Fasgadh, pronounced ‘fastgaig’, which means sanctuary in Gaelic, was built in 2006. It is the first house over the cattle grid in the area called Glassard and is within walking distance of all the island’s amenities such as the pier, shop, brewery, tearoom, village hall and hotel.The house is simply but comfortably furnished and has hardwood floors throughout. Ideally sleepsing 6, there is a sofa bed in the living area for larger parties and a travel cot is available. There is an adult bicycle and a set of golf clubs which guests are welcome to borrow. Free WiFi. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 07792 820807
Colonsay's own literary festival will be held on the 27th & 28th April.
A weekend of talks, readings and workshops from an esteemed list of writerse and poets.
For full programme details and to book tickets, please visit the festival webpage https://www.colonsaybookfestival.org.uk/whatson
The hotel and restaurant is now open for the season.
Lunch and dinner served every day. Bar opens at 12 midday.
Pub quiz will be held on Thursday nights from 28th March.
The Colonsay Service Point to Remain Open.
Following a budget meeting of Argyll and Bute Council, the decision was made to keep this life line service open. The Service Point is currently funded by Argyll and Bute Council with customer service being provided by Colonsay Community Development Company.
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If you are planning an event, do get in touch and we would be delighted let people know it's happening.
The Colonsay Macmillan Coffee morning, held on the 28th of September, raised a whopping £800!
Delicious cakes and good company, well done to all those who contributed.