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Isle of Coll Coll lies in the inner Hebrides 10 miles west of Mull and the Treshnish Isles, and is reached by ferry from Oban. It is low lying, with a landscape of sandy beaches, dunes and peat bog, freshwater lochs and rock. Looking in a westerly direction on a clear day gives a 60 mile (or greater) panorama of the Hebridean islands. The Isle of Coll is a stunning wild retreat blessed with a wealth of flora and fauna. Its summer carpet of wild flowers is simply awesome. Also look out for Basking Sharks, sea birds and migrants like the rare Corncrake.

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Wild camping for tents on the hill behind the Coll Hotel offers an old fashioned experience (which is becoming rarer by the year) where you can camp completely amongst nature with no frills or cost. There are no facilities and you are expected to look after your site. The...

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Garden House

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Small, isolated, well sheltered campsite to the west end of the island, surrounded by the RSPB reserve. The walled garden is listed by Historic Scotland for its historic value.

Why not try Bed and Breakfasts in this area...