On Saturday, 08 Feb 2020
Bungalow was very comfortable with wonderful views through a panoramic glass frontage in the lounge opening on to a large decking. Kitchen was spacious and well equipped and led on to the dining room with yet another tremendous view out to sea. All beds were clean and comfortable as was the whole house. Although it was the stormiest days of the year we were lovely and warm with a great central heating system and open fire. There were three of us on the holiday but the house was certainly spacious enough for more family or friends.
Seil Island itself was fascinating and the local hotel provided very good food.
On Tuesday, 16 Apr 2019
We had a week at Isle of Seil at the cottage. The pre-information was well laid out, welcoming and in good time. The cottage let no one from my party of four. An 18 year old up to revise, my wife and I and 87 year mother in law. Oh, and a Border terrier. The cottage itself has a warm feel with an excellent family room - everyone agreed, indeed my wife now has the dimensions for our next house. A neat dining room off the well proportioned kitchen and three bedrooms all good size with en suite in one and easy access to bathroom from the others. Ideally positioned for the week we visited Easdale twice, with lunch and drinks at the Oyster bar and my daughter and I travelled down - 10 minutes from the cottage, to see the most glorious sunset over Mull. Good walking on the hills local on Isle of Seil when we left Mother in. Law for a couple of hours reading her book. Visits through the week to Mull. Loch Awe, Avich and Etive and lunches at Kilmelford, Poppies at Connell and Duart castle on Mull. Thorough;y recommend this property - great place to chill and see the west highlands.