Luxury accommodation on Islay, Scotland
We are very proud to be able to offer luxury self-catering accommodation on the isle of Islay, Queen of the Hebrides. We offer a wonderful choice of places to stay on this beautiful island, off the west coast of Scotland. Both in the main village of Bowmore and in rural Kilchoman.
Explore our accommodation below to see what is right for you . . .
House and cottages in rural Kilchoman
If you are looking for some peace and quiet, stay in our spectacular Georgian house. The wonderful, traditional Kilchoman House, built in 1825, has room for you to roam. The house is set on 37 acres of land and has some stunning walks and views.
Inside the house, you won’t be short of space either. It comfortably sleeps up to 12 people, with a formal dining room for up to 18 and a large southwest-facing sitting room, overlooking Creag Mhor. There is also a family room to relax in.
Or why not stay in one of the Kilchoman cottages? There are five to choose from so you will be spoilt for choice! Four of our cosy cottages sleep up to four people with Fieldgate Cottage able to sleep six. All of our cottages are just a five-minute walk from a lovely, quiet beach and 37 acres of stunning Scottish countryside to explore.
Holiday cottage in Bowmore
For those looking for a little bit more hustle and bustle, our delightful holiday house and charming cottage in Bowmore offer a traditional taste of life in a Hebridean town. Right at the heart of the main village of Bowmore is Dundonald Cottage. A prime location for touring the island with the main bus route passing through, shops, restaurants, and bars within walking distance, and Bowmore pier a short walk away.
We also have a pizzeria restaurant in Bowmore, Peatzeria. Here, you can enjoy spectacular views of Lochindaal as you tuck into some delicious pizza, pasta and ice cream! What’s more, guests staying at any of our properties on Islay receive 10% discount at Peatzeria!
Things to do on Islay
When you visit us, you won’t be short of things to do. Islay is on the whisky coast of Scotland and has 9 working distilleries. Why not take a tour? Or you could experience the wonderful Scottish wildlife the island has to offer. With over 200 species of birds visiting and living on the island, it is a Twitcher’s paradise!
Although Islay is a small island (just 25 miles long and 15 miles wide), the people living here know how to have a good time. Throughout the year there are lots of events to attend. Festivals, walks, races, beach rugby tournaments, music festivals and more.
The island has a rich and fascinating history. Celts were the first major settlers but, Islay has been inhabited since at least 8000 BC. The island is a treasure trove of historical artefacts, from standing stones and Celtic crosses to graves and ruins to explore. The island’s history is there for all to see in the Museum of Islay Life in Port Charlotte. The museum is open Monday to Friday in the summer and is the perfect place to learn how Islay became the island it is today.
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A warm welcome awaits you when you come to visit and you can rest assured that we will look after you. The locals are very friendly too!
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