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With stunning views over Small Isles Bay, our self catering holiday cottage is literally a stone's throw from the beach. It's also a short stroll into Craighouse Village; where you will find the Jura Whisky Distillery, Deer Island Rum Distillery, the community owned Jura Stores, The Antlers cafe, and the Jura Hotel.

The terraced cottage has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and an open plan living room, kitchen, dining area. It comfortably sleeps four, but will sleep up to six if you're happy to use the sofa bed in the living room.

It's fully equipped with everything you could need for your stay.


We're happy to share our family owned holiday cottage with you!

Ridley's family have owned a cottage on the Isle of Jura for almost 40 years, and Ridley and Sarah are pleased to be the current custodians of Lorne Cottage. After undergoing a full renovation (rebuild) in 2019, the cottage is now beautifully appointed and ready to host guests.


Jura is rightly famous for its whisky, and the Jura Whisky distillery is just a short stroll from the cottage, so you can safely go for a tour and a tasting without having to worry about driving.  Visit the Jura Whisky website for details on tours and tastings.

Did you know that Jura is now also home to a gin distillery, rum distillery and brewery?  

  • Lussa Gin distill by hand in a traditional still in a converted stable on the Ardlussa Estate at the North end of the island.  Using 15 botanicals which they grow or forage on the island, it's the 'spirit of island adventure'.  They are also open for tours, check out the Lussa Gin website for details.
  • Deer Island Distillers make a small batch Scottish spiced rum from the business units at Craighouse Pier, also just a short walk from Lorne Cottage.  They have a distillery shop and also offer tours, check out the Deer Island website for details.  They're also right next door to Konrad's beautiful photography gallery - The Whisky Island, and the local craft and gift store Camella Crafts.
  • Jura Brewery are still finishing the construction of their new brewery at their croft in Kiels, which is about a 15 minute walk.  Their Laughing Stag is an easy drinking pale ale which you can find in the community owned Jura Stores, in the Jura Hotel bar, and from the Jura Brewery TrALEr at certain events.

It's not all about alcohol though!  Throughout the year there are a number of regular events, which can see the Jura population expand significantly, you're strongly recommended to book early if you want to stay on Jura during these events:

  • Jura Fell Race - this 28km fell race sees 200 competitors climb seven of Jura's summits on the last weekend in May.  This is one of Jura's busiest weekends.
  • Ardlussa Sports - this annual sports event is great fun for all of the family and raises money for local charities, it usually happens the last weekend in July. Events include tug of war, hammer throwing, barrel rolling and family races.
  • Jura Regatta - this day of water based sports is usually held on the first Saturday in August.  Events include open water swimming, rowing, kayaking, sailing and a raft race.
  • Jura Music Festival - this great festival is usually held on the last weekend in September.  

Jura has some amazing scenery and wildlife which you can explore for yourself, or take a guided tour with one of the locals:

  • Jura Guided - Grant offers guided walks suitable for all levels around the island.
  • Jura Boat Tours - Robert offers small group wildlife and sightseeing tours in their MCA approved RIB. 
  • Discover Jura - Alex offers small group tours by minibus and in conjunction with Jura Boat Tours.
  • Jura Cycles - Stuart is now offering bike hire on Jura to help you get around.

Make sure you check out the Island Bakehouse's Pink Bread Shed, for delicious sourdough bread and other goodies baked by Kirsty.  The bread shed is a self-service honesty system at the opposite end of our row of cottages.

During the summer, take a trip up to the North end of the island and pay a visit to Tea on the Beach.  Another honesty system, selling tea and cakes from a converted horse box at Inverlussa beach.

Check out our Isle of Jura Tourist Map for the locations of all of these places and more.