Excellent bed and breakfast accommodation on the Isle of Iona
The Isle of Iona – home to the birth of Christianity and Scotland. An earthly paradise, often described as the nearest thing to heaven on earth.
Iona is thought to be the first Christian site in Scotland. As such, this tiny island (1 mile wide, 3.5 miles long), now in the care of the National Trust for Scotland, is very popular with pilgrims and the thousands of tourists who come to visit the Abbey in the summer months.
If you want to feel its magic, the best time to be on Iona is either early in the morning or in the evening to avoid the hundreds of day-trippers who pour off the ferry every day. If the area around the Abbey gets too busy for you, then find one of Iona's sandy beaches and relax. The south and western parts of the island are not so well visited, but well worth seeing.
For groups of up to 10 people, Ardbeg self catering could be another option. Avaialable to rent from stays of 3 days or more.
Get the local Iona weather forecast
For the latest weather forecast and conditions for Iona, visit uk.weather.yahoo.com This excellent lona weather resource includes an extended 10 day forecast. Surfers can get the latest tide times on www.tidetimes.org.uk
On Line Booking Terms and Conditions
To secure a booking a non-refundable deposit equal to the first nights stay is required. The deposit can be transferred to another booking if you need to cancel. The card information is delivered securely to our office where it will be processed.