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2 Bedroom Secluded Croft with Sea Views on Easdale Island, West Coast of Scotland
House from the water Cosy stove Side of house Living and dining
Sea views Kitchen Garden views Double bedroom 2
Waterside Hallway House exterior Boat in window
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2 Bedroom Secluded Croft with Sea Views on Easdale Island, West Coast of Scotland

Easdale Island, Argyll, Scotland, Europe
Price: From £900 per week Minimum stay 7 nights
Bedrooms: 2 Guests: 4
Property Info
Accommodation Type
  • Beach Houses
  • Cottages
Property Setting
  • Near the Sea
  • Village / Rural
Exterior Facilities
Interior Facilities
  • Baby equipment
  • Internet Access
  • Log Fire
  • Beach nearby
  • Beach within walking distance
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Golf nearby
  • Walking
  • Watersports
  • Child Friendly
  • Pet Friendly
  • Sea View
Please note that the map is to provide an indication of the area and may not be exact.
Special Offer

From 22nd February 2024 to 2nd May 2024

If you book your stay between now and end of May
Minimum 3 night stay 
Use code SVZT6 on our website to get your discount 
Subject to availability. 

One-Off Feature

This charming croft on Easdale Island on the West Coast of Scotland is the ultimate getaway - a perfect escape for couples, friends and families looking for peace and quiet, stunning beaches and coastline and wonderful birdlife.  An exceptional retreat.

General Info

Built in the 1800's the cottage has been designed to reflect the island’s slate-quarrying heritage. Easdale is a very friendly island and you can be assured a warm welcome.  The Puffer Bar and Restaurant is just a two minute walk from the cottage and serves great homemade food.

The Area Surrounding The Property / Accommodation

The little island of Easdale is 16 miles from Oban, known as the gateway to the isles.  This is truly one of the most stunning parts of the world, and there’s no shortage of places to explore.  On the way to Easdale you’ll cross the world famous Clachan Bridge over the Atlantic.  Carrying on to Seil, enjoy spectacular views over to Scarba and Jura.  There are a variety of local hostelries in the vicinity where you can enjoy home cooked food and try some Scottish whiskies!  Easdale Island is the smallest permanently inhabited island in the Inner Hebrides and was once the heart of Scotland’s slate mining industry.  The island is home to a Folk Museum which tells the story of the local community.  Easdale is also host to the world Stone Skimming Championships!  For keen birdwatchers, you couldn’t be in a better place.  This is truly a place for walkers too - wonderful walks straight from the back garden taking you to spectular old slate mine quarry pools.

Getting There & Local Amenities

Getting There:
You can get as far as Seil by road, and then you will need to catch the small passenger ferry for the five minute crossing to Easdale.  It’s then just 300 yards to the cottage - you’ll be given a wheelbarrow to transport your luggage!

Nearest Airport:

Nearest Train Station:

Nearest Restaurant:
Short walk

Nearest Beach:
Short walk

Accommodation Details

Interior Details
The single storey cottage has two bedrooms (each with a double bed) and can sleep up to four people (plus a baby - cot provided).  The bathroom is shared, and has a shower over bath.  There’s a modern kitchen with all you need for your stay, including dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave, coffee machine and double oven.  There’s a washing machine and tumble dryer in the shed to the back.  The living room / dining area is spacious but very cosy, with a large wood burning stove.  There are bluetooth speakers, a TV, and a good range of DVDs.

Exterior Details
The cottage has two big gardens (one front and one to the rear), both of which have spectacular sea views.  The back garden and patio is accessed from the living room and has stunning views across the Atlantic towards the Isle of Mull.  The front garden has views over the island and on to the mainland.  There’s a BBQ and garden furniture so you can enjoy sitting and eating al fresco when the weather allows.

Conditions of Rental
Check in from 4pm and check out by 9.30am.  Up to two dogs welcome (though garden is not enclosed).  Linen and towels provided.  25% deposit to confirm booking.  Please note, there is no access to the island by vehicle - your car will be parked on the mainland for the duration of your stay.

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