Turnigil is a smart and cosy top floor apartment on the Isle of Colonsay boasting extensive views over the well kept gardens of Colonsay House. In an idyllic south facing position, the apartment is bright and airy and great for a small family or group of up to four who want comfortable, quality accommodation close to local activities and amenities. The apartment makes for a fantastic base after a long day walking, cycling or trying your hand at one of the many outdoor activities that the island has to offer.
Sleeping four people over two bedrooms, the apartment has one double room which is spacious and homely and one twin room with wooden furnishings. The large apartment has a bright and smartly decorated sitting room featuring an open log fire and plenty of comfy seating. There is also a generously sized kitchen and dining area which is fully equipped for all your self-catering needs and of course, a bathroom. This apartment is one of only two on the estate that has a dishwasher, TV and DVD player. There is a communal laundrette with washing machines and dryers that are free of charge to use opposite the car park which has ample parking space.
Our beautiful spacious apartment is available for weekly bookings with Sunday being our changeover day during July and August. Short breaks may be available, please contact us for more information. All bed linen and towels are included in booking. Please note we do not accept pets in this accommodation.
If you enjoy adventure and the great outdoors then the Isle of Colonsay has plenty of different activities to offer based around the wonderful landscape and wildlife. Try your hand at surfing and sailing at the beautiful Kiloran Bay or spot seals and dolphins from the islands many boat tours. A long walk or cycle will get you around the island with ease and allow you to see the many reasons why Colonsay is one of the world's most unspoilt and beautiful islands.
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.