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livislay is situated in the village of Port Ellen on the island of Islay ,Scotland.
Sleeps 6 people, bed linen and towels provided.
Fully fitted kitchen (dishwasher,washing machine, microwave)
Dining area with patio doors giving access to patio and outside dining area with a fenced garden.Lounge...
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Lagavulin Excise House will be available from Easter 2018 as a 4 bedroom, 5 bathroom self catering holiday let.
Built in the early 1900's this was once home to the Excise Man for Lagavulin Distillery. The property has been renovated and restored to a high standard in a modern yet contemporary...
Puffin Cottage is a traditional stone built cottage in the heart of Port Ellen but on a quiet road, previously a family home it has been completely refurbished within the last 12 months. Consists of open plan downstairs lounge and hall area in solid wood parquet flooring, large kitchen/diner, and...
This traditional stone built terraced cottage dating from the early 1880's is situated on Loch Leodamais in the centre of Port Ellen village. It has been extended and sympathetically modernised to a high standard. The original open beams have been retained as have various other features. There is...
This traditional self-catering accommodation situated in the village of Port Ellen is the perfect base to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of Scotland's whisky island, Islay.
Just 200m from the pier, marina, and near local beach, shop, pub/restaurant, the Machrie (golf) 8km, and transport links....
Probably the most interesting holiday-let house in the Hebrides, Lagavulin Hall was built in the first years of the 1900’s as a parish church. It is on the South East of Islay in an attractive sheltered position, with views across Surnaig Bay to the ruins of the 14th Century Dunyveg Castle.