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The Isle of Colonsay

Your Hebridean Island Adventure

Learn more about Colonsay

The picturesque and historic Island of Colonsay – and its smaller island neighbour Oronsay – is spectacularly located on the west coast of Scotland in the Atlantic Ocean, some 20 miles from the mainland.

All the information to book holiday accommodation on the Isle of Colonsay from the island's Tourism Marketing Group. 

The low-lying island is part of the Southern Hebrides and is easily reached from Oban by daily ferry or by plane. Oronsay is connected to Colonsay by a mile-wide tidal causeway.

Although the island pair measure just 10 miles by two miles, there is a surprising range of things to do, especially for outdoors and wildlife enthusiasts.

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The small and friendly island of Colonsay – and neighbouring Oronsay – boasts an impressive history and heritage, fabulous flora and fauna and a wealth of walking and other outdoor things to do.

Festivals

The island enjoys a celebration or two and invites visitors to join in with one of many popular festivals held throughout the year.

Eating & Drinking

You can choose to eat out or comfortably self-cater on an island that loves to show off its local produce.

Where to stay

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The island offers plenty of holiday accommodation, including more than 30 self-catering holiday cottages, a small hotel, B&Bs and for those on a budget, a 16 bed comfortable self catering lodge.

The hotel and many of our Colonsay holiday cottages have stunning sea views and open fires. All the accommodation providers provide a comfortable base from which to explore Colonsay and Oronsay.

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The small and friendly island of Colonsay – and neighbouring Oronsay – boasts an impressive history and heritage, fabulous flora and fauna and a wealth of walking and other outdoor things to do

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