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Isle of Colonsay, United Kingdom

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Isolated between Mull and Islay, Colonsay's (Web: www.colonsay.org.uk ) craggy, heather-backed hills support the occasional patch of woodland, plus a bewildering array of plant and birdlife, wild goats and rabbits, and one of the finest quasi-tropical gardens in Scotland. The ferry docks at SCALASAIG, on the east coast, where there's a post office/shop, a petrol pump, a restaurant and the island's hotel. Right by the pier, the old waiting room now serves as the island's heritage centre and is usually open when the ferry docks. Two miles north of Scalasaig is Colonsay House, built in 1722 by …
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Lovely 18th-century inn on unspoiled island in the Hebrides - Hebridean Island, 37 mi by ferry from Oban.