The Isle of Coll: COVID-19 resurgence

COVID-19 has not gone away.
PLEASE observe ALL guidelines issued by The Scottish Government
..... and you should find a warm welcome.

From 23rd September 2020 - New COVID-19 restrictions in Scotland

Scottish restrictions may differ from where you live:
Households in Scotland are not allowed to mix within homes . However, exemptions are in place for extended households. This is where a household with on adult joins one other household. People in extended households can visit each other, stay overnight and do not need to physically distance.
This also applies to Holiday rentals - no mixed households.

Scotland COVID Test & Protect App - Here > Protect Scotland

More information about COVID-19 & Coll

Coll Community Council COVID-19 advice

Explore and discover the Isle of Coll.

A small patch of paradise in the Inner Hebrides.

The Isle of Coll is a small Hebridean island situated off the west of Scotland. How to find the Isle of Coll.

Explore and discover the Isle of Coll, a holiday destination for many seeking peace and quiet. An inviting fusion of island community and outstanding natural beauty. The diversity of flora and fauna is breathtaking, no matter the season. Even in winter the Isle of Coll is quite special, an International Dark-sky Association recognised 'community' offering some of the best sky and star viewing in the UK.

Please take your time to explore this Isle of Coll website. The aim is to assist you by providing the following information:-

  • How to get to the Isle of Coll.
  • Where to stay on the Isle of Coll.
  • What you may see when you visit the Isle of Coll.
  • What to do when you are here.

There are still many pages to be added so I apologise for the incompleteness, please return soon.
Should you wish to suggest content or wish to help fill in the blanks, please contact me.

Coll Digital Acrylic Photo Prints
High quality Acrylic Photo Prints are now available from visitcoll - Full Details
Calmac ferry status.
Click to go to Calmac's status website

Reduced Timetable
Reduced timetables are in force:
5 ferries per week,
Tuesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday - Sunday
leaving Oban at 07:15



Windy Gap Mobile Mast

Mobile Phone Mast #3
Coll's third mobile mast is to be located at the top of Windy Gap. Currently, it's planning application is still waiting approval. The mast will operate on the EE network only.
More info here


Fibre-optic Broadband

Fibre-optic Broadband comes to Coll => Full details...
Postcodes PA78 6SY, PA78 6SZ and PA78 6TA have all been activated.
Some PA78 6TE postcode addresses have been activated (03.01.2020).
PA78 6TB - still waiting................