The Colonsay Hotel (Image credit: http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2539779  © Copyright Gordon Hatton and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.)

The Colonsay Hotel

The island’s main shop is The Colonsay General Store. It stocks much local produce including salad, eggs and honey. It is also home to a well-stocked off licence, and supplies of all kinds can be pre-ordered online then delivered to your holiday accommodation awaiting your arrival. Take a look at their website at:

The Bookshop, at Port Mhor, offers mainly Scottish publications for sale but does also have a stock of holiday reading and children’s books. The Pantry is a local bakery around 200 yards away from the pier. You can sit in their outdoors dining area and enjoy the views of the pier and the Jura Hills with a light meal. Licensed for alcohol sales both on and off the premises, The Pantry has also recently provided a Wednesday night fresh fish night – fish, straight off the ferry and onto your plate, covered with their special beer batter. There’s also free wi-fi at the Pantry, along with other locations throughout the island, including the Colonsay Hotel. The Old Waiting Room Gallery holds regular exhibitions and the Colonsay Brewery provides beer to the Colonsay Hotel and to the public. Oysters from Andrew’s Oysters are available for sale in The Pantry and The Colonsay General Store, and regularly appear on the hotel’s menu.

Hebridean Air runs flights to and from Oban twice a week and to Islay twice a week, with additional flight schedules currently being trialled. A doctor and district nurse are available on the island, and an air ambulance can be available to transport medical emergencies to Glasgow hospitals extremely quickly.

The two island churches (Baptist and Church of Scotland) hold services on alternate Sundays - worshippers of all denominations attend both.

Where to stay on Colonsay

We are pleased to offer fantastic accommodation on Colonsay, whatever the reason for your visit. See below for some inspirational ideas.

Accommodation on Colonsay

  • Isle of Colonsay
    Sleeps 10
    Prices from
    £780
    per week (seasonal) Sleeps 10
     
    Spectacular Victorian farmhouse holiday home on the Isle of Colonsay overlooking Jura. 180 degree sea views with a large garden, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and woodburner. Sleeps 10.
     
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  • Isle of Colonsay
    Sleeps 6
    Prices from
    £390
    per week (seasonal) Sleeps 6
     
    Stunning cottage retreat on the Isle of Colonsay overlooking Loch Fada. Pet friendly with garden and open fire. Three bedrooms, lovely views. Great for families. No short breaks.
     
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  • Isle of Colonsay
    Sleeps 12
    Prices from
    £880
    Per week (seasonal) sleeps 12
     
    Stone built Victorian farmhouse with amazing sea views located in the depths of the countryside. Perfect location for relaxed family/group holiday. Great facilities. Sleeps 10
     
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