Arinagour, Coll, Argyll & the Isles, West Scotland
Coll’s attractions include a friendly hotel, beaches, bird life, fishing, interesting flora, golf and opportunities for walking. There is a craft shop as well as the island stores and a fuel station. Cycling is popular, there being no huge hills, and the experience can be very pleasant but beware that the wind can be equally taxing when it blows against you. Using a bicycle means you can take a circular route around the west end of Coll making use of the sandy track that goes to Hough Bay, a track closed to vehicles.
The hotel has a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, and is appointed to a high standard, with six en-suite rooms, and an excellent reputation for fine lunches and dinners, whether in the bar or in the Gannet Restaurant.
Facilities include: Harbour Master, Visitor Moorings, Anchorage, Mooring Fee Payable, Fresh Water , Petrol by can, Gas, Wi-Fi , Provisions Store, Rubbish Disposal, Laundrette, Toilets, Showers, Bar, Restaurant, Post Office.
Hotel with good food and accommodation. Coll is known for its sandy beaches, for its corncrakes and for Breachacha Castle. There are lots of outdoor activities to enjoy on Coll including golf, swimming, surfing and body boarding. There is also a campsite in the area.