If you fancy an overnight stay or maybe a long weekend break then you won’t be stuck for a cozy bed. There are a number of suitable cottages, chalets and B&Bs to choose from as well as the popular Jura Hotel offering full Scottish breakfasts, lunches and evening lounge & bar meals.
Jura Hotel HotelCraighouse
Jura Hotel offers 18 bedrooms, residents lounge, restaurant, bar, pool & darts, beer garden and camping with coin operated showers & laundry facilities.Craighouse, PA60 7XU
Bed & Breakfast
Easter Lennieston, Thornhill, Stirling FK8 3QP 01768 850274
Burn Bank Cottage Self-CateringCraighouse
Sleeps 4Craighouse, PA60 7XS
0161 427 7255
Heather Cottage Self-CateringInverlussa
Sleeps 5Kate Johnson
Sleeps 5Heather Wilson
Maureens Cottage Self-CateringCraighouse
2 bedroomed cottage in CraighouseMaureen Woodrow
07733 152 441
Otter Cottage Self-CateringLussagiven
Sleeps 4Catriona Fletcher
Seaview Cottage Self-CateringCraighouse
Sleeps 6Hilda Marsh
Small Isles House Self-CateringCraighouse
Sleeps 8R & L Webster
Wash Farm House, Rainford Road, Bickerstaffe, Ormskirk, PA60 7XR
Stalkers Cottage Self-CateringCraighouse Galbraiths
The Other House Self-CateringCraighouse
Sleeps 2Angus Paton
The Sheiling, Craighouse, PA60 7XS
Torre na Faire and Tulach Ard Self-CateringCraighouse
Each house sleeps 4Lorna MacDonald
Use the map below to find out where you want to go on the Isle of Jura.
Please be aware that Deer Stalking runs from July 1st to Feb 15th, during these months, for your own safety, you would be advised to contact in advance the relevant Estate concerned.
- Ardfin: 01496 820198
- Ardlussa: 01496 820321
- Barnhill: 01496 820327
- Inver: 01496 820223
- Ruantallain: 01496 820287
- Tarbert: 01496 820207
- The Forest: 01496 820217
Also be aware of the provisions of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003, although it is restricted to areas where access rights are exercisable and should be done responsibly. The Scottish Outdoor Access Code suggests responsible criteria be followed, and wording in that Code relating to wild camping is as follows:
“Access rights extend to wild camping. This type of camping is lightweight, done in small numbers and only for two or three nights in any one place. You can camp in this way wherever access rights apply but help avoid causing problem for local people and land managers by not camping in enclosed fields of crops or farm animals and keeping well away from buildings, roads or historic structures. If you wish to camp close to a house or building, seek the owner’s permission. Leave no trace by taking away all your litter. Remove all traces of your tent pitch and of any open fire (follow the guidance for lighting fires).”
Cause no pollution.
Caravans, Motor-homes etc.
You would be advised to contact The Jura Ferry to ascertain whether your caravan or vehicle will clear the ferry ramp.
Contact: Jura Ferry, ASP Ship Management, Port Askaig, Islay
Tel: 01496 840681