12 miles South of Oban, the Isle of Seil is one of a group of 20 islands, only Seil, Luing and Easdale being inhabited, but there are interesting ruins and wildlife on some of the other islands. Seil is joined to the mainland by "The Bridge over the Atlantic" and by ferries to Luing and Easdale.
Oban Seil Farm is 100 acres of hill and woods where we have blackface sheep and Shetland ponies. We have a boat-slip, small marina and safe shore.
Two pubs with food, an excellent village shop and golf course are within one mile. There are many walks on Seil and boat trips to see the spectacular wildlife and scenery.