Oban Seil Farm is the home of Nick and Bette Hunter and our four grown children, Ian, Henry, Kitty and Lotte.
The Farm is a beautiful hill and waterfront farm set on the Isle of Seil which is connected to the mainland by a humpback bridge 'The Bridge over The Atlantic'.
We are set in 100 acres of hills and coast on Seil Sound and have about 100 black face sheep and four hens; Milly, Molly, Mandy, and Mo. We have lived here for over 30 years and brought our four children up here. We converted some of the farm buildings into self catering holiday houses. The Steading used to be the home for cows and machinery and is now converted into 3 self catering holiday houses. The Bothy was a ruin and Nick built this into a charming little house with underfloor heating, it is a fantastic little cottage and the most amazing views on the west coast of Scotland.
All the houses have fully equipped kitchens, have two bedrooms that sleep four people and are awarded 9.4 in ratings from booking.com.
We have space on our pontoon for your boats, kayaks and a long table and barbecue on the shore for all those lazy days with outdoor meals and long evenings.
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