Glendyke Isle of Coll
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Arinagour bay looking east to Mull

About Glendyke

A paradise for nature lovers

Glendyke is simply but comfortably furnished, and sleeps 2  with stunning views out of every window. The kitchen is well equipped, and the sun shines in through the kitchen windows from mid-day to sundown. The bathroom has a double bath and power shower. A wood-burning stove supplements electric panel heaters. The cottage sleep 4 in two double beds. Nestled in the shelter of ‘Hangmans Hill’  has its own large fenced plot with a steep bank down to a stream along 2 sides. It is sheep netted and is large dog-proof. Our change-over day is Saturday with entry mid afternoon. The cottage is 6 miles from the pier at Arinagour, and is accessed across a field track. Out of season it can get boggy, so a 4 x 4 is desirable then. Over the summer there is rarely a problem, but Coll is a remote island where things don’t always go to plan - and this is part of the beauty. The community revolves around ferry days, when the village and roads come alive. Do however make your ferry bookings early as they do get booked up for peak holiday dates. The airport is 3 minutes drive away so another option is to fly in.
Glendyke Isle of Coll
Glendyke, self-catering cottage on the Isle of Coll, Argyll, Scotland

About Glendyke

A paradise for nature lovers

Glendyke is simply but comfortably furnished, and sleeps 2  with stunning views out of every window. The kitchen is well equipped, and the sun shines in through the kitchen windows from mid- day to sundown. The bathroom has a double bath and power shower. A wood-burning stove supplements electric panel heaters. The cottage sleep 4 in two double beds. Nestled in the shelter of ‘Hangmans Hill’  has its own large fenced plot with a steep bank down to a stream along 2 sides. It is sheep netted and is large dog-proof. Our change-over day is Saturday with entry mid afternoon. The cottage is 6 miles from the pier at Arinagour, and is accessed across a field track. Out of season it can get boggy, so a 4 x 4 is desirable then. Over the summer there is rarely a problem, but Coll is a remote island where things don’t always go to plan - and this is part of the beauty. The community revolves around ferry days, when the village and roads come alive. Do however make your ferry bookings early as they do get booked up for peak holiday dates. The airport is 3 minutes drive away so another option is to fly in.
Arinagour bay looking east to Mull