The pleasing restaurant in Coll's only hotel serves dishes prepared with regional smoked and fresh fish, shellfish and lamb. You can order smaller portions of the mains, which isn't a bad idea, as they're sizeable.
This cheerful spot serves hearty, homemade meals such as sausage and mash, haddock and chips, and vegetarian cottage pie, accompanied by organic beer, wine and cider. Sunday roasts are legendary on Coll island.
Arinagour, a half-mile from the ferry pier, is the only village on Coll, and is home to the Island Stores grocery shop.
This community arts centre was a flagship project for Coll island and opened in 2012. It's become an important community hub. Drop by to see what's on display.