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Please complete this form to submit a booking enquiry. To choose your dates please select every night you wish to stay in the property. If you have any special requirements, please enter them in the 'details' section. We will endeavour to get back to you within 24 hours to confirm your booking. It is advisable to book the ferry as soon as possible as it can be full during the summer months.

Arrival day is on a Monday with a Sunday departure. This is due to the ferry timetables and the length of time it takes to clean the house from the previous week. These days can be flexible out of high season.

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Isle of Coll Artist Retreats

COLL

The Hebridean Isle of Coll is a small and tranquil island which lies off the West coast of Scotland between Mull and Tiree.

The Isle of Coll is a Southern Hebridean island lying about four miles west of Mull. It extends approximately thirteen miles in length and is about four miles across at it’s widest point. Coll is fairly central in the coastal chain of Hebridean islands, and has breathtaking views of surrounding islands such as Skye, the Treshnish Isles. The views from Arrol House enable you to see as far out as the Outer Hebridean isles of Barra and South Uist. 

One of the most beautiful aspects of the island is the amount of incredible white shell-sandy beaches. The waters surrounding Coll are home to many of the island’s wildlife such as seals, basking sharks, minke whales and dolphins.

The island is also home to the famous Corncrake and has sightings of sea eagles from time to time.

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THINGS TO DO
ON COLL

There are many things to do on the island from surfing and swimming in the waves to sand dune jumping.

Walking over our vast beaches or playing golf on the 9 hole golf course. You can also enjoy cycling around the island from the bikes that are on hire or simply sitting enjoy good food and wine in the Coll Hotel and Island Café.

Coll has one main village with an Island Cafe, Post Office, Fuel Station, Island Store and an organic food shop. 

The Island Store can deliver food for any of our visiting guests and Tesco can also deliver to the island.  Please contact us for more info.

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GETTING TO COLL

Travelling to Coll by Ferry

During the summer months, Coll is serviced daily by a Caledonian Macbrayne ferry from Oban. The scenic journey up the sound of Mull takes approximately two hours and 40 minutes.

Younger passengers will be treated to a sight of Tobermory, home of Balamory on the way and if you are lucky you may also see basking sharks, porpoises or dolphins.

During the winter months, the ferry service sails every day, except Wednesdays and Fridays.

Please visit Caledonian Macbrayne for further information…

Travelling to Coll by Plane

Coll has a small airport, just a ten minute walk from Arrol House!

The plane service flies from Connel, near Oban and takes about 25 minutes. You can also fly from Coll to Tiree.

Please visit Hebridean Air Services for timetables, information and to make an online booking.

For more info, booking or availability, please call Doug on 07967 566041, email hello@arrolhouse.co.uk or send us a message using the form below…

For more info, booking or availability, please call Doug on 07967 566041, email hello@arrolhouse.co.uk or send us a message using the form below…