The storms died down
The hedgerows were suddenly filled with the excited chirruping of birds. The sun came out and the daylight hours stretched on into the early evening. The tease of the spring to come as even the air feels fresher and everything just looks so much brighter.
Islay is a place of spectacular beauty
The ‘sparkle’ of those seasons reflected in the colourful landscape. Rugged, wild beaches with Atlantic waves crashing onto sandy shores.
A wilderness providing the perfect backdrop for breath taking hikes and sunshine swims
I am one of the incredibly lucky ones
I get to live and ‘grow’ in this beautiful part of the world. During these times we are waiting and preparing for when we can once again share our beautiful farm at Persabus with you. Welcoming you back to these island shores.
We are committed to providing safer stays for our guests
and working hard to ensure we keep everyone as safe as possible. Vaccinations are rolling out to protect our community. We are continuously taking guidance from the Government, the ASSC and VisitScotland.
At Persabus there are new policies and procedures in place, involving deeper cleaning and disinfecting of all our properties. All linen, duvets, pillows, each pillow and mattress protector, are changed between guests. We are working very hard so you can be assured of a ‘Safer Stay’ when you choose to stay at Persabus. Here you really can have the freedom to enjoy a thoroughly relaxing break in one of Islay’s most scenic destinations.
Our secluded location, close to the hills and the sea, really does
offer socially distanced holidays in a beautiful part of the island
With the Happy Farmer and I living in the main farmhouse and working on the farm we are usually around for any questions you may have during your stay with us, or to help you plan your perfect day of ‘Islay adventuring’.
If you are planning your ‘staycation’,
looking forward to escaping to island living, do get in touch and we will hopefully be welcoming you to Persabus in the not too distant future.
Until next time…