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Sgioba Cottage - Seaside holiday accommodation in Port Charlotte, Islay.

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Welcome to the Sgioba Cottage holiday accommodation website.

When you spend your holiday on Islay you will be assured of ‘Ceud Mile failte’ – a hundred thousand welcomes!

Sgioba Cottage is perfectly situated for your holiday within the charming village of Port Charlotte, which has been classed as an outstanding conservation area. The cottage opens onto a pleasant garden adjoining a safe sand beach which is perfect for swimming or boating.

The interior has a bright and welcoming atmosphere in warm colours and natural pine timbers. Sgioba cottage has been graded by the Scottish Tourist Board for the high standard of its facilities and appearance/ it has a well equipped kitchen, night storage central heating, colour television and is carpeted throughout for comfort.

A Line is provided but guests are asked to bring their own towels. Electricity is metered and charged accordingly.

Comments from Sgioba Cottage visitor’s book.

Very cosy cottage for two young people. Islay sessions well worth coming for and wonderful walking.

Guests from BirminghamNovember 2013

A wonderful cottage, loved the balcony and garden, great weather, lovely hosts, love Islay, will be back.

Guests from GlasgowJuly 2013

That was our 2nd father and son whisky tour of Islay.. and sure not to be our last! Thank you very much that we were welcomed to stay at that lovely cottage!

Guests from GermanyMay 2013

Delightful place – a genuine ‘home from home’. Excellent weather while the rest of the UK was flooded.

Guests from North YorkshireJune 2012

Lovely, clean, comfortable cottage & beautiful beaches, a few scorching days!

Guests from MilngavieJune 2012

Poor weather but this did not spoil the island or the cottage. After years of trying finally got to see the mythical Corncrake – Happy days, can’t wait to come back.

Guests from NorthumberlandMay 2012

Isle of Islay

Sgioba Cottage is located on the Scottish Island of Islay that is part of the southern Hebrides and is inhabited by 3,228 people (census 2011). The Isle of Islay is also called Queen of the Hebrides. With 8 working whisky distilleries, the stunning scenery, amazing wildlife and all the friendly people, Islay is a five star holiday destination.

The Isle of Islay is the southernmost island of the Inner Southern Hebrides of Scotland and lies in Argyll and Bute. The Isle of Jura, the Kintyre peninsula and Northern Ireland are Islay’s neighbors. The correct pronunciation for Islay; is Eye-la.