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isle of ColonsayWelcome to our page of hotel accommodation, information, attractions and places of interest on the Isle of Colonsay. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation from our list of hotels on the Isle of Colonsay.

The Isle of Colonsay lies in the Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland, 15 miles to the north lies the island of Mull. Together with its semi-detatched neighbour Oransay, it forms an island group around 10 miles long and 2 miles wide. With just over one hundred inhabitants and its nearest neighbouring community almost 20 miles away, Colonsay is one of the most remote communities in Britain. Most visitors are attracted to Colonsay for its tranquility and unspoilt natural beauty, its wide empty beaches, dramatic cliffs home to enormous colonies of seabirds, a number of seal colonies and a variety of exotic plants thriving in the warmth of the Gulf Stream.

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The Isle of Colonsay Hotel
Colonsay
Argyll
PA61 7YP

Colonsay-hotel-accommodation-Scottish-IslesHotel in Colonsay. The Isle of Colonsay Hotel, built about 1750 is a listed historic building......more details for this HOTEL / GUEST HOUSE
Contact: Reception
Tel: +44(0)1951 200316
Fax: +44(0)1951 200353
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Visitor attractions and information - Isle of Colonsay

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Attractions Kiloran Gardens, Isle of Colonsay, Argyll PA61. Tel: 01951 200312. A range of exotic trees and shrubs. In the north of the Isle of Colonsay.

 Kiloran Gardens

The Colonsay House and Woodland Garden

Attractions Colonsay House and Woodland Gardens, Colonsay House, Isle of Colonsay, Argyll PA61 7YR. Tel: 01951 200211. The Colonsay House rhododendron and woodland garden is considered to be one of the finest rhododendron gardens in Scotland. It was planted mostly in the 1930's and has an exceptional variety, not only of rhododendrons, but also of trees and shrubs including some exotic species from the southern hemisphere. The woodland garden covers some 20 acres. The Colonsay House private gardens and shop are open on Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the summer. The Woodland garden is open 7 days a week throughout the year.

The Colonsay House and Woodland Garden

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