Fall in love with the Hebridean Isle of Coll. You will discover it has a charm unlike any other Scottish island. From the tranquility of the seemingly endless summer days to the wilds of winter, the Isle of Coll invites you to make the most of your island adventure.

Leave the everyday behind and discover your own private paradise. Whether you coming to Coll on holiday or for business, there is time enough to explore.  From corncrakes to crannogs, beaches to basking sharks, stargazing to seafood, Coll’s offerings are vibrant and varied. But take care, once you fall in love with this idyllic isle, its impossible to let go…

Feall Bay, Isle of Coll
Bloody Cranesbill, Isle of Coll
Isle of Coll Dark Skies
Events on Isle of Coll


Getting to Coll



During the summer months, Coll is serviced daily by a Caledonian Macbrayne ferry from Oban. The scenic journey up the sound of Mull takes approximately two hours and 40 minutes.

Younger passengers will be treated to a sight of Tobermory, home of Balamory on the way and if you are lucky you may also see basking sharks, porpoises or dolphins.

During the winter months, the ferry service sails every day, except Wednesdays and Fridays.

Please visit Caledonian Macbrayne for further information…


A popular way to visit Coll is to sail and we welcome many visiting yachts throughout the summer. There are 12 moorings in the shelter of Arinagour bay which are owned by Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd. The charge is £12 per night payable at the Hotel or in an Honesty Box on the middle pier.



Coll has a small airport in the west end of the island, approximately five miles from the hotel.

The plane service flies from Connel, near Oban and takes about 25 minutes. You can also fly from Coll to Tiree.

Please visit Hebridean Air Services for timetables, information and to make an online booking.

If you need collecting from the airport, please let us know and we can arrange a taxi for you.


The Hotel has its own helipad in the garden where visitors can drop in for lunch. Please phone ahead so we can ensure a safe landing.