This luxurious accommodation is situated in the heart of the picturesque conservation village of Port Charlotte on the Isle of Islay - The Queen of the Hebrides.
Islay is a place in which to relax, revive and refresh yourself, and on our - Port Charlotte - page you can find some spectacular pictures of this part of the island.
Built in 1830, Port Charlotte Hall was once the village school and subsequently the Village Hall. It has now been sympathetically restored and transformed to provide - three separate holiday apartments - with enclosed private gardens to the rear of the building, they are:
Adjacent to the hall are - two holiday cottages - recently built, in the traditional white-walled exterior style that will be familiar to all visitors to the Isle of Islay. The cottages:
Port Charlotte is a perfect base from which to explore Islay, and this accommodation is only a few minutes walk from a safe, sandy beach, The Museum of Islay Life, The Wildlife Centre, and a superb play park with playing fields overlooking the picturesque Loch Indaal.
The - location - is near The Port Charlotte Hotel, an award winning restaurant and bar offering local produce, a wide selection of local malt whiskies and live music.
Also within walking distance is the Local Post Office and Shop, and The Croft Kitchen Cafe and Restaurant where you can find freshly brewed coffee and home baking. The Port Mor Community Centre has a popular cafe/restaurant and The Lochindaal Hotel is a lively, friendly pub.
Port Charlotte Holidays properties are conveniently situated for the - local attractions on Islay - and visits to the Bruichladdich Distillery (1.5 miles) or Kilchoman Distillery (7 miles).