For anyone who ever visualised a ‘Scottish’ marina then Craobh is the living embodiment of that picture.
Situated in a stunning natural harbour, Craobh Marina was originally constructed back in the early 1980’s by linking a group of islands together using a system of stone causeways to create its unique sheltered position.
Scotland’s Gateway to the Isles
Located on the north shore of the Craignish peninsula midway between Lochgilphead and Oban, Craobh Marina offers excellent shelter in deep water for 240 vessels and allows boat owners all-weather 24-hour easy access with walk ashore facility, a well-stocked chandlery, toilets, showers, laundry and a full range of boatyard services.
Craobh’s location lying only eight miles from the Gulf of the Corryvreckan means the Marina is well located for Kintyre, Gigha, Islay, Colonsay and Jura to the south and Mull, Iona, Morvern, Ardnamurchan, Skye and the Outer Hebrides to the north and allows berth holders easy access to some of the world’s finest sailing waters.
A visit to Craobh and seeing the stunning location in person can often bring on a desire to stay longer – well now you can!
Our Craobh Holiday Cottages are waterside traditional Scottish cottages that have been carefully refurbished to provide top of the range self-catering accommodation, perfect for short breaks or extended stays.
The 2 and 3-bedroom cottages include open plan living areas, contemporary kitchens with fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine & tumble dryer, plus electric heating, a wood burning stove, Freeview digital television and free Wi-Fi connection.
Craobh Holiday Cottages can be booked direct at https://www.craobhmarinacottages.co.uk/