Glendyke Isle of Coll
“quite the most amazing situation for a holiday cottage”
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Welcome to Glendyke, Isle of Coll

A breath of fresh air?

Breathe in the clearest air, fresh across the atlantic! Glendyke is our own little paradise, situated on the shores of Breachacha bay on the Hebridean Isle of Coll. Walk out of the front door onto the foreshore, watch otters in the stream from the kitchen window (if you are lucky), or be woken at night by corncrakes in the garden. Glendyke sits within the RSPB reserve based at Totronald. From the garden we see corncrake, hen harriers, sea eagles,long and short-eared owls, seals, otters, stream-jumping (and swimming) hares - all-in-all a wildlife paradise. And just off the end of Breachacha bay is ‘basking shark central’ - one of the best spots in the world to observe them. At times it is possible to see hundreds in Crossapol bay! And there are wonderful walks without touching the car - explore the unique machair habitat with its amzingly colourful carpets of rare flowers, or walk deserted sandy beaches with aquamarine seas of immense clarity. This all sounds like poetic drivel - but once you’ve experienced the wonders, you will understand how it grabs you. Time to get your foot in the door?
Glendyke, self-catering cottage on the Isle of Coll, Argyll, Scotland
Glendyke Isle of Coll
Glendyke, self-catering cottage on the Isle of Coll, Argyll, Scotland

Welcome to

Glendyke, Isle

of Coll

A breath of fresh air?

Breathe in the clearest air, fresh across the atlantic! Glendyke is our own little paradise, situated on the shores of Breachacha bay on the Hebridean Isle of Coll. Walk out of the front door onto the foreshore, watch otters in the stream from the kitchen window (if you are lucky), or be woken at night by corncrakes in the garden. Glendyke sits within the RSPB reserve based at Totronald. From the garden we see corncrake, hen harriers, sea eagles,long and short- eared owls, seals, otters, stream- jumping (and swimming) hares - all-in-all a wildlife paradise. And just off the end of Breachacha bay is ‘basking shark central’ - one of the best spots in the world to observe them. At times it is possible to see hundreds in Crossapol bay! And there are wonderful walks without touching the car - explore the unique machair habitat with its amzingly colourful carpets of rare flowers, or walk deserted sandy beaches with aquamarine seas of immense clarity. This all sounds like poetic drivel - but once you’ve experienced the wonders, you will understand how it grabs you. Time to get your foot in the door?
“quite the most amazing situation for a holiday cottage”