Tuesday, 7 July 2015

www.theholidaycottages.co.uk/Argyll/8715 Glenegedale Self Catering Port Ellen, Isle of Islay, Argyll, Bute & The Islands

Glenegedale Self Catering Accommodation in The Isle of Islay offers the visitor a peaceful and relaxing holiday with miles of beautiful beaches, magnificant bays on Islay's Atlantic west coast, stunning views and picturesque villages like Port Charlotte, Portnahaven and Port Ellen.
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Glenegedale Self Catering Port Ellen, Isle of Islay, Argyll, Bute & The Islands (Sleeps 8)
Pony Trekking, fresh and salt water angling, shooting and stalking are all available, while walking and cycling are ideal and practical ways to explore the island.
There is the famous golf links at Machrie, where visitors are welcome. Below the seas surrounding Islay lie many wrecks which provide interesting dives for the experienced diver. Islay is renowned for its huge variety of birds and wildlife and is home to the RSPB at Loch Gruinart which includes a worthy visitors centre. There are many rare winged visitors to Islay including barnacle geese in the winter time, chough and corncrake.

In Bowmore, the island's main centre, the Mactaggart Leisure Centre comprises a superb swimming pool, sauna and fitness gym open each week from Tuesday to Sunday. Adjacent is Morrisons Bowmore Distillery, one of the eight working distilleries on Islay and welcoming visitors for a tour and dram. Within walking distance from Port Ellen are Ardbeg, Lagavulin and Laphroaig Distillery. Bowmore famous Round Church stands at the top of Main Street, overlooking the village.

Kildalton CrossThe historical significance of Islay cannot be over emphasised. It is from Finlaggan, the cradle of the Clan Donald, that much of Argyll was ruled by the Lords of the Isles. Here, in the ancient burial ground is the grave of Robert the Bruce's grand-daughter, and there is a seasonal visitors' cottage on-site. Religion played a major part in Islay's history, with many carved stones, including the Kildalton Cross.
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