Tramway Cottage offers you self catering holiday cottage accommodation on the isle of Seil near Oban. The Cottage is comfortable and spacious, with three bedrooms, and will sleep six or seven guests. It is situated in the beautiful conservation village of Ellenabeich, which is perched dramatically on the edge of the Scottish mainland. There are outstanding views to Easdale Island and of the west coast and the inner Hebridean Islands of Mull, Luing and Scarba.

Accommodation

Accommodation

No 7 is a deceptively large four star self catering cottage, perfect for 6 guests. The accommodation includes three separate bedrooms, two lounge areas, a dining conservatory and an additional toilet/shower room.

Things to Do and See on Seil

Things to Do and See on Seil

You are surrounded by the sea, so why not take a boat trip? You can explore the surrounding waters on SeaFari’s fast RIBs or with Sealife Adventures, or simply take the passenger ferry to Easdale or the car ferry to Luing.

A Brief Journey Through Seil

A Brief Journey Through Seil

Arriving on Seil you can watch the tide rushing under the famous Bridge Over The Atlantic as you enjoy a refreshment outside the pub, the Tigh an Truish. From here there is a beautiful walk over to Puilladobhrain (‘Pool of the Otters’)

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Ellenabeich village with its narrow streets of former slate workers cottages enjoys spectacular views out to sea. The historic Island of Easdale is only a few minutes crossing by ferry and Oban, the gateway to the Western Isles, is only 20 minutes by road via the famous 'Bridge over the Atlantic' that connects the Isle of Seil to the rest of Scotland.

Tramway cottages, nestled in the village yet enjoying outstanding sea views, is the ideal self-catering base to explore all that Argyll and the West Highlands have to offer. Whether staying for a week's holiday or just taking a short break it is a perfect environment to relax and unwind in and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this very special place.

The cottage itself is deceptively spacious. It is a three bedroomed cottage with accommodation on two levels including two sitting rooms, downstairs bathroom with shower and upstairs shower and toilet, fully fitted kitchen and a dining conservatory giving ample living space for six or seven guests.

This beautiful holiday cottage has been furnished to a very high standard includes wi-fi, smart an extensive DVD selection for any rainy days and holds a 4-Star rating by Visit Scotland.

Well behaved dogs are allowed (please do not allow them on furnishings) and the village itself has a dog friendly pub which offers meals and a selection of Scottish Ales.