What You Can Expect
Everything already in your
cottage awaiting your arrival
Any tea, coffee and biscuits that
you've ordered waiting by the kettle
All chilled goods already in the
fridge and frozen goods in the freezer
Soft drinks, beers and wine
already chilled in the fridge
All other goods neatly displayed or
placed in cupboards should you prefer
A welcome note and a
wee gift to say thank you
A relaxing, stress free
start to your holiday
"The pre-arrival delivery service is brillaint. We can't recommend it enough"
Our customers love our Cottage Delivery Service and we hope you will too.
After all, it’s great to arrive to a cottage full of groceries after a long day’s travelling. No need for weaving round the aisles in a last minute panic, no need to unpack bag after bag...
And throughout the whole process you get to deal with real people, who are just a phonecall or e-mail away if you want to make any last minute changes.
All we need is your shopping list, a few days notice (though a week is best) and we'll do the rest. For full details see below. Feel free to browse our stock list, but please only use it as a guide - we'll endeavour to get you what you want.
How It Works
Draw up a shopping list
(you can use the stock list as a guide)
E-mail it across to us firstname.lastname@example.org
or call it in on 01951 200265
Remember to include your name,
the name of your cottage and contact details
We'll get in touch to acknowledge your order
and let you know about methods of payment
You can now expect to arrive to a cottage full of
groceries at no extra cost - delivery is free of charge
Colonsay General Store
Isle of Colonsay
Tel: 01951 200265
Our cottage delivery service takes the stress out of travelling, allowing you to arrive to a kitchen full of fresh food from the shop.
The service runs year round and we aim to meet any special requests you may have.
The island has an excellent website full of information for any would-be visitor. It also details all of the available accommodation options.
The website is also the home of the island’s online newsletter, The Corncrake.