Isle of Gigha (Scotland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... around 3 hours drive from Glasgow. There is a bus available for travelling to it but I can't say I would enjoy not having the freedom to stop and take pictures of the gorgeous scenery on the way there. The main part of the drive is driving round a gorgeous loch which has stunning picture opportunities. If you have the chance to get down near the water and experience the full potential of the loch then do so as it is truly stunning! You do have to get a ferry from the mainland at Tayinloan over to the island. The ferry's run every hour on the hour and are run by Caledonian Macbrayne and cost around £3.25 for a foot passenger and £12 od... more
Customer Isle of Gigha (Scotland) Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/08/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
A group of people who I was doing an open university course with became pretty close and we decided to have a road trip. One of the girls lived on this island and suggested we have our meet there. I have never been into travelling, probably because of my age and other commitments but I was so excited to be going along and exploring a new place. Before going I looked at the website which gives you idea's of activities, places to stay and things to do. There are lso pictures provided but unless you go yourself you cannot understand just how beautiful the views are. Firstly The Isle Of Gigha (pronounced Gee-a) is a hebridean island that is situated ... Read the complete review
by Paul M Woolverton - written on 02/11/07
Gigha is the most special island I know.The people are so friendly and welcoming.The hotel is excellent, with super views and a warm friendly welcome. The meals are brilliant, with a fish option landed that day on Gigha.The island is simply beautiful and gives everyone a great sense of peace.Why not visit it?
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