thoughtfully laid out to create a great and spacious living area. The cottage consists of three separate bedrooms sleeping six people in total. Two of the bedrooms are situated on the first floor up a steep staircase, there is one spacious double room which is bright with large windows and matching furnishings and a twin bedroom which also boasts a generous amount of room. Another twin bedroom downstairs makes up the third bedroom and is also well furnished and homely. There is a bathroom with a shower on the ground floor as well. The sitting room fits the traditional cottage style with a lovely open log fire and comfortable furniture. Although small, the kitchen comes fully equipped for all general self-catering needs and the cottage comes with a washing machine.
At the Kiloran Bay cottage, all bed linen and towels are included in booking. Electricity and coal are paid for separately. We welcome up to two well behaved dogs to our accommodation for a small fee, however this must be arranged prior to arrival. Our changeover day is Friday during July and August.
The Kiloran cottage sits just above the bay which is famed for its great surfing conditions so if you want a day at the beach with something a little extra why not try your hand at surfing or sailing. Stroll across the golden crescent shaped beach to take in the wonderful views, especially from the Carnan Eion where you can see the Isle of Jura.
The Caledonian MacBrayne car ferry service runs from the port of Oban to Colonsay six times a week during the summer months and three times a day in the winter. The journey takes two and a quarter hours. In the summer there are extra travel options on Wednesdays and Saturdays on ferries from Kennacraig, travelling via port Islay. A train service from Glasgow Queen Street to Oban returns three times a day and an air service to Oban makes two return flights a week on a Tuesday and Thursday