island of shuna holiday lets, Scotland

Bookings for Boat House


(saturday to saturday)

Please double check current availability by telephone or email

this page last updated 24th April 2013


March 30th to April 6th


April 6th to April 13th


April 13th to April 20th


April 20th to April 27th


April 27th to May 4th


May 4th to May 11th


May 11th to May 18th


May 18th to May 25th


May 25th to June 1st


June 1st to June 8th


June 8th to June 15th


June 15th to June 22nd


June 22nd to June 29th


June 29th to July 6th


July 6th to July 13th


July 13th to July 20th


July 20th to July 27th


July 27th to August 3rd


August 3rd to August 10th


August 10th to August 17th


August 17th to August 24th


August 24th to August 31st


August 31st to Sept 7th


Sept 7th to Sept 14th


Sept 14th to Sept 21st


Sept 21st to Sept 28th


Sept 28th to Oct 5th


Oct 5th to Oct 12th


Oct 12th to Oct 19th


Oct 19th to Oct 26th


 Oct 26th to Nov 2nd



Low season price £820 per week

(March 30th to May 18th and Sept 7th to Nov 2nd)

High season price £1090 per week

(May 23rd to Sept 5th)

Make a Booking 




 "This place is just the best place for a great holiday! We have been three years in a row and will be back next year. Peace quiet rest and a fantastic pace of life." 

Yvonne Birks 

"Hi, yes it was absolutely stunning, enjoyed every moment! back now to normal life!!"

Lorraine Cruse



Paddling stealthily  

through silk seas 

we hold our breath 

as the otter surfaces. 


His log body floats across the waves 

head raised 

then with a flick  

he is gone 

long tail sliding into darker depths. 


Up again 

like a champagne cork 

bobbing and chomping 

on a luckless fish. 

We hear bones crunching. 


There’s snow in the air 

and the ridges are dusted 

like Christmas Stollen. 


A cloud the size of Scotland 

presses down on the heron’s languid flight 

and a rubber-headed seal 

pounces on a bouy 

a toy to play with in its loch-sized bath. 


Then hail hits the waves 

A pounding of diamonds 

Beautiful and sharp. 


Mica Schist captures the brilliance 

In its ripples 

Nature’s mirror ball 

Reflecting the rainbow’s fraying end. 


We float home 

with eiders whistling in our ears 

the urgent flock of redwings 

in the twinkling of our eyes 


our heads ablaze  

with birds and beasts and light. 


© Sally Brown