Availability for Number 10 - 2023 rates - Nov to end Mar £525 - Apr, Sept, Oct £575 - May to end Aug & Xmas & New Year £665
Location: 300yards from the sea - 1/2 mile to the nearest shop - unrestricted sea views
Garden: Fully enclosed walled garden with raised decking area and flower beds - outside furniture - parking available to side of property
Heating: Oil central heating - electricity included in price* - multi fuel burner - coal included in price
Kitchen: Electric cooker - ceramic hob - fridge - freezer - microwave - dishwasher - toaster - electric kettle - cafetiere - washing machine - tumble dryer - iron & ironing board
Lounge: TV with SKY package - DVD - free Wifi
Bedrooms: 1 x double - 1 x twin
Bathrooms: 1 shower room - heated towel rail
Additional Information: Linen provided - towels provided - highchair available - no pets allowed
* EV charging not allowed - please click on link for EV charging points https://www.zap-map.com/live/
More information for Number 10
The oldest part of the cottage was built as a ‘But and Ben’ around 1800 and is one of the oldest properties in the village. An extension added in 1980 added a kitchen, bathroom and 2 bedrooms. ‘Number 10’ has recently been renovated and now offers that home from home feeling. The cottage is well equipped and regardless of the weather (this is the west coast of Scotland after all) you will find the cottage warm and welcoming all year round. The back of the property opens into an enclosed walled garden, giving privacy and unrestricted views of the Firth of Lorn across to Mull.
The short, regular ferry crossing allows you the island holiday experience with access to all that the local area offers with many local towns within a reasonable distance for day trips.
There is one local shop and Post Office on the island which is well stocked, but we would always recommend coming prepared with provisions. The local HYPERLINK "http://www.atlanticislandscentre.com" Atlantic Island Centre, which is a stone’s throw from the front door, offers a changing local history exhibition, art displays and licensed café offering lunches, teas and coffees and evening meals at the weekend.
August 2022 Riona
My granddaughter enjoyed her stay and did nt want to leave all she did was sing (3 years old)
She wants to go on holiday again
July 2022 Suzanne
This is a perfect holiday cottage in a friendly little village on a quiet island! Alison is such a lovely host, she has thought of everything you might need during your stay. The cottage is in a great location and, is perfectly clean, really cosy and comfortable. There is a pretty enclosed garden which is a suntrap in good weather and has amazing sunset views over the neighbouring Isles. I would not hesitate in recommending this cottage if you want a relaxing break with nice walks and scenic views. The Atlantic Centre is 2 minutes walk away and does lovely lunches and cakes, open Thursday to Sunday. The shop is a little further but is well stocked and we loved the island made fresh bread and rhubarb jam! We ordered fresh seafood from a local fisherman which was delivered to our door. There are generally half hourly ferries to the island from Seil so you can pop over to the pub or Oban if you do fancy a trip out!
July 2022 Colin
Faultless, an absolutely immaculate cottage, fully equipped, great location, very helpful hosts.
April 2022 Roger
This is a top class cottage. It is cosy, spacious and you will find everything you might need. Alison lives nearby and she is warm, welcoming and helpful. We didn't bring a car and enjoyed exploring: walking to Aird Luing and Toberonochy in the south of the island; over the hill to the Cuan ferry; mild scrambling on the rocks on the coast walk to Cuan; a day on Easdale island; the many slate quarries; sunsets and morning light on Mull; and the Luing cattle. We were fortunate to have a dry spell as, if it is wet, anywhere around the cattle will be very muddy. The ferry times can be a bit flexible so allow plenty of time if you are aiming for a bus connection on Seil.
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