Housing and Moving to Gigha

The Isle of Gigha Heritage Trust receives many enquiries from people interested in moving to Gigha. In this case we would strongly recommend that you visit Gigha and spend some time getting to know the island and its people. 

In line with the Trust's development plan, we hope to continue sustaining or slightly increasing the population on the island and by doing so contribute to the development of the island.

If you are seeking to bring a business to Gigha, contacting Business Gateway at Lochgilphead would also be advised.

Housing for rent

You must be registered with Homehunt Gigha before you can apply for Trust rented housing. Please contact the Trust office for a Homehunt Gigha booklet. All available properties are advertised for 28 days on the website, Facebook and on local noticeboards.

Telephone 01583 505390 or email office@gigha.org.uk to enquire about Homehunt Gigha.

In addition to Trust managed housing, Fyne Homes Housing Association have houses for let.

Properties for Let:


Housing for Sale

The Trust currently has no properties for sale however the Trust has a number of plots of land available for sale for private residential build. 

Telephone 01583 505390 or email office@gigha.org.uk to enquire about self-build plots.

There may be private properties for sale and these will be advertised through Estate Agencies.


Pre-5 and Primary school children are well catered for at the Gigha Primary School.

Campbeltown Grammar School or Tarbert Academy are the nearest secondary schools on the mainland. Pupils travel daily, leaving on the early morning ferry and returning at approximately 5.00pm.



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Please check out our visitor website (www.visitgigha.co.uk) for specific contact details for other businesses on the island.