Our Isle Adilla is situated next to The Old Excise House at Laphroaig, on the south coast of Islay with fantastic sea views. The three distilleries coastal path is a few steps away and runs between the village of Port Ellen and Ardbeg. Isle Adilla Cabin is made in Scotland and combines unique outdoors, small space living with a high spec finish. The cabin is ideal for couples, single & business travellers.
“The Isle Adilla pod was absolutely perfect for our stay on Islay. The space is just right for a couple, with everything you need and more space inside than the pictures suggest. We left the full bed in place the whole time and didn't have any issue. The amenities are a nice touch, and we appreciated the bit of breakfast materials provided by Ron and Emma. The location is gorgeous and perfect for anyone who likes a good walk. 15-20 minutes from town and right at the start of the 3 distilleries. We walked almost everywhere we needed to go, and grabbed a bus or called a cab for the rest. We even lucked out and got Ron as a guide at Ardbeg, which was good fun. The cabin stayed warm and cozy without issue, which was appreciated as the weather turned a bit more rainy. We wouldn't hesitate to book again, given the chance.”
Killinallan is a modern, warm, incredibly comfortable holiday home. Like its mirror image Sanaigmore, it is built in the traditional Isle of Islay style, with a stylish interior which is beautifully furnished and very well equipped – a real home from home. The holiday cottage has 2 double rooms (ensuite), 1 twin room (bathroom adjacent) and sleeps up to 6 persons. Ground floor Relax in the spacious living room and dining room with French Doors opening onto the rear stone-walled garden - laid to grass with outdoor table and chairs. The perfect spot for a morning ‘cuppa’ or to sit and catch the last of the sun in the evening as you look out over the fields to Octomore Farm – their barley and water are used in iconic Bruichladdich malt whiskies. There’s a separate family games room or ‘quiet’ room - you choose! For flexibility and convenience, this room has a double sofa bed with adjacent shower room and toilet – handy if you have kids who don’t like sharing, or a family member who prefers to sleep on the ground floor. (Please note that the total number of guests at Killinallan remains 6). The superbly equipped kitchen looks out over the fields and walled garden. If you fancy a holiday ‘bake-off’ there are recipe books and baking kit aplenty. There is a separate utility room with access to the garden – excellent for rinsing off outdoor gear or doing a spot of mid-holiday laundry. Upper floor Two double rooms with kingsize beds look out to the front of the cottage. As you might expect from purpose-built accommodation, each double bedroom has its own en-suite facilities. The good-sized twin room is located next door to the main family bathroom. With two en-suite showers and a bath with shower upstairs (plus a toilet/shower room downstairs) there’ll be no need to form an orderly queue in the morning!
“Beautiful home on beautiful Islay. The house is very close to several restaurants in Port Charlotte and the main roads to get around to other parts of the island. Margaret was a fantastic host! The home was clean and well accommodated. Her response time to us for questions, including general information on Islay, was fast and well thought out. Certainly would stay here again!”
Our newly renovated cabin is situated in the middle of Islay, less than one mile from Bowmore - the main village. This quiet hideaway comes complete with open fields, sea views and a taste of life on the whisky isle. Enjoy a wee dram on the cabin's private decking which overlooks Bruichladdich's barley fields, or wander into the village and explore local shops with the aroma of Bowmore distillery filling the air. An island of experiences not to be missed.
“Our stay at Jim's place was wonderful. The location was perfect, and the cabin super cosy. Jim and Caroline were lovely and approachable. The little cabin was perfect for my fiancee and I to relax in after each day of exploring the island and distilleries. No kitchen was not an issue for us as we would usually have a snacky dinner after a big pub lunch during the day.”