A unique eco-friendly holiday on a private Hebridean island. The Island of Shuna.
Shuna is approximately three miles long and one and a half miles wide, covering an area of over 1,000 acres. The island is 20 miles south of the Hebridean tourist hub of Oban, known as "The Gateway to the Isles." The boat trip to Shuna from the mainland pier at Arduaine takes around 20 minutes. Shuna has just five holiday cottages so you often feel as if you have the whole island to yourself. Visitors are free to explore without restriction. Sheep are farmed on the island, which remains a working estate and visitors are welcome to join in with the farming activities when appropriate. The main architectural feature is the ruined castle - a Victorian neo-gothic classic. Legend has it the local Argyllshire architect went down with the Titanic in 1912, complete with the plans he was hoping to export to America.
£550 - £1,200 based on 1 night
Price dependant on property booked - choice of five.
The Island Of Shuna features the following on-site facilities:
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