An Rubha cottage
An Rubha is a traditional-style quarriers’ cottage with all modern amenities designed and built in 1999. It has everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable holiday. It offers unrestricted sea views across the Firth of Lorn towards the Isle of Mull. There is a garden to the front of the cottage with a lawn.
The cottage has three bedrooms: two spacious double bedrooms upstairs and a further smaller double bedroom on the downstairs ground floor. The large, ground floor bathroom has a heated Easdale slate floor, a free-standing bath and a separate, walk-in shower.
The integrated lounge and kitchen area has an open fire and a large round dining table made from timber originally washed up on the island. A utility room houses the dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer. There is plenty of storage space in the cottage and an enclosed garden to the front.
The kitchen is well equipped with utensils and has an electric hob, oven and microwave. The comfortable living area has a digital television, which has a BT Vision with Sports and Kids entertainment packages. There are several games and books to keep guests entertained, children’s travel cot and high chair and coal for the open fire. The property has efficient storage radiators in the kitchen/lounge, with wall-mounted Dimplex heaters in the bedrooms. Bed linen and towels are provided. There is very good wi-fi connectivity.
An Rubha is pet free.
“We love holidaying at An Rubha. As soon as we have parked at Ellenabeich on Seil, we unload our luggage and shopping and the klaxon to alert the passenger ferry to come over to pick us up. The ride across on the boat is fun. It only takes three minutes, but feels like you are on a big adventure. You can feel the weight lifting from your shoulders half way across. The ferrymen help us with all our belongings and from there it’s a only 100 metres to the cottage and our holiday can begin.
The cottage is perfect for all weathers. On a sunny afternoon, there’s nothing better than sitting on the stone bench in the front garden and gazing over the sea to Inish and Mull. Boats and dolphins come and go and time stands still. A walk round the island and up the hill – all 125 feet of it – works up an appetite for some local seafood, or a drink at the friendly Puffer bar and restaurant. On a clear day, many of Scotland’s most fabled islands are clearly visible: Jura, Colonsay and Islay to name but a few. We often head off the island for activities. The local area has lots to do like boat rides, kayaking, horse riding and a cinema, leisure centre and swimming pool in Oban. There’s often music, plays or exhibitions on in the island’s community hall.
An Rubha feels very homely: it has everything we need to prepare and cook a lovely meal and plenty of space to relax and unwind. The unique, circular kitchen table, made by a local craftsman using driftwood washed up on Easdale, is the focal point of the living space, where we eat, drink, play games or just chat.
These two upstairs bedrooms have blackout blinds, ensuring the bright Hebridean mornings don’t interrupt our beauty sleep. Waking with the peaceful sound of the water lapping the shore is unforgettable.”
Our High season period from May until the start of September generally books up well in advance, however, last minute availability is sometimes possible, so please get in touch.
Our bookings run from Saturday-to-Saturday, however during Mid and Low season you may book shorter stays of 2 nights or more. These can start and finish on any day of the week.
- Guests: 6
- Bed Type: 3 x Double Bed
- Categories: Cottage
Prices start at: £78 per night