Pros: Restaurant was ok but could/should have been much better.However table service was good.
Cons: Seemed to be lacking Scottish welcoming hospitality.The majority of the staff were eastern eurapean?Hard working but not locals!
Pros: Wonderful location and a great place to stay. Relaxing in great place.
Pros: Comfortable room and good breakfasts. More fresh fruit would have been appreciated. Staff were all very friendly.
Pros: Lovely hotel staff very hard working check in so quick and easy
Pros: Very comfortable friendly quiet hotel with bar dining room views tables in the garden. Great beekeeping course. Lots of stunning sandy beaches and beautiful unspoilt scenery for walks. Ancient ...
Cons: All great.
Pros: Fun quiz night. Comfortable and peaceful room. Helpful staff. Good coffee. Lovely fires and lounges to sit in. Beautiful views.
Cons: Poor wifi. A folder of info about the island would be good including suggested walks, history etc. More games and activities for wet days and some books with a Scottish focus (definitely the Scottish ...
Pros: Fourth visit. We love it
Pros: Very friendly and helpful staff.
Cons: It was all good.
Pros: Colonsay is a small island in the Scottish Inner Hebrides with a tiny population so it is very quiet. A visit is like leaving the world behind - wonderful.
Cons: Being a solo traveller I enjoy watching television in the evenings but there wasn't a TV in my £70 per night room and, even worse, the only TV available was in the noisy bar. The breakfast ...
Built in 1750, The Colonsay Hotel features scenic views over the sea to the neighbouring island of Jura. Free parking is provided on site, and the property features a garden, terrace and library. A private bathroom, TV and tea & coffee making facilities are featured each room at The Colonsay. Open fires, painted floorboards and deep sofas are on offer in the bar, library and restaurant, where guests are free to relax. Local Scottish produce is used to create the hearty meals featured on the seasonal menus. Highlights include Colonsay shellfish, Scottish lamb and freshly baked bread. Live music from local musicians is often featured in the bar, as well as quiz nights and a kids DVD night. Art exhibitions and golf competitions can be enjoyed on the island throughout the year.