(placeholder)

Welcome to

Colonsay General Store

Coming On Holiday?

Let us do your shopping for you

Have it delivered to your cottage

Everything you need from the moment you arrive

Tea & biscuits by the kettle, wine & beer already chilled in the fridge

You're free to relax with our Cottage Delivery Service

Welcome

"The Best Wee Shop In The Hebrides"

Well, we certainly like to think so. No, we're not the biggest but we're not the smallest either and we pride ourselves on our surprisingly large range and excellent customer service.

We're also proud of our Cottage Delivery Service, which takes the stress out of coming on holiday by doing your shopping for you. What's more your shopping will be in your cottage before you are, so no need to unpack bag after bag. Only on Colonsay.... To find out more about this service visit the Orders page.

The sliders below give a taste of the produce we stock. From over 60 fine wines, to local Balnahard meat and from fresh seafood to our freshly baked bread and pastries, we really try to have something for everyone. Coupled with our friendly staff and highly rated customer service we hope you'll come to see why we think we're "The Best Wee Shop In The Hebrides".

Opening Hours

(placeholder)

SUMMER

WINTER

Monday - Saturday*

9am - 5.30pm

(placeholder)

Sunday*

CONTACT US

11.30am - 12.30pm

ORDERS

*Saturday late closing and Sunday opening at peak times only.

COLONSAY

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

9am - 5.30pm

Colonsay General Store

Scalasaig

Isle of Colonsay

Argyll

PA61 7YW

Tel: 01951 200265

E-mail: info@colonsayshop.net

Sunday

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

9am - 1.30pm

Closed

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.