Port Charlotte, on Islay, is home to two spacious holiday cottages that are ideal for families and groups. Nestled adjacent to the converted village hall, the properties have been recently built and feature a traditional white-walled exterior.
Islay is often referred to as the Queen of the Hebrides and the picturesque village of Port Charlotte typifies this. The cottages act as a perfect base for exploring and you're only minutes away from a sandy beach, museum, wildlife centre and a play park. Also within walking distance is a friendly pub, restaurant and local shop.
Each cottage includes the following standard features:
Sanaigmore - Well equipped interior that's beautifully furnished. Features two double rooms and a twin, a family games room, dining room, and a family bathroom.
Killinallan - Sleeps six people in two double rooms and one twin room. The cottage includes a family games room, well-equipped kitchen, and French doors that lead to the garden.
Both cottages include their own enclosed garden to the rear with outdoor tables, seating and umbrellas.
Bed linen and towels are provided. Travel cots and highchairs are also available for young children at no extra cost.
Please contact for availability.
Short breaks are available until the end of May starting from just £120 per night.
By air - Flights to Islay Airport
There are daily flights from Glasgow International Airport (GLA) to Islay Glenegedale Airport (ILY), with flying time of about 30-40 minutes. For information on schedules, please contact Flybe at Glasgow Airport on +44 (0) 141 887 1111 or Islay Airport on +44 (0) 1496 302022.
By car - Directions To Islay from Glasgow
The drive from Glasgow to the port of Kennacraig (about 5 miles form Tarbert, on the Kintyre Peninsula) takes around 3 hours. Take the A82 along Loch Lomondside and follow the A83 in a westerly direction (sign-posted ultimately to Campbeltown) at Tarbet, passing through Arrochar at the head of Loch Long, then passing through Cairndow and Inveraray. Continue on the A83, now in a southerly direction along the western shores of Loch Fyne, passing through Lochgilphead and Tarbert on your way to Kennacraig. Please note that you must arrive at the ferry terminal 30 minutes before your ferry departure time.