Simple, lovely and comfortable rebuilt traditional mining cottage just a stone throw off the ferry, and 20m to the Puffer Bar & Restaurant.
Enjoy the unique serenity this car-free island has to offer, amidst the Scottish west coast's wild beauty.
Seol-Mara laid in ruins for years like many cottages on the island, and was rebuilt by the former owner in the 1980s, and is now a self-catering holiday cottage.
The cottage has a double bedroom, loft space with double mattress, large living room with space for 2 folding beds. A kitchenette with fridge, freezer, cooker, microwave, toaster, kettle, tea & coffee, all the utensils and cutlery you will need and washing machine. The bathroom includes a bath and shower. All bed linen and towels are included.
Mobile phone signal on the island is inconsistent, with the best place on the island for signal being near the phone box at the ferry shed. There is also Wi-Fi in the cottage free of charge, although be prepared for slower internet speeds than you may be used to!
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I live right next door so any problems or queries you have please feel free to just come and give me a knock! Otherwise you will be left in peace.
If booking in the winter, the ferry is subject to weather conditions, and can be occasionally cancelled for a day or two. The Puffer Bar is open all year round, but the restaurant is mainly seasonal.
No smoking inside, please smoke outside.
Please we would expect guests to behave in a reasonable manner and report any damages or insecurities next door.
A retired civil engineer from Syria, I now spend my days doing arts and crafts, we have regular exhibitions in the community hall. I also work part time in the island's Folk Museum, and have been scrap-booking the local history and events connected to the island over the last 10 years or so. I love reading, and my 'library' is slowly over filling from my house next door into the holiday cottage.