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STARCHMILL HOLIDAY PODS Bridgend, Isle of Islay

Starchmill Holiday Pods, Bridgend, Isle of Islay

We have two holiday pods which are situated near the village of Bridgend, located in the heart of the Inner Hebridean Isle of Islay. Both pods have stunning views over Loch Indaal and the surrounding countryside, ideally located for bird watchers, wildlife enthusiasts and whisky visitors. There is also trout or sea fishing available.

BOWMORE POD

Sleeps up to six people, consisting of one bedroom with double bed, a toilet/shower room and a living area with double sofa bed and bunk beds. It also has a small kitchen area with a fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle. The pod is accessed through large patio doors which are also perfect for enjoying the panoramic view. There is a large decking area in front with a picnic bench, to enjoy dining al fresco.

BRUICHLADDICH POD

Sleeps up to four people, consists of one bedroom, a toilet/shower room and a living area with a double sofa bed. It also has a small kitchen area with a fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle. The pod is accessed through large patio doors, which are perfect for enjoying the panoramic view. There is a large decking area in front, with a picnic bench, to enjoy dining al fresco.

TARIFF

The Bowmore Pod (sleeps six) £120 per night - two night minimum stay. The Bruichladdich Pod (sleeps four) £100 per night - two night minimum stay. Linen and towels are supplied at no extra charge.

The above prices remain the same throughout the year, apart from Fèis Ile/Whisky Festival week (May 25 - June 1 2019), During that period, the Bowmore Pod is £150 per night and the Bruichladdich Pod is £120 per night.

HOW TO FIND US

The pods are located on the Bridgend to Port Ellen road (the High Road B8016). Leaving from Bridgend village heading to Bowmore, take the road to the left (B8016), signposted to Port Ellen). The access road is the first on the left at the top of the hill, and the pods are then 200m on the left.

HOW TO GET HERE

BY CAR: From Glasgow, drive to Kennacraig - this journey should take approximately two and a half hours, or longer should you wish to take in the beautiful scenery. Take the A82 up Loch Lomondside, turning onto the A83 at Tarbet - continue on through both Inveraray and Lochgilphead towards Tarbert on Loch Fyne. The ferry port of Kennacraig is just five miles on from Tarbert. Please note that Kennacraig is simply a ferry terminal and not a town or village. It is clearly signposted on the Tarbert- Campbeltown road.

BY BUS: A daily bus service operates from Glasgow Buchanan Street Bus Station by West Coast Motors making a connection with the ferry at Kennacraig. For schedule information, contact the Travel Centre at Buchanan Street Bus Station +44 (0)141 332 7133 - www.citylink.co.uk

BY FERRY: Caledonian MacBrayne operate the two hour crossing which runs throughout the year, with additional sailings during the summer season. For details of timetables and to make bookings (strongly recommended, particularly in the summer season) telephone any of the following numbers: +44 (0)1475 650100 (Gourock) general enquiries: +44 (0)990 650000 (Gourock) bookings and reservations: +44 (0)1880 730253 (Kennacraig), +44 (0)1896 840 620 or +44 (0)1496 730172 (Port Ellen). Caledonian MacBrayne's timetable and booking are also available online - www.calmac.co.uk

BY AIR: Loganair operate a scheduled service from Glasgow Airport to Islay with a new service from Edinburgh Airport starting in early 2019. This is the quickest way to travel and can provide spectacular views of the islands and Kintyre. For information on schedules and reservations, contact Loganair on 0344 800 2855 (UK only) or 0044 141 642 9407 (outwith the UK), Islay Airport +44 (0)1496 302022. Online bookings can be made at www.loganair.co.uk

STARCHMILL HOLIDAY PODS

enquiries@starchmillpods.co.uk

07494 173 966

BRIDGEND, ISLE OF ISLAY

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