Cala Sìth Guest House
39 Frederick Crescent
Isle of Islay
At Cala Sìth Guesthouse our commitment to service goes beyond just bed and breakfast.
We'll help you plan every aspect of your holiday on Islay, leaving you free to enjoy everything the island has to offer.
Our local knowledge and small dedicated staff team can organise car or bike hire or advise you on local transport options. We'll book you a tour at one of the eight world renowned whisky distilleries or the local brewery. We'll help bikers and walkers plan their route and provide suggestions for memorable days out. Fancy a game of golf? We'll book that for you at the world famous Machrie Golf Course, where resident PGA professional Ron Goudie provides lessons for all abilities and ages if you need to brush up on your skills. If fishing is your thing we'll help get your permit organised or hire a boat to take you out sea fishing. The only thing we won't do? Gut your fish for you.
Our clean and comfortable rooms are complimented by our growing collection of works by local artists like Jim Lutomski and Nicola Stein. Our free wifi connection will help you keep in touch with the outside world, if you feel the need. Our laundry service will be appreciated by parents or by walkers and bikers who've experienced Islay's changeable weather; we ask you make a donation of £1 to our favourite animal charity SSPCA in exchange for this service.
Whether it's whisky, wildlife or walking you'll appreciate a good breakfast to help you on your way. We use the best of local producers and suppliers - our eggs come from a free range flock in Portnahaven and award winning McFarlane's Family Butchers provide our meat.
Vegetarians, vegans and those with dietary requirements aren't left out.
All our meat free breakfasts are cooked separately as are the breakfasts for people with allergies or special dietary requirements.
From our private garden you can watch the seals play or even the occasional porpoise. We recommend ending your day by making use of our unrivalled views of the Mull of Oa. Pour yourself a glass of your favourite Islay malt and watch the sun set. The image will stay with you forever.