One of the Slate Islands, Seil is a small island on the east side of the Firth of Lorn, 7 miles south-west of Oban. It has been linked to the Scottish mainland since 1792 when the Clachan Bridge, also known as the Bridge Over the Atlantic, was built by engineer Robert Mylne.
Main settlements are Balvicar and Ellenabeich, which is also known as Easdale.
Balvicar Farm Free Range Eggs
Offers delivery to homes and businesses throughout Argyll. Includes information about the hens and eggs.
Providing bed and breakfast or self catering accommodation. Includes details of the facilities, tariffs and local information.
Holiday cottage situated in Ellenabeich and sleeping two persons. Includes property information, tariffs and directions.
Choice of self-catering cottages with two bedrooms located in Balvicar. Includes photo gallery and location map.
Oban Seil Croft Cottages
Offers details of premises, accommodation, location, directions, booking, and contacts.
Seil Chalet Holidays
Chalet with two bedrooms situated in a small site near the shore. Includes photographs, prices and travel information.
Seil Island Online
Community website for the islands of Seil, Luing and Easdale.
Last update:March 8, 2016 at 7:24:07 UTC