At a glance:

Sleeps 2 - ideal for couples
Bookings run Friday to Friday
1 Bedroom with King-Size Bed
En suite Bathroom
Travel Cot by arrangement
Living Room with Coal Stove
Well equipped Kitchen
Pets by arrangement £20
No smoking

Facilities

Telephone
Broadband Wi-Fi Internet
Freeview TV
DVD player
iPod Dock
Dishwasher
Washing Machine
Hairdryer
Linen & towels supplied

Location

Quiet central village location
Oban 17 miles (½ hour)
Glasgow 100 miles (3 hours)
Edinburgh 130 miles (3½ hrs)
Manchester 320 miles (7 hrs)
London 520 miles (10 hours)

Local Area

Ideal location for walking, climbing, wildlife spotting, fishing, diving, golf, cycling, mountain-biking, sea-kayaking

Good base for exploring the West Highlands, Argyll, Mull, Iona, Lochaber, Appin, Glencoe, Kilmartin Glen

Local shop & doctor’s surgery with dispensary

Pub at end of the street

Contact:

To make a booking, or for more information about the cottage please contact:

Kim Rowswell,
Dunmarrock House,
Balvicar,
Oban,
Argyll PA34 4TE

Telephone: 01852 300040

Email: kimrowswell@yahoo.co.uk




welcome

Insh Cottage is a traditional stone built quarrier’s cottage in Ellenabeich (also known as Easdale) on the Isle of Seil. The island is connected to the mainland by the well known “Bridge Over The Atlantic”and is only a 30 minutes drive to Oban, which provides a good range of shops as well as being the gateway to the Argyll Islands.

well equipped self catering holiday cottage

Built in the mid 1800s as a slate quarrier’s cottage, Insh Cottage has been tastefully modernised to provide simple but comfortable holiday accommodation and as such it is an ideal retreat for those seeking a peaceful holiday with stunning landscapes and seascapes. Please browse the rest of the website to find out more about Insh Cottage, Easdale, the Isle of Seil, Oban and local area and also to check availability.

the perfect base for exploring Argyll and the Islands

The cottage is centrally located on the coast of Argyll, south of Oban, and offers easy access to the main tourist areas, whilst offering a quiet and peaceful holiday base. To the north the scenic areas of Lochaber and Glencoe are within easy reach. To the south are the historic sites of Kilmartin Glen and the Crinan Canal. Travelling inland you can visit the attractions at Inveraray, including the Castle and Jail. Oban also offers many opportunities for exploring further afield including the islands of Mull, Iona, Lismore and Kerrera.

have an adventure …

There are many outdoor activities in the wider area, including wildlife watching boat trips, cycling, scuba diving, climbing, kayaking, horse riding and white water rafting. See our guide to the local area for more ideas.

… or enjoy peace and quiet

Discover a diverse range of museums, castles, gardens, beaches and walks in the area. The landscapes are stunning and Seil is the perfect place to get away from it all. Whether you enjoy fishing, golf or walking there are plenty of ways to spend your time.