Atlantic Bay Cottage offers idyllic self catering accommodation situated on the picturesque island of Seil.
Covid 19 Update
We are excited that we will be back open from the 6th of July. We are looking forward to welcoming our guests old and new. We can assure you that we will be following stringent cleaning protocols to prepare for your visit. We will be rotating bedding so that each stay has fresh duvets and pillows. All soft furnishings will have been sprayed with Anti Virus Disinfectant and all hard surfaces will have been thoroughly cleaned as well. We will leave anti virus disinfectant in the house for you to use during your stay and there will be antibacterial hand gel at the door. We would be obliged if all guests could bag their linen before departure and put towels into the washing machine. In addition we will be changing our check out time to 9am and check in to 5pm in order that we have a little longer to deep clean the cottages.
Atlantic Bay Cottage sleeps 6 to 8 in three bedrooms and is a Scandinavian style self catering accommodation with spectacular views to the islands of Jura, Colonsay and Mull and then nothing until America. The sunsets from Atlantic Bay Cottage have to be seen to be believed. With its own shoreline it is the ideal place to while away the hours looking out for otters and bottlenose dolphins, then go to sleep with the sound of the sea lapping at the bottom of the garden. Click here to read more about Atlantic Bay Cottage.
With both cottages offering free Wifi, towels and bedding, you just need to turn up and start enjoying your holiday.
The Isle of Seil enjoys the peace and tranquillity of island life but with the advantage of it being easily accessible. One of Argyll’s Slate Islands, Seil is on the east side of the Firth of Lorn, 12 miles southwest of Oban, in Argyll, Scotland and is connected to the mainland by the world famous ‘Bridge over the Atlantic’. The region of Argyll is one of the most stunning areas of Scotland with the sea on the doorstep, mountains and lochs around every corner, Celtic history in abundance and the most amazing wildlife from Otters, Minke Whales, Basking Sharks to White Tailed Sea Eagles; All of which are easily accessible from Seil and being near Oban, the Gateway to the Isles, it’s a great base for exploring the inner Hebridean islands, such as Mull and Iona.