Coll Hotel offers superb accommodation in Arinagour on the Isle of Coll. Our hotel in Argyll is the perfect place to escape to from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
Our hotel offers a range of tastefully furnished bedrooms to choose from. Most of the rooms enjoy glorious views down the bay to the Treshnish Isles, Mull, Staffa, Iona and Jura. All the bedrooms are en suite and come with luxurious beds, a flat screen TV with Freeview and a goodie basket containing homemade biscuits & tablet, mineral water & tissues.
Guest staying at our hotel will enjoy complimentary coffee and afternoon tea, ferry collection, Sea kelp bathroom amenities, a dedicated dinner table and beach towels, buckets and spades. All our rates include a full Scottish breakfast.
Our wonderful restaurant offers delicious, freshly caught seafood. You can savour locally caught lobsters, crabs, langoustines, squat lobsters and scallops. Locally grown seasonal vegetables and salads are also available. All of our loaves, rolls, burger buns, GF foccacia, spaghetti, desserts & most of our ice cream are made at the hotel. The dining room boasts glorious views over the garden and sea. We are the only pub on the Isle of Coll and offer a variety of beverages, including award winning real ale and Haus Lager brewed by Fyne Ales from Cairndow.
The island of Coll in the Inner Hebrides has been awarded the status of Dark Sky Community by the International Dark sky Association, making it one of only two dark sky places in Scotland, and 22nd worldwide. We truly are the perfect place to stargaze while the stars are shining. A range of great attractions are in Argyll:
Special winter offers are available – please see website for further details.
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Rates: From £80 per person per night based on a single.
From £135 to £165 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children are welcome.
Off street parking.
3 Star Visit Scotland.
Awarded ‘Scottish Island Hotel of the Year’ two years running by Hotel Review Scotland.
Flavour of Scotland Thistle Award.