Booking & Tariff

An Cuan Self Catering Islay House An Cuan is let on a Saturday to Saturday basis only. We ask guests to pre-organise a mutually agreeable check-in time with us. We politely ask guests to vacate the house by 11am on the day of their departure.


The cost is from £800 per week with a 50% deposit of total cost to secure reservation. The balance is due for payment one calendar month prior to entry to An Cuan.


A complete inventory is given to you on arrival and any breakages, or damage to equipment must be notified and paid for before departure. We do, therefore ask all guests to treat An Cuan with the same dignity and respect they would give their own home.


An Cuan is fitted out for eight people with all bedding and towels included in the price. Please note that we no longer accept dogs at An Cuan.


How to get here

Islay Ferry and Port Ellen Lighthouse

By Car from Glasgow:
This journey should take about two and a half to three hours, depending on the amount of stops, and is a very scenic drive. Take the A82 from Glasgow towards Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Next take the A83 near Tarbet passing Rest and be Thankful towards the lovely town of Inveraray. Both Rest and be Thankful and Inveraray are beautiful places to stop and enjoy the magnificant scenery. Inveraray is famous for it's castle and Inveraray Jail. Continue on the A83 following the shore line of Loch Fyne towards Lochilphead and finally Kennacraig. The Kennacraig ferry terminal is located only 4 miles outside Tarbert, a picturesque little town and port. The ferry terminal is easily missed but it's clearly signposted.


By Bus:
A daily bus service operates from Glasgow Buchanan Street Bus Station by West Coast Motors making a connection with the ferry at Kennacraig. For schedule information, contact the Travel Centre at Buchanan Street Bus Station +44 (0)141 332 7133


By Ferry:
Caledonian MacBrayne operate the two hour crossing which runs twice daily throughout the year, once on Sundays, with additional sailings during the summer season. Ferries arrive eather in Port Askaig or Port Ellen depending on the timetable and weather conditions. It's advisable to book ferries in advance, specially in the summer season. The website from Caledonian MacBrayne also called Calmac you will find information regarding timetables and bookings. Alternatively the Islayinfo website offers a comprehensive and up-to-date ferry travel section with timetables, fares and booking information.


By Air:
Loganair runs a 35 minute scheduled service from Glasgow to Islay. This is the quickest way and can provide spectacular views of the islands and Kintyre. For information on schedules or bookings check

For more information or to book, contact +44 (0)1496 300 400 or email
or write to Glenegedale House Holiday Accommodation, Glenegedale, Isle of Islay PA42 7AS.