News

Here you can find all the latest news about the Colonsay Estate, the hotel, our properties and island life.


October Food and Drink Festival 2019

The 9th Colonsay FOOD and DRINK Festival will run from 9th October for 2 weeks. We have celebrity experts demonstrating, presenting and tasting. This year we featured Pru Irvine (cookery writer and teacher), Charlotte Flower (extraordinary chocolatier), Christopher Trotter (presenter and author), Alison Henderson (renowned chef and baker) and Fiona Misselbrook (fabulous cookery teacher) to forage, cook and learn to make bread!

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House for sale or rent

7.10.18

House for sale in spectacular position with uninterrupted sea views towards Jura.

Semi detached, 2 bedrooms, sitting room, bathroom and kitchen downstairs. In need of refurbishment. Offers over £180000.

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FESTIVAL OF SPRING 2019

26th October 2015

Following the huge success of our Festival of Spring, we are delighted to announce that Colonsay is hosting its 9th Festival of Spring from 29th April to 19th May 2019. See the 2018 programme href="http://www.colonsayspringfest.co.uk">"www.colonsayevents.co.uk"

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Colonsay Book Festival 2019

21st January 2018

Now in its 7th year, the Colonsay Book Festival will be held on the weekend of 27th and 28th April 2019. It is the smallest and most remote literary festival in the UK but it attracts authors with huge reputations.

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special offers

Low occupancy discount of up to 30% (not July or August).

special offers

Low occupancy discount of up to 30% (not July or August).

special offers

Low occupancy discount of up to 30% (not July or August). 15% off all bookings from Easter to 30th June.

special offers

Low occupancy discount of up to 30% (not July or August).

special offers

Low occupancy discount of up to 30% (not July or August).

featured property

Baleromindubh Farmhouse

Victorian farmhouse situated at the end of a mile-long rough track on the eastern side of the Island. The only house with 180 degree sea views across to Jura. A very comfortable house for 2/3 families.

featured property

Scalasaig Farmhouse

Traditional farmhouse recently renovated with oil fired central heating. Close to the hotel, down a short track - the shop and harbour are just a 10 min walk away. South facing, in an open sunny position, with extensive countryside views.

featured property

Tobaroran

The house is situated close to the harbour with wonderful views toward Jura and Islay and has a large garden enclosed by a low drystone wall. It has Wifi. AVAILABLE FOR SHORT BREAKS.

featured property

Harbour

Delightful white painted stone cottage located at the Colonsay harbour with sea views from the upstairs bedrooms. Free WIFI.

featured property

Sgreadan Cottage

This stone cottage has wonderful views over Loch Fada and is set back about 100m above the road up a short track. AVAILABLE FOR SHORT BREAKS AND ANY DAY CHANGEOVER.

latest news

October Food and Drink Festival 2019

The 9th Colonsay FOOD and DRINK Festival will run from 9th October for 2 weeks. We have celebrity experts demonstrating, presenting and tasting. This year we featured Pru Irvine (cookery writer and teacher), Charlotte Flower (extraordinary chocolatier), Christopher Trotter (presenter and author), Alison Henderson (renowned chef and baker) and Fiona Misselbrook (fabulous cookery teacher) to forage, cook and learn to make bread!

latest news

House for sale or rent

House for sale in spectacular position with uninterrupted sea views towards Jura. Semi detached, 2 bedrooms, sitting room, bathroom and kitchen downstairs. In need of refurbishment. Offers over £180000.

latest news

FESTIVAL OF SPRING 2019

Following the huge success of our Festival of Spring, we are delighted to announce that Colonsay is hosting its 9th Festival of Spring from 29th April to 19th May 2019. See the 2018 programme "www.colonsayevents.co.uk"

latest news

Colonsay Book Festival 2019

Now in its 7th year, the Colonsay Book Festival will be held on the weekend of 27th and 28th April 2019. It is the smallest and most remote literary festival in the UK but it attracts authors with huge reputations.