The white-washed cottages of Arinagour greet you as you arrive. Walk on the secluded beaches, marvel at the wildlife, and enjoy a dram or two in the friendly Coll Hotel.
There are many cozy self-catering properties with lovely views or experience the warmest of welcomes and local food at the award-winning Tigh Na Mara guesthouse.
Good to know before you go; Before heading to the Isle of Coll, it's important to know that there is only one shop that sells basic provisions and local gin. There are three places to eat out on the island, but their opening days and times vary, so it's best to check and book in advance. These places are Coll Hotel, Tigh Na Mara Guesthouse, and the Island Cafe. While there is a petrol station available, there is no public transportation. You can explore the island using pedal power by renting a bike from the Post Office or borrowing one from your accommodation. The stunning beaches are usually a 5-10 minute walk from the nearest car park. Boat trips are also available from Coll and neighbouring Tiree, but with limited availability, it's recommended to book in advance.