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Two beautifully crafted turf-roofed lodges each set in their own private space on the beautiful Oa peninsula offer a 5-star guest experience in an extraordinary setting. Complete with stylish, spacious interiors, sauna and cedar hot tub, a Coillabus Lodge will make very special base for your honeymoon, romantic getaway, relaxing island holiday or celebration.
Two super king size bedrooms each en suite with walk in showers and double ended baths. You'll love our fair trade organic linen and towels and the supremely comfortable Hypnos beds made up with goose down pillows and platinum wool duvets.
Our stylish interiors include heated Caithness flagstone floors, a wood burning stove and a curved Fama Sofa. Soft furnishings in our own tweed from the Islay Woollen Mill and timeless classics such as Ercol furniture add to the wow factor. And did we mention the sauna and the cedar hot tub?
American fridge freezer, electric range cooker, dishwasher, ashing machine and tumble drier.
Book both lodges together for up to 8 guests. Chef service , chilled meals and spa treatments available.
Owner Hester Ross has built the new lodges on the family hill farm at Coillabus which is still farmed by her father Alistair.
Our family have farmed Coillabus for generations and the Lodges are part of this continuing legacy.
Coillabus on the Oa Peninsula offers guests a quite extraordinary experience. Rugged, romantic and remote - this is a place where you will connect with the land, the wildlife, friends and family and your own self.
The lodges are open all year round including the winter months. Say goodbye to the drafty holiday let experience and enjoy watching everchanging views from the wide galleried windows - while staying cosy in your warm and stylish island getaway.
Coillabus Lodges enjoy their own secluded spot on the romantic Oa Peninsula with long views over heather and sea to Glenastle Lochs, Kintyre, Ireland and other areas of Islay. Our guests can enjoy excellent low level walks and fly fishing on the nearby lochs. Coillabus borders an RSPB nature reserve and has its own resident Golden Eagles and rare chough. Red deer often visit. Islay's iconic East Coast single malt distilleries - Laphroaig, Lagavulin and Ardbeg are within a 10-15 minute drive and offer tours and visitor centres. The other distilleries including Bowmore, Bruichladdich Kilchoman and Caolila are between 20 minutes and an hour away. Guests can enjoy visits to our renowned Islay Woollen Mill famous for making the tweed for films such as Braveheart. Islay boasts miles and miles of wonderful unspoilt sandy beaches.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
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Prices shown are for couples
Low season 7 night stays November to March excluding Festive Season
£995 per week two person parties; £1050 3-4 guests.
High season 7 night stays April to October
£1700 -£1800 per week for 2 guests
A deposit of 25% secures your booking and the balance is payable 8 weeks before arrival. Prices include VAT and are for exclusive use of one dwelling sleeping 1-4 guests. Flexible start dates may be available according to availability. Payment can be by electronic bank transfer (BACS) or sterling cheque. We can also accept payment by Paypal.
In the event of cancellation after payment of the balance we will undertake to refund your payment minus an admin fee and the cost of any discounts or advertising only if we can relet your lodge.
In the event of a cancellation more than 8 weeks prior to arrival, the deposit payment is forfeit if the property cannot be relet.
In the event of a cancellation less than 8 weeks prior to arrival the full payment will be forfeit if the property cannot be relet.
We strongly advise guests to take out adequate travel insurance
Payment by credit card via Paypal, bak transfer or cheque. 25% deposit secures booking and balance due 8 weeks before arrival
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