Visit Scotland and come and stay at Innish for bed and breakfast or self-catering accommodation beside the famous Bridge over the Altantic
on Seil Island near Oban in Argyll
INNISH
Clachan Bridge
Isle of Seil
Argyll
Scotland
PA34 4QZ
+44 ( 0 ) 1852 300423
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When in Argyll cross
THE BRIDGE OVER THE ATLANTIC
to Seil Island where you will find Innish offering bed and breakfast or self-catering accommodation overlooking the Sounds of Clachan and Seil. Twelve and a half miles south west of the ferry and fishing port of Oban cross the Atlantic Bridge (built circa 1792) where you enter another more relaxed world of an island community, but with the advantage of a bridge connection to the mainland of
ARGYLL
on the beautiful
   WEST COAST OF SCOTLAND.
 


 

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INNISH is situated beside Clachan Bridge, on the Isle of Seil.
"The Bridge over the Atlantic Ocean"

Come to
Seil Island
and:-

Relax

Walk

Play Golf

Visit Argyll's
Gardens

Be Lazy

Or Go:

Bird Watching

Sea Angling
or
Fishing

Cycling

Hill Walking

Sailing / Boat Trips

Or use as a base to

Explore and tour the Area

INNISH
Run by Irene Breslin (who's husband Mike is allowed to cut the grass) Innish is first house you come to on the Island of Seil, our entrance is the first on the right as you cross over the Atlantic Bridge, which also forms part of the old garden boundary.

THE ISLE OF SEIL is a place of outstanding natural beauty and tranquility where you can do as much or as little as you please.

An abundance of wild life in the area, (eagles, buzzards, kestrels, otters, deer, badgers, etc.) and a friendly local community, makes it an ideal place to get away from the bustle of city life and unwind.

There is a nine hole golf course on the island, boat trips, charters, kyaking, diving and numerous walks.
During the season you can eat at the famous Tigh an Truish Inn next door to Innish, at the Puffer Bar on Easdale island
or the Oyster Bar at the other end of Seil.
With an excellent local Store at Balvicar, plus several shops on the island, you will not have to travel far to find a place to eat out or find something to do or explore
.

 

Seil Island, being the most accessible of the Slate Islands of the Nether Lorn area of Argyll and possibly the innermost of the Inner Hebrides, makes Innish an ideal base for touring and exploring the nearby islands and this beautiful part of the West Highlands and Islands of Scotland
Oban Lifeboat heading north through 'Atlantic Bridge'

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