Port Askaig Hotel, Port Askaig, Isle of Islay PA46 7RD
Email: hotel@portaskaig.co.uk
Tel: 01496 840 245




Our Rooms

All room rates include a full Scottish selection which is served in our Starboard Bistro between 7.30am and 9.30am daily. Breakfast may be available earlier by prior arrangement. 
Packed Breakfast is available for all guests departing for the 7am ferry - please order this in advance latest by 8pm on the evening prior to departure.

Our hotel of 11 rooms comprises 5 superior with sea views, 1 Deluxe King size/twin room, 1 standard double room, 1 standard double/twin rooms, 2 standard twin rooms and 1 standard single room.

  • Each room is prepared for your comfort including hairdryer, towels, hospitality tray, extra blankets, shampoo and soap.
  • All bedrooms are situated on the first floor with easy access from the car park at the rear of the building.
  • Special rates are available for guests staying 3 or more nights all year round and for weekend breaks during off-season months.

In our adjacent annex we can offer 2 first floor en suite rooms with sea views. Both rooms can be twin or double – one has a shower and one has a shower and bath. Both rooms have shared use of a small TV lounge.

 

Our Standard Rooms



Room Gigha

This room offers a standard double bed and en suite shower with convenient level access near both the top of the main staircase and rear entrance of the hotel.

Isle of Gigha, its name believed to be derived from the Norse meaning ‘The Good Isle’ (or in other examples ‘God’s Isle’) is the most Southerly of the Inner Hebrides and boasts sandy beaches, lush greenery and the beautiful Achamore Gardens.

Prices:

  • £120 per night for two guests April to October
  • £90 per night for two guests November to March




Room Skye

This room offers 2 standard single beds and en suite shower with convenient level access near both the top of the main staircase and rear entrance of the hotel.

Isle of Skye, believed to be from the Norse ‘Cloud Island’ rumoured to derive from the cloud surrounded Cuillin Hills, is famous for its scenery and landscape and is rich in history covering the Highland Clearances, Clan Warfare, the Jacobite Rebellion and of course Bonnie Prince Charlie & Flora McDonald.

Prices:

  • £120 per night for two guests April to October
  • £90 per night for two guests November to March




Room Tiree

A large well-appointed deluxe room with a king size bed and a single bed, en suite over bath shower and is located near the top of the main staircase and close to the residents lounge.

Isle of Tiree, believed by some to be translated from ‘land of corn’ is the most westerly of the Inner Hebrides and has a rich crofting tradition surrounded by lovely beaches and renowned for its ideal location for windsurfing offering an annual challenge to people who come from all over the world to compete.

Prices:

  • £130 per night for two guests April to October
  • £100 per night for two guests November to March




Room Coll

This room offers a double and single bed with en suite shower and it located directly opposite the resident’s lounge. It has 2 windows – one of which overlooks the wooded hill road winding out of Port Askaig.

Isle of Coll possibly anglicized from the Gaelic ‘Colla’ meaning high or named after the Ancient Irish Prince of the same name. Coll recently gained a Dark Isle/Skies designation as one of the best star gazing location in the UK making it an ideal place to witness the ‘Northern Lights’. The island is also renowned for its lovely sandy beaches and the elusive corncrake.

Prices:

  • £120 per night for two guests April to October
  • £90 per night for two guests November to March




Room Staffa

This compact room offers a single bed with an en suite shower and is located close to the residents lounge. The window affords a view to the wooded hill road which winds it’s way steeply out the Port Askaig hamlet.

Isle of Staffa, Old Norse for Stave or Pillar is famous mostly for Fingal’s Cave, great basalt columns flanking the deep caves which can be visited from Iona by boat.

Prices:

  • £65 per night April to October
  • £45 per night November to March




Room Rum

This room offers 2 standard single beds (but can be made up as a double) with an en suite shower with convenient level access nearest to the rear entrance of the hotel.

Isle of Rum, a Scottish Gaelic name often anglicized as it appears as Rhum & Rum. A National Nature Reserve, home to a diverse range of wildlife. Rum is one of the Inner Hebridean group of Islands known as ‘The Small Isles’ along with Muck, Eigg and Canna.

Prices:

  • £120 per night April to October
  • £90 per night November to March


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