The Isle of Gigha is situated just off Kintrye and is the most southerly Hebridean Island. It is a unique island, lush and green with clear blue-green seas and white sands. On a sunny day in summer it can feel Caribbean.
Just seven miles long, with one main road and many walking tracks there is a relaxed pace of life. It may be small but Gigha is packed with things to do and see. You can find out more about Gigha here:
To get to Gigha by car you drive the A83 to Tayinloan and can either leave your car there, or bring it over on the ferry. The ferry runs every hour and only takes 20 minutes.
Public transport options include the bus from Glasgow To Campbeltown:
Or the twice daily flights between Glasgow and Campbeltown:
Once on Gigha, we have a well stocked local shop and a cafe. In summer months you can eat at the Michelin listed Boathouse restaurant or The Nook seafood takeaway. You must book the Boathouse. At the moment (2023 and possibly through 2024) the hotel is closed.
But most of all we have beautiful views and walks, peace and quiet and wide open skies.