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This traditional self-catering accommodation situated in the village of Port Ellen is the perfect base to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of Scotland's whisky island, Islay.
Just 200m from the pier, marina, and near local beach, shop, pub/restaurant, Laphraoig, Lagavuilin and Ardbeg distilleries...
Fabulous turf-roofed guest accommodation set in an beautiful secluded spot high on the Oa peninsula on the Hebridean island of Islay, Scotland. The architect designed lodge is clad in local stone and has been carefully built by island and Argyll craftsmen. With its turf roof the building appears...
Coillabus Cottage is a well equipped and comfortable traditional West Highland cottage set in the heart of a working hill farm.
The cottage sleeps up to six guests in 3 bedrooms. Guests can relax in the comfortable living room in front of the open fire. Well-stocked bookcases, a vintage vinyl...
This traditional stone built terraced cottage dating from the early 1880's is situated on Loch Leodamais in the centre of Port Ellen village. It has been extended and sympathetically modernised to a high standard. The original open beams have been retained as have various other features. There is...
Cosy holiday letting on our 'Callumkill Estate' on the Isle of Islay located in a secluded setting close to the south coast: The Cottage offers a lot of privacy. 3 bedrooms, sleeps 5. Ideal for a relaxing holiday. In walking distance to Ardbeg, Lagavulin and Laphroaig distilleries. More photos and...
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A holiday home steeped in whisky heritage.
Built in the early 1900's this was once home to the Excise Man for Lagavulin Distillery. The property has been renovated and restored to a high standard in a modern yet contemporary style while retaining many of the original features. Located within...
Probably the most interesting holiday-let house in the Hebrides, Lagavulin Hall was built in the first years of the 1900’s as a parish church. It is on the South East of Islay in an attractive sheltered position, with views across Surnaig Bay to the ruins of the 14th Century Dunyveg Castle.
Once home to workers at for Lagavulin Distillery this ground floor 3 bedroom flat is located within walking distance of Laphroaig, Lagavulin and Ardbeg Distilleries. The ideal base for you to enjoy and explore this beautiful island.
Situated on the south side of Islay and surrounded by rolling...