A warm welcome awaits at Orsay House, Islay B&B, when you come and visit our lovely family home with spectacular sea views and comfortable rooms.
Orsay House Bed & Breakfast in Portnahaven, on the picturesque Isle of Islay – the ‘Queen of the Hebrides’, is our family home that we share with our little rescue dog, Tizzy.
Book direct at www.orsayhouse.co.uk for best prices and please read our reviews on TripAdvisor.
Islay is renowned for its friendliness and popular pastimes include whisky, wildlife and bird-watching, walking, fishing and golf. Located on Queen Street, with a well-maintained garden stretching down to the rocks and sea, Orsay House Bed & Breakfast offers uninterrupted, spectacular Atlantic sea views from the decked area in front of the house. where guests can sit and watch the changing tides, the antics of the local seal population and some amazing sunsets.
Close by to Orsay House there is amazing wildlife; from birds, Eagles, Chough, CornCrake, to Otters, Dolphins and the occasional basking sharks and Orca though to the ubiquitous Highland Cows. A choice of 9, soon to be 11 world famous whisky distilleries (and a couple of gin distilleries as well), Traditional crafts at Islay Woollen Mill and Islay Quilters. and amazing beaches and walks.
Islay also hosts many festivals, from a walking festival in April, a world famous whisky and music festival in May, Classical music festival (Cantilina), Jazz festival and (hopefully) an beer festival.
Islay has something for everyone
|Double Room with Sea Views||£90 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Super King with Sea Views||£100 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Twin Room||£80 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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