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An Cala self catering cottage

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Fully equipped three bedroom house on the sea front with lounge, spacious dining kitchen, TV and free Wifi.
please note that the minimum let is for seven nights starting on a Saturday.

Boligen
An Cala meaning 'the haven' in Scottish Gaelic, is a three-bedroomed house which accommodates six people in the beautiful conservation village of Port Charlotte on the shores of Loch Indaal in the Rhinns of Islay
With clear sea views towards the south-east, An Cala is the perfect holiday retreat for families, birdwatchers, artists and anyone who enjoys stunning tranquil landscapes with the constantly changing visual drama of light on water.

An Cala self-catering holiday cottage sits very near the sea shore in Port Charlotte, on Islay's sheltered Loch Indaal. With its open sea views, fresh air and the constant gentle sound of waves lapping the shore, a holiday spent at An Cala is the perfect antidote to an often rushed and noisy world.
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The pace of life in Islay is gentle, and the friendly, whitewashed Georgian village of Port Charlotte is a perfect base for your holiday, close to stunning and often deserted beaches, to Islay's eight distinctive Scotch whisky distilleries and to many of the island's fascinating historic and archaeological sites. An Cala sits right on the sea front near Port Charlotte's small pier and sandy beach. With luck, from the kitchen window you may spot seals, dolphins, otters and some of the wide range of sea birds for which Islay is famous.

Gæsteadgang
Getting To Islay:



There is a regular daily air service to Islay from Glasgow Airport, provided by Flybe/Loganair.

For enquiries or bookings, see Flybe’s website or phone Islay Airport on 01496 302022.

To book a through journey via London or other UK airports, www.ba.com can be used.





Caledonian MacBrayne ferries make several crossings daily to Islay from Kennacraig ferry terminal on the Mull of Kintyre. Arrival in Islay will be at either Port Ellen or Port Askaig. Both ports are equally suitable for reaching An Cala.

For sailing timetables see CalMac Timetables. Booking is essential if you are bringing your car. For enquiries phone Port Ellen 01496 302209 or Kennacraig 01880 730253



Citylink coaches leave from Glasgow’s Buchanan Street Bus Terminal, connecting with ferry departures from Kennacraig. The Glasgow-Campbeltown bus stops right at the Kennacraig ferry terminal. For timetables see Citylink Timetables.

For further information please contact Fergus



Getting to An Cala:
An Cala self-catering holiday cottage sits very near the sea shore in Port Charlotte, on Islay’s sheltered Loch Indaal. With its open sea views, fresh air and the constant gentle sound of waves lapping the shore, a holiday spent at An Cala is the perfect antidote to an often rushed and noisy world.

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An Cala is a traditional Islay cottage on two floors, providing guests with a quietly stylish base for your exploration of the many pleasures of the Isle of Islay.

Downstairs is a spacious, comfortable sitting room with an open fire, television, a piano and lots of books and art for visitors to enjoy.





An Cala has an equally spacious kitchen/dining room which is the hub of the house and home of the oil-fired Esse range. The range provides constant hot water and runs the heating radiators. The Esse requires no attention whatsoever, and guests are welcome to cook on its hob and use the oven. There is also an electric cooker with fan oven and grill, and a microwave, dishwasher and washing machine.

For visitors who don’t wish to cook at all, the Port Charlotte Hotel or the Loch Indaal Hotel, both merely a short walk along the road from An Cala, offer excellent alternatives for lunches, bar meals, dinners or a bolthole for a quick dram!



Upstairs, the accommodation comprises three bedrooms; two double bedrooms, a family bathroom, and one bedroom with twin beds and an en-suite bathroom, sleeping six people in total. Two of the bedrooms look out over the sea, and settling to sleep with the sounds of the sea is one of many pleasant features of the An Cala experience. There is also a bathroom upstairs which boasts a long deep bath and electric shower.

There is free wifi available at An Cala.

Pets are welcome at An Cala by prior arrangement.
Fully equipped three bedroom house on the sea front with lounge, spacious dining kitchen, TV and free Wifi.
please note that the minimum let is for seven nights starting on a Saturday.

Boligen
An Cala meaning 'the haven' in Scottish Gaelic, is a three-bedroomed house which accommodates six people in the beautiful conservation village of Port Charlotte on the shores of Loch Indaal in the Rh…

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Port Charlotte, Argyll and Bute, Storbritannien

Coming to An Cala at any time of year, bring your cameras, binoculars and a good range of warm and waterproof clothing. Islay is warmed by the Gulf Stream but can get frosty, and it can sometimes be very wet and windy. Good stout walking shoes are a must. Swimming in the sea is a possibility in the clear waters of Loch Indaal on the Port Charlotte shore, or visit the Mactaggart Leisure Centre in Bowmore where the pool, gym and sauna are open to the public. Bring your bikes, or hire them in Port Charlotte.

Shopping
Port Charlotte has one shop with Post Office, which also supplies petrol and diesel. The shop sells basic foodstuffs, milk and newspapers. Debbie’s Mini Market in Bruichladdich is also a Post Office, and has the usual plus wholefoods, organics and a cafe with excellent coffee.

Bowmore, the island’s main village, has a Co-operative store, chemist and craft and gift shops. If you have specific health requirements, you may wish to bring specialised items with you.

Bus and postbuses timetable leaflets are available from the Tourist Information in Bowmore or the Port Charlotte shop. Bicycle hire is available in Port Charlotte and Bowmore. If you come to Islay by car, parking is free in all parts of the island and you can park safely right outside An Cala.



Entertainment
Islay’s night life centres around the pubs where there are often live music sessions, and the island’s viillage halls where ceilidhs, concerts and other entertainments are held most weekends. Bring your singing voice, dancing shoes, guitar or fiddle! See our What’s On page for information on festivals and events in Islay. There are good restaurants for evening meals in hotels within all the villages. Best to book dinners in advance.





Distilleries
All of Islay’s world famous distilleries are within easy reach of An Cala. Bruichladdich is the closest and a mere five minute drive from Port Charlotte. Islay’s newest distillery –Kilchoman – is a further 10 minute drive beyond Bruichladdich.

All of the Distilleries run guided tours and tastings. The Tourist Information Office in Bowmore (0)1496 810 254 can provide further detail of distillery tours or you can check out times on the individual distillery websites.
Coming to An Cala at any time of year, bring your cameras, binoculars and a good range of warm and waterproof clothing. Islay is warmed by the Gulf Stream but can get frosty, and it can sometimes be very wet an…

Vært: Charles And Fergus

Tilmeldte sig i september 2013
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Charles and his partner Fergus look forward to welcoming airbnb guests to their homes. Kelvin Drive in the West End of Glasgow or Braeside, their delightful holiday house on the Island of Jura For summer holidays. They also share Kelvin Drive with their lovely 'labradoodle' dog, Bailey and young Cockapoo, Jura. and two cats - they are adorable so to stay in Kelvin Drive you must like dogs and cats!) Charles' interests are keeping fit and active by swimming, walking, skiing, sailing. I enjoy the theatre, Gaelic culture and Scottish Country music and dancing. I also like classical music and 'golden oldies' so listen to Classic, Smooth and Gold radio stations. Fergus majors on Gaelic singing! They are knowledgeable about Glasgow, Jura and Scotland and happy to help guests organise their travel and site seeing. Their own holidays are spent between Braeside on the island of Jura off the west coast of Scotland, Playa del Ingles in Gran Canaria, skiing in the Alps with occasional forays to European capital cities. Their French is reasonable, German rather basic and a few words of Spanish and Italian. We look forward to welcoming airbnb guests whether in Glasgow for pleasure, study or work - in Islay or on the remote and beautiful Isle of Jura.
Charles and his partner Fergus look forward to welcoming airbnb guests to their homes. Kelvin Drive in the West End of Glasgow or Braeside, their delightful holiday house on the Is…
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