The Isle of Jura, in the Inner Hebrides, is the place to get away from it all – it is a breathtakingly beautiful and peaceful place, which suits many people but doesn’t suit others! There is one pub (in the hotel), one shop, 6000 deer and 200 inhabitants. Everyone is genuinely very friendly and sociable but if you like to spend your weekends at nightclubs or the shops, this is not the place for you. On the other hand if you love the outdoors, walking, cycling and being in the fresh air, this could suit you perfectly.
The Jura Hotel is the only hotel on the island of Jura. As it holds the only pub on this island of only 200 people, the hotel is one of the focal points of island life. The hotel has seventeen bedrooms which are sold on a bed-and-breakfast basis. During the busy summer months we serve up to 80 covers each evening.
The hotel is owner-managed by a young couple and employs a team of about twenty-five full- or part-time staff. Accommodation is provided cheaply in or near the hotel.