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Visited Dry Island for 5 nights from Feb 12th, there was a party of 4 adult plus 2 small dogs, 2 adults staying in the curing station and 2 staying Creel cabin. The accommodation is clean and has ample space for 2 people and is...More
This review is for the bothy and camping barrel. We did not do the shellfish safari.
First, the good stuff:
Dry Island is nicely out of the way but close to many places of interest; I like the idea of being on an island in...More
Response from www.dryisland.co.uk, Owner at Dry IslandResponded 28 November 2017
Thank you for your review.
I am surprised and disheartened by your comments as we have had a number of very positive reviews. The not good stuff:
1: The bunk bed is indeed for children, that is why there is an high quality sofa bed....More
So, prior to booking our one night stay on Dry Island, we read many reviews (good and bad), but knew what to expect as much as we could.
We arrived at the allocated parking space about 3.15pm and made our way down the path, to...More
We stayed here for 2 nights in October as a family of 4. Arriving in the dark and walking over the bridge to Dry Island added to our adventure. Ian and family are very welcoming and knowledgeable about the local area. We loved exploring the...More
Just spent a lovely relaxing week at creel cabin on Dry island. The view from the cabin is to die for . Cabin basic but comfortable and only a short walk to the local inn which serves some lovely food. Ian's Shellfish safari is a...More