Oban Seil Croft Cottages, Isle of Seil, Oban (Self-Catering)
Isle of Seil – Oban
The island of Seil, 12 miles south of Oban, is ideally suited for touring the West Highlands. Connected to the mainland by the impressive single span Clachan Bridge, Seil is the most accessible of the Slate Islands – an Inner Hebridean island group renowned for its geology and natural heritage.
Located one mile from Clachan Bridge, Oban Seil Croft offers two exceptional 4-star self-catering cottages situated in peaceful surroundings on a working croft.
Both former croft houses, Croft Cottage and Sea View Cottage have been fully renovated to a high standard and each provide well-equipped accommodation for 4 people, plus cot if required.
Guests are encouraged to explore their immediate surroundings, including the sheltered belt of native woodland at the bottom of the croft. Here can be seen all manner of wildlife, including roe deer, pine marten and birds of prey from the nearby island of Mull.
Contact: Donnie MacDougall