Holiday on Seil
Ardara Holiday Cottage at Clachan Seil
Dolphin Charters diving parties, underwater photography, charters operate from the pier Telephone: 01852 300203
Easdale Seafoods a small modern processing plant that prepares and packs locally caught langoustine mainly for the export market, are on the right as you go through the village. Telephone: 01852 300295
Seil Island Golf Course with views over Seil Sound and Balvicar Bay. This developing 9 hole course is described as 'challenging' and uses natural water hazards. Tickets available from the caravan at the car park
Turn right at Balvicar crossroads and travel a further 2 miles to
Kilbrandon Church There have been 7 churches on Seil The sites of which you can explore. Kilbrandon with its famous stained glass windows sits about halfway between the Balvicker Crossroads and Cuan
Cuan: To the south of the Island lies Cuan. It is the home of the Ferry, which will take you over the sound to Ling. Cuan is a pleasant place to watch the ferry or passing boats negotiate the the tidal race of the Cuan Sound. You might enjoy fishing from the rocks or take a walk round the shore by the way of the Brentfords towards Ellenabeich (Easdale).
Ellenabiech the main village on Seil,(often mistakenly called Easdale) it is about 4 miles down the road from Innish. The majority of the houses are quaint old quarriers cottages. The village has been used for various film and TV locations, including 'PARAHANDY' and 'RING OF BRIGHT WATER'.
A Heritage center has been opened in one of the cottages giving the visitor and local alike a brief but interesting history of the area.
McSplinters and Others shop with the Post Office.
Highland Arts Studios a tourist emporium with a twelve hole Putting Green overlooking the harbour from where a small passenger ferry will take you over to the island of Easdale on a five minute trip back in time.
Restaurant / Cafe mainly sea foods.
Seafari High seas, high adventure, will take the more intrepid on a trip around the islands and through the Gulf of Corryvreckan (one of the largest whirlpools in the world) leaving from Easdale Pier
These peaceful sheltered gardens are well worth a visit at any time of year but are particularly spectacular during the Rhododendron season.
For more information visit the Seil Island Community web site. Click here
Visit an Ancient carved seat near Loch Dubh and the view point on Brendan’s Seat