Colonsay, Argyll And Bute
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Flower Delivery to Isle of Colonsay by Clare Florist
Measuring about 10 miles long and 2 miles wide, the Isle of Colonsay is a place blessed with natural scenery. The spectacular views are well complemented by a wide range of flora and fauna. If that's not enough, there are several archaeological sites that are also significant to the international community.
With the very scenic nature of the place, there's no question that the island makes for a wonderful romantic destination. Should you go down this path, you can surprise your date when you send flowers to the Isle of Colonsay to surprise them before proceeding with other activities.
Evidence of large-scale Mesolithic nut shelling was found in a midden pit at Staosnaig in 1995. The pit was a large, shallow one that was full of hundreds of thousands of burned hazelnut shells. Although there have been hazelnuts found in other Mesolithic sites, never have they been found in abundance in just one pit. The nuts were carbon dated and they traced back to around 7000 BC.
There are also a variety of ruined hill forts on Isle of Colonsay such as Dun Cholla and Dun Meadhonach.
The lairds of the island during the 18th century were the Macneils. Colonsay House was built by the Mcneil family in 1722, and since 1904 it has been the property of the Barons Strathcona.
Parks and Open Spaces
Colonsay House Gardens – houses a fine collection of Isle of Colonsay flowers, especially rhododendrons. There is also a private inner garden that is open to the public on Wednesdays and Fridays. The woodland garden is also considered to be one of the best in Scotland.
So, whenever you feel like looking at some flowers in the Isle of Colonsay, make the Colonsay House Gardens a stop in your itinerary.
Things to Do
Head to the beach – Kiloran Bay is a sandy beach to the north of Colonsay House
Go fishing – head over to the lochs for some fly fishing for native brown trout. You can also go rock fishing if you do not have access to a boat.
Play golf – experience something similar to what the very first golfers in Scotland experienced when you play at the Colonsay Golf Course. The 18-hole course is located on an indigenous machair and features short grass growing in sandy oil.
Participate in a guided walk – the RSPB offers several guided walks in Colonsay and Oransay. You will be led by a guide who is well versed around the area.
There's another sandy beach that is unspoilt and is backed by dunes at Balnahard. It is located 2 miles north east of a rough track and on your way there, you might see some goats, choughs or even a golden eagle.
Isle of Colonsay has a small bookshop that specialises in books of local interest. It is also houses the publishing company, House of Lochlar, which specialises in Scottish history.
The Colonsay Brewery, a micro-brewery, opened on the island in 2007.
The Isle of Colonsay is home to a herd of wild goats. It is also known for a range of bird life, including black-legged kittiwake, cormorant, guillemot, corncrake and golden eagle.
The island is also home to about 50 colonies of a native species of honeybee in Britain, Apis mellifera mellifera.
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Flower delivery information for Colonsay, Argyll And Bute
Our flowers delivery services in Colonsay, Argyll And Bute are usually made by DPD or Royal Mail Special Delivery. 99.9% of our flowers are delivered by 5pm on the requested day - (more commonly before noon), except UK Public Holidays. We also offer a range of next-day flower delivery options in Colonsay, Argyll And Bute - specific information is available during checkout.
Please ask if you need special arrangements, as sometimes we can accommodate special requests. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll try to help.Order flowers to Colonsay, Argyll And Bute
Delivering flowers for special occasions
At appropriate times of year we can also deliver Valentine's Day flowers, Easter Flowers, Mother's Day flowers, and Christmas Flowers to Colonsay, Argyll And Bute.
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