Isle of Mull Accommodations

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Accommodations in Isle of Mull

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The SpaceSingle room with private bathroom in traditional-style cottage in fabulous location by the coast with views over Loch Tuath to the Isle of Ulva and the Treshnish Islands. An extra mattress on the floor can be provided. Cooked breakfast is served in the farmhouse style kitchen with Aga, and features local, seasonal produce: home-baked bread, eggs from my hens and Isle of Mull dry-cured bacon. Particular dietary requirements should be agreed in advance. Guest AccessSitting room with open fire. Unfortunately no access to kitchen Interaction with GuestsLucy is always around with advice on what to see and do. The NeighborhoodWonderful coastal views and very peaceful location. Excellent little BYOB restaurant just down the road for evening meals. Getting AroundNearest public transport 10 miles, Cars, electric bikes and bicycles can be hired on the island. Taxis can be booked, also the community bus.
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The SpaceSeaview, home to authentic Scottish island hospitality, delicious food, good craic and award winning customer service. It is also home to John Noddings, a retired lobster fisherman who has been offering traditional Hebridean hospitality to guests since 1990 with his lovely English wife Jane. On offer is a lovely, comfortable & cosy guest bedroom, ideal for solo travellers, overlooking the village beach, the stunning ancient isle of Iona and her iconic Abbey, plus views to Ben More (Munro) and Burg. Your bedroom does indeed have a sea view - even when lying in your bed. It is centrally heated with double glazing and has a solid oak single bed with an extra deep comfortable sprung mattress, with 100% cotton bedding and a double duvet for added warmth and comfort along with bedside cabinet and reading lamp, wardrobe and drawers. The shower room with wash basin and toilet is across the landing but is for your exclusive use only. PLEASE NOTE: This is not an ensuite. A bathrobe and towels are provided along with organic 'Isle of Arran Aromatic' toiletries - hand wash and hand soother, shower gel, shampoo and hair conditioner. Your room is also provided with TV/DVD player and a well stocked hospitality tray, hair dryer, alarm clock and free complimentary use of Wi-Fi broadband. Guest AccessYou are welcome to come and go as you please during your stay; you have access to your room at all times, plus there is small sitting room and the breakfast room you are welcome to use during your stay, where you will find a small library of local books of the area, maps, walks, as well as DVD's if required. A laundry service, packed lunches, evening meals (Sept-May by prior arrangement), are also available as well as free off-road private parking and free Wi-Fi. You won't have access to the kitchen (although we are happy to store food items in the fridge if we can), the back garden, office area, laundry room, or our family private quarters. Evening meals are available in the village pub next door (The Keel Row), or if you enjoy freshly caught local seafood, The Creel at the top of the pier during the main season. We can provide packed lunches and out of the main season we can also cook evening meals for you by prior arrangement. Interaction with GuestsWe want you to feel welcome and relaxed when you stay and so we are usually always on hand to help you plan your time whilst here, making reservations for trips, restaurants as well as advising on things to do and where to go. We are friendly without being intrusive and there is a lovely cozy sitting room you are welcome to use which includes plenty of local books to browse through. The NeighborhoodFionnphort is a small fishing village located on the tip of the south west coast of Mull (known as the Ross) overlooking the Isle of Iona and her historic Abbey. The village has approximately 45 houses, one pub & restaurant (The Keel Row), one fine dining restaurant (Ninth Wave), a fresh seafood shack called The Creel (main season only), a local grocery shop with post office, gift shop, book store, hard ware store and cash point machine. The ferry point for Iona is at the pier head in Fionnphort as is the local bus stop, and just one minute's walk from Seaview. Getting AroundA very convenient public transport service - buses run from Craignure (main ferry port on Mull from Oban) by West Coast Motors which are scheduled to meet the ferries from Oban. Journey time to Fionnphort from Craignure is approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes. Other Things to NoteWe have been looking after visitors to our island since 1990 and as well as being graded and assessed every year by the Scottish Tourist Board, we comply with fire regulations and have public indemnity insurance. These additional costs are reflected in our price. We live next door to the local pub and restaurant The Keel Row where evening meals and lunches are available; we also provide packed lunches if necessary and evening meals by prior arrangement March/April and Sept/Nov. If you have any dietary requirements please let us know - we can usually cater for most people. We are a Green Tourism Business Award holder and make a conscious effort to be as environmentally friendly and responsible as we can. We hope guests will support our efforts. We also have 2 lovely friendly Labrador dogs - mother and daughter 'Meet & Greet' team called Megan (Chocolate) and Lainie (black).
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The SpaceThe sofabed is available for one person only! Guests pay for the pleasure of sleeping on the sofabed in my living room. Bedding and towels are provided. Guests can use the kitchen in the mornings to make their own breakfasts. I'm happy to provide tea/coffee and oats/cereal. Guests are also welcome to use my WiFi. This is a family home, so there will be toys and bikes in the room. There are plenty of blankets and hot water bottles for heat - we tend to not put the heating on in the Summer and only for an hour or two daily over the Winter. Please bear this in mind. Guest AccessGuests have access to the kitchen in the mornings only as I run it as a restaurant in the evening. I also ask guests to use the shower in the morning only too as it is shared with the restaurant guests in the evening. Getting AroundIf you are not bringing a car onto the island, there is a bus from Craignure to Salen. In Salen, you can hire bikes for £15 a day. Alternatively you can hire electric bikes from Mary and Jamie at Mull electric bikes which you will need to arrange before coming onto the island. After then it is a twelve mile walk/bike ride/drive. Walking from Salen to mine should take about 4 hours. Biking from Salen to mine should take about 1.5 hours. My house is called Ballygown Cottage and is three miles towards Calgary after the Ulva Ferry junction. It should take less than 1 hour to drive to Ballygown from the ferry terminal at Craignure. There are taxis on the island. A one way ride from Craignure to Ballygown should cost approximately £60. There is a new minibus service running between Salen and Ulva Ferry (as of 26th May 2015)! Please check the Ulva Ferry Community Bus website for schedules. If you coming by foot, please make your own arrangements for getting to mine - with respect, I will not pick you up off the ferry. Please note that I am on an island so you will need to catch a ferry - there is no bridge! Also you will need to book your car onto the ferry in advance. Check the CalMac (ferry) website for prices and times. Please do research before coming onto the island as it is very remote. The nearest petrol station from mine is a 30 minute drive as is the nearest shop/pub/post office. Other Things to NoteSome info about the charity you will be supporting if you book with me..... Mary’s Meals provides daily meals to chronically hungry children in a place of learning. In this way the hungry child is attracted to the classroom where they can gain a better future for themselves and their community.
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Excellent
18 reviews
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The SpaceOn our Croft you will live close to nature and be able to escape the rush and madness of the outside world by walking, painting, studying (even anthroposophy!) or meditating the mysteries of life in peaceful and completely unspoiled surroundings. At home you will have a simple, natural accommodation mostly made of wood which is comfortable and uncomplicated. 100% cotton sheets. There is no TV and patchy mobile phone service, meaning ample opportunity for relaxation. From your own balcony you will have wonderful sea views of Staffa, the Burg and beyond. JAM HOUSE The accommodation comprises a large kitchen/dining space downstairs which is our jam-making room in the winter months. The main living room is upstairs via an open, wooden staircase. Off the main room there is a double bed alcove and a bathroom with shower, toilet and wash basin. The main space has a sofa, a single bed and a futon. The futon can also be made up for sleeping on for a small extra charge of £15, or you can bring your own bedding. Kitchen has a double ceramic sink and gas cooker. You have use of a washing machine. The accommodation is well insulated and usually needs no heating in summer but there is one large storage radiator and a portable electric radiator for use if the weather turns cold - plus an electric blanket for the bed! There is ample hot water. Guest AccessThe Jam House is set in a 30 acre working croft consisting of part pasture, part woodland and part wetland adjacent to the shore line. We have a calf called Stella, a donkey called Everette and 6 chickens and grow our own organic vegetable and fruit. Occasionally in the summer with have our jam shop open selling our own jams at the top of the drive on the main road. There are seals in the sea below us and lovely walks are possible either within the croft or beyond. Interaction with GuestsWe get pleasure from people who enjoy staying here and enjoying the peaceful and unspoilt surroundings. We feel that it is important to respect people's privacy but at the same time we are particularly keen to meet people who share our wide interests which include a spiritual quest and a love of the natural world. We ourselves our anthroposophists which is Christian and based on the work of Rudolf Steiner. My wife Ann has Parkinson disease and in the absence of any therapists near to hand we have developed our own therapeutic exercises including rhythmic work, eurythmy and singing. If there was any interest I would open to explore this further. The NeighborhoodWe are about 2 miles from the village of Bunessan which has a hotel, cafe and Spar shop. Bunessan is itself 6 miles from Fionnphort which is the crossing point to Iona. There is a friendly community spirit with some spectacular sandy beaches which you may well have to yourself. Getting AroundThere is a regular bus service running between Craignure and Fionnphort(Iona). The bus will stop anywhere on request including at the top of our drive. There are also buses running from Craignure to Tobermory. We are two miles before Bunessan heading towards Fionnphort. For bus times see (URL HIDDEN) You can reach us in about three hours cycling from Craignure, along the A849. Cycle through the forested glen, past the lochs, past the turn-off to Salen on your right, through Pennyghael, past the turn-off to Carsaig on your left, then look out for the Jam Hut signs - we're just down the track. It takes about 40-50 minutes to drive non-stop, depending on the weather, and the summer traffic. Please park at the top by the gate and come on down the track. We look forward to welcoming you, however you get here! Other Things to NoteMore photos of Leob Croft on my profile page! We live in a building adjoined to (but separate from) the Jam House, with thick stone walls separating the two. This building is a few steps away from the Croft House, and a very short walk down the hill from the Tractor House. The Jam House may be unsuitable for younger children due to the open staircase and lack of a door at the top. We have simple rustic accommodation. Therefore no need for wifi passwords, air conditioning manuals or the like. The curtains open and close by use of your own hand, and the doors operate in the same fashion.
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The SpaceRoom 1 is located on the ground floor with Room 2 on the first floor. Both are en-suite, centrally heated and sleep 2 adults in luxuriously comfortable king size beds Each bathroom has a WC, hand basin, electric shower, shaver socket, underfloor heating, heated towel rail and Room 1 also has a bath. Bath and hand towels are provided. Breakfast is continental style served in the first floor breakfast room. Guest AccessEach bedroom is equipped with a hairdryer, Wi-Fi, Freesat and hospitality tray. Breakfast is continental style. Interaction with GuestsWe love to meet our guests on arrival, to have a chat and answer any questions they may have. The NeighborhoodThe Isle of Mull (or just 'Mull') is the second largest of the Inner Hebrides with a land area of 353 square miles (875 sq. km), about 300 miles of coastline and a resident population of around 2,800. It is one of the most accessible of the Inner Hebrides with three separate ferry routes running throughout the year. Mull is home to the only Munro (hill over 3000 feet) that requires a ferry crossing. Here on Mull we have unspoiled landscapes, beautiful white sandy beaches and an abundance of wildlife regularly featured on numerous television programmes. Getting AroundHere at Chronicle you can relax and unwind and watch the ferry sailing in and out of the bay or take advantage of the many outdoor activities and wildlife tours the island has to offer. There are bus tours around the island which leave from Craignure, so there is no need to bring your car. Cycles can be hired in the village and there are some attractions within walking distance. Other Things to NoteAcross the road from Chronicle we have the old pier and within the small bay we often see otters swimming, fishing and sometimes ‘just chilling’. So, don’t forget your camera and binoculars!! The Visitor Information Centre in Craignure has lots of ideas and leaflets for trips and tours around the island.
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The SpaceYou'll be staying in my home and as I'm a basket maker there will be plenty of baskets around. I work up in the loft so your more than welcome to see my workspace and the baskets I make. NOTE: There is no provision when booking for a single occupancy fee £38, so book as usual then when you arrive if you can pay the extra in cash it makes it easier. Thank you. I have tried to get this amended but without any success. Guest AccessYou have a twin bedroom for two people. Please note price shown is per person when two people have booked. IMPORTANT PLEASE NOTE: The price for just one person booking the twin room is £38 per night House dining room, private washroom and toilet. Family bathroom for (showers only please) guests welcome to sit in my living room too. WIFI available. Garden surrounding the house. Interaction with GuestsIf I'm in the house, guests are more than welcome to see my workspace, sit and chat in the living room and even walk the dog on the beach with me if they wish. You may sit in the garden (if it's nice). If I'm going to a local event your more that welcome to come too. The NeighborhoodBeautiful countryside views, quiet location. Easy access to lots of beaches. Friendly locals. Easy walk to the village of Bunessan which has a shop, Bakehouse cafe & Pub which also serves food. Isle of Iona short ferry is 4 miles away. Getting AroundThere is a bus service from Craignure which will stop off anywhere along the way on request. The service goes all the way to meet the Iona ferry. If you want to visit Tobermoray get a bus to Craignure and catch the other one going to the North End of the island. It's even safe to hitch a lift on the island and is a very safe place for women to travel around. Other Things to NoteBring waterproofs as weather is changeable. Camera's as the area is stunning in all weathers. Always check time tables (they change at the end of October) for buses and ferries. May and early October is often a lovely time to visit, nice weather, not too busy and no midges. Island bus service allows you to travel accross the island and up to Iona ferry too. Note: The isle of Mull is bigger than you think and takes more time to drive around than you think.
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Excellent
15 reviews
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The SpaceOn our Croft you will live close to nature and be able to escape the rush and madnesses of the outside world by walking, painting, studying (even anthroposophy!) or meditating the mysteries of life in peaceful and completely unspoilt surroundings. At home you will have a simple, natural accommodation mostly made of wood which is comfortable and uncomplicated. 100% cotton sheets. There is no TV and patchy mobile phone service, meaning ample opportunity for relaxation. From your own balcony you will have wonderful sea views of Staffa, the Burg and beyond. The Tractor House is constructed entirely in wood and is very cosy. It has a balcony with a magnificent sea view of the Burg and Staffa beyond. It is ideally suited for a couple but a baby or pet could probably be accommodated. Guest AccessThe Tractor House is set in a 30 acre working croft consisting of part pasture, part woodland and part wetland adjacent to the shore line. We have a calf called Stella, a donkey called Everette and 6 chickens and grow our own organic vegetable and fruit. Occasionally in the summer with have our jam shop open selling our own jams at the top of the drive on the main road. There are seals in the sea below us and lovely walks are possible either within the croft or beyond. Interaction with GuestsWe get pleasure from people who enjoy staying here and enjoying the peaceful and unspoilt surroundings. We feel that it is important to respect people's privacy but at the same time we are particularly keen to meet people who share our wide interests which include a spiritual quest and a love of the natural world. We ourselves our anthroposophists which is Christian and based on the work of Rudolf Steiner. My wife Ann has Parkinson disease and in the absence of any therapists near to hand we have developed our own therapeutic exercises including rhythmic work, eurythmy and singing. If there was any interest I would open to explore this further. The NeighborhoodWe are about 2 miles from the village of Bunessan which has a hotel, cafe and Spar shop. Bunessan is itself 6 miles from Fionnphort which is the crossing point to Iona. There is a friendly community spirit with some spectacular sandy beaches which you may well have to yourself. Getting AroundThere is a regular bus service running between Craignure and Fionnphort(Iona). The bus will stop anywhere on request including at the top of our drive. There are also buses running from Craignure to Tobermory. Other Things to NoteMore photos of Leob Croft on my profile page! The Tractor House may be unsuitable for younger children due to the gaps on either side of the entrance walkway.
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The SpaceCroft House is a traditional stone house - historically the main house - with the addition of a timber extension at the front and a glorious conservatory at the back that catches the sun for much of the day. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one twin room and one with a low double bed, to accommodate the low ceiling. The twin room has a balcony with stunning views of the Burg, Staffa and the sea beyond. Downstairs is a kitchen/dining room with an electric cooker and a wood fuelled rayburn. There is a sitting room with wood burning stove and an additional single bedroom. It is suitable for up to 5 people. Decoration is simple with unpolished wooden floors and wood panelling in many of the rooms. We use only 100% cotton sheets. There is no TV and patchy mobile phone reception, meaning ample opportunity for relaxation. Guest AccessYou are welcome to stroll around the croft. We have pasture, woodland, wetland and access to the shore line. Feel free to say hello to Stella, the cow, and Everette the donkey. We also have chickens and grow our own organic vegetable and fruit. Occasionally in the summer you can buy our homemade jams at the top of the drive on the main road - if there are any left! Interaction with GuestsWe get pleasure from people who enjoy staying here and enjoying the peaceful and unspoiled surroundings. We feel that it is important to respect people's privacy but at the same time we are particularly keen to meet people who share our wide interests which include a spiritual quest and a love of the natural world. We ourselves our anthroposophists which is Christian and based on the work of Rudolf Steiner. My wife Ann has Parkinson disease and in the absence of any therapists near to hand we have developed our own therapeutic exercises including rhythmic work, eurythmy and singing. If there was any interest I would open to explore this further. The NeighborhoodWe are about 2 miles from the village of Bunessan where you will find the Argyll Arms hotel, that serves food, the Bunessan Bakehouse, open Wednesdays to Saturdays from 11 to 4 and again in the evening, a Spar shop and a gift shop. There are often events in the village hall so look out for posters! Bunessan is 6 miles from Fionnphort which is the crossing point to Iona and Staffa. You can also visit Ardalanish weavers, the Crofter's Kitchen, near Kintra, the Mull historical centre and numerous, spectacular sandy beaches which you may well have to yourself. Getting AroundThe bus passes the Croft gate and will drop you off wherever you like along the route, so getting here and getting around by public transport is a possibility. Other Things to NotePlease ensure that you plan your journey, in particular the ferry crossing from Oban to Craignure. Ferries do not run until late every day. You may need to book. (URL HIDDEN) We live in a building just a few steps away from the Croft House. Parking is usually by the gate with a short walk down the hill to Croft House. However, for unpacking you are welcome to bring your car down the hill.
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The SpaceThe location is the unique thing about Beach House. Just a few miles from the famous island of Iona and 45 minutes to the island's capital of Tobermory. Plenty of room for a big family or group. Low season we take shorter (4 or 5 nights) bookings. Just ask. Guest AccessEverything in the house is for your use. Interaction with GuestsThe only people you might encounter during your stay are Scott and/or Dianne who live on Mull and look after Beach House between visitors, but only if you need help with something during your stay. The NeighborhoodThe wildlife of the island is quite special with eagles often seen soaring high above the house on a clear summer's day. Loads of sandy beaches, ideal for a family or walking group. Getting AroundThere are island buses but it's best to have personal transport. Most roads are one lane with passing places. Let people overtake you if they're in a hurry by going off into a passing place to your left and allowing them to pass on your right. For on-coming traffic the car with the passing place to its left side goes in to allow the on-coming car to pass. I recommend having your headlights on during the day as it helps others spot you coming in the other direction. Other Things to NoteLonger stays receive discounts. For example. a minimum stay is 4 nights outside of high season (June thru September 1 week minimum) and ranges in price from £133 per night in low season to £195 in high season. However, booking a week in high season will save significantly. (Sunday to Sunday). Contact to discuss. We don't have any reviews on Airbnb yet, but you can find past reviews on other well known services if looking for Beach House on the Isle of Mull.
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The SpaceThe Wing is ideally located 15 minutes from the iconic town of Tobermory in the North of Mull. 3 bedrooms sleeping 6, a large kitchen and sitting room, large cast iron bath and separate shower with endless hot water and heat from our Wood Chip boiler system. All home comforts in a fantastic location for exploring the island. Free Wifi, shared games room with snooker, table tennis and darts, shared bonfire/BBQ area. We are on hand to help you arrange your holiday with plenty advice and top tips of where to go and what to see. The highly regarded Isle of Mull has much to offer the visitor, from stunning white beaches, to thousands of acres of wilderness. The wildlife here is second to none with eagles, otters, deer, adders, dolphins, and minke whales all commonly spotted to name but a few. Take the ferry to Mull from the large town of Oban 'Gateway to the Isles'. Achnadrish is situated 45 minutes drive from the ferry port at Craignure just off a public single-track road. We are in a rural area so public transport is limited but there are buses which pass the door every day. We do recommend you have your own car. Guest AccessFree Wifi, shared games room with snooker, table tennis and darts, shared bonfire/BBQ area. Interaction with GuestsWe are on hand to help you arrange your holiday with plenty advice and top tips of where to go and what to see. The NeighborhoodThe highly regarded Isle of Mull has much to offer the visitor, from stunning white beaches, to thousands of acres of wilderness. The wildlife here is second to none with eagles, otters, deer, adders, dolphins, and minke whales all commonly spotted to name but a few. Getting AroundTake the ferry to Mull from the large town of Oban 'Gateway to the Isles'. Achnadrish is situated 45 minutes drive from the ferry port at Craignure just off a public single-track road. We are in a rural area so public transport is limited but there are buses which pass the door every day. We do recommend you have your own car. Other Things to NoteWe prefer 7 day lets April to September but do contact me to see if I can offer short breaks, especially if there is availability last minute. Pets welcome.
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The SpaceWhite House Lodge is our beautiful holiday home on the Isle of Coll in the Inner Hebrides. Originally a farmers cottage, we have extended outward and upwards to create a modern and light, eco friendly, 4 bedroomed, 3 bathroomed luxury holiday property. The house sits 400 yards from the North shore of this beautiful, yet rugged, island. It is completely private with the closest neighbour out of sight 400 yards away. You have ample parking and outdoor space to enjoy your holiday - the house is surrounded by flowery meadows and the occasional highland cow. Inside you benefit from feature designer lighting, White Company linen, Le Creuset saucepans, expansive deck, ensuite wet rooms, undefloor heating, Morso log burner and sea views from nearly every room. On the ground floor there are two ensuite double bedrooms, a house bathroom (with feature bath and separate shower), utility room (with washer and dryer) and a living/kitchen/diner. The kitchen is well equipped with every utensil that you may ever need, while the lounge has a 40" flatscreen TV (with Sky+) and log burner. Upstairs you have two twin rooms - both with a seaside theme. Whether it is a summer holiday taking advantage of the 23 deserted beaches or a winter break snuggled up in front of the log burner, White House Lodge is the place for you. Please search for White House Lodge Isle of Coll on a search engine to find up to date availability. This calendar is not updated.
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The SpaceLarge double room with ensuite shower room in traditional-style cottage in fabulous location by the coast with views over Loch Tuath to the Isle of Ulva and the Treshnish Islands. An extra mattress on the floor can be provided for an additional charge. Cooked breakfast is served in the farmhouse style kitchen with Aga, and features local, seasonal produce: home-baked bread , eggs from own hens and Isle of Mull dry-cured bacon. Other dietary requirements by prior agreement. Lip na Cloiche has a wonderful garden, featured in numerous magazines, including Country Living and The English Garden. It is on a steep slope and planted with a huge range of shrubs and herbaceous, and is maintained solely by Lucy. There is a wonderful seating area at the top to enjoy the view and watch for wildlife: there are frequent sightings of eagles and otters. Lucy also makes cards and crafts from driftwood and other found objects, a selection is for sale at the cottage. Ballygown Bay – 200 metres in front of the cottage – is sheltered and great for launching kyacks to explore the coast and neighbouring islands. The hills behind the cottage provide excellent hillwalking. Lip na Cloiche is an ideal stop-off point for cyclists on the west coast. It is also an excellent base from which to explore the offshore islands. Ulva Ferry is 2 ½ miles away: there is a ferry over to the Isle of Ulva – wonderful for walking, wildlife and the renowned Boathouse Restaurant. Sea trips to Staffa, the Treshnish Islands and Iona also leave from Ulva Ferry, also sea eagle viewing trips. Ballygown restaurant (BYOB) is just down the road for excellent evening meals in friendly location. Guest AccessSitting room with open fire. Guests unfortunately do not have access to kitchen. Interaction with GuestsLucy is always around to give advice on things to see and do, The NeighborhoodWonderful coastal views and peaceful location. Getting AroundNearest public transport 10 miles: cars, bikes and electric bikes can be hired on the island. There is also a community bus, and taxis can be hired.
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The SpaceAvailable on a minimum 2 nightly rental the Tower rooms is a great space for families or friends sharing. The apartment occupies the turrets and main tower of the Castle and offers access to the roof to take in the great views. Located in the upper floors of the castle, be warned there is plenty of stairs to the sitting room! The main sitting room has a wood burning stove, for the cold winter nights, but the whole flat is centrally heated. The original cast iron bath sits in the middle of the bathroom looking out to the sea, the bathroom also has a walk in power shower. Breakfast is available in the main castle dining room at an extra charge, or can be ordered and brought to your apartment. Guest AccessGuests have a self contained apartment, comprising 2 bedroom, 3 reception rooms, bathroom and kitchen. Internet access is available, as is breakfast. All towels and linen are supplied. Interaction with GuestsOn arrival we will show you the apartment, castle library, hall and dining rooms. There is no formal reception or room service but our office is manned Monday to Friday and there is always somebody else about if needed. The NeighborhoodStunning remote location set on a extensive Scottish estate. We have a wildlife steward who is available for guided walks. We have a coffee shop on the estate, open seasonally, between 10am and 5 pm daily. 5 miles away is the Tobermory with a number of restaurants if you would like to eat out. Getting AroundLimited public transport, really beneficial to have a car. Local taxis are available. Other Things to NoteHave a look at our website (URL HIDDEN) Images of the Turret Flat will be online as soon as we have them.
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    Self-catering detached log house in a stunning location beside the sea with spectacular views across the bay. In a quiet location, set in spacious grassy grounds leading down to the sea, this is a comfortable and well-equipped family home for two to five people. Ask for a reduced price if booking for only two guests.
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    Located on the Northern tip of the Isle of Mull, Glengorm is a fairytale castle, complete with towers and turrets. Relax in the library and sample whisky from our complimentary collection. Enjoy the warming fire while you view the sunset. Breakfast is served in the dining room, made from local produce from our farm and other local suppliers. Glengorm is a walker paradise with miles of craggy coastline, cliffs, hills and forests. The Glengorm Coffee Shop is a short walk where we serve lunches and snacks. The Western Isles of Scotland are idyllic and unique. The long summer nights, sailing, fishing and mountains make it dramatic with scenery unlike anywhere else. Mull itself has its own special wildlife and is the proud home of the hen harrier.
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    Located on the Northern tip of the Isle of Mull, Glengorm is a fairytale castle, complete with towers and turrets. Relax in the library and sample whisky from our complimentary collection. Enjoy the warming fire while you view the sunset. Breakfast is served in the dining room, made from local produce from our farm and other local suppliers. Glengorm is a walker paradise with miles of craggy coastline, cliffs, hills and forests. The Glengorm Coffee Shop is a short walk where we serve lunches and snacks. The Western Isles of Scotland are idyllic and unique. The long summer nights, sailing, fishing and mountains make it dramatic with scenery unlike anywhere else. Mull itself has its own special wildlife and is the proud home of the hen harrier. A spectacular caslte overlooking the Atlantic on the Isle of Mull. 4 ensuite king size rooms and a private turret suite for 4.
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    The Terrace flat is set on the ground level of the sea facing lawns of the castle. It is arrange in a linear design so that all rooms face the sea. There are spectacular views over the North Atlantic to the Outer Hebrides from every room. There is also a deep Victorian pedestal bath – perfect for soaking in after a hard day's fishing or walking. The kitchen houses what was once the castle strong room, complete with a solid steel door. The Western Isles of Scotland are idyllic and unique. The long summer nights, sailing, fishing and mountains make it dramatic with scenery unlike anywhere else. Mull itself has its own special wildlife and is the proud home of the hen harrier. A castle apartment with views over lawns and ocean. A great place for families with wide open lawns and endless hills, forest and coastline to explore.
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    1br b&b
    • Pets Allowed
    The Ardmore suite at Glengorm Castle. A cosy double with ensuite overlooking the Atlantic ocean. The view from Ardmore is breathtaking. On a clear night the sun sinks into the sea in front of you. Ardmore is one of Glengorm Castle's 6 suites. Glengorm, set on the northern tip of The Isle of Mull is a Victorian castle complete with fairytale towers and turrets. The estate itself is 5,000 acres of forests, hills and craggy coastline. Nearby to the castle is our award winning Glengorm Coffee Shop where we prepare freshly sourced food from our own gardens, the estate and island. Fresh beef, venison and fish. 4 miles from the castle is the colourful town of Tobermory, the captial of the island. Here you'll find many restaurants and shops, galleries and pubs. In the summer it is host to the highland games and yachting races bringing many into harbour. Wonderful for couples looking for a romantic escape. Enjoy a dram in the whisky library and a freshly made Scottish breakfast in the morning in the dining hall.
    b&b
    1br b&b
    • Pets Allowed
    Located on the Northern tip of the Isle of Mull, Glengorm is a fairytale castle, complete with towers and turrets. Relax in the library and sample whisky from our complimentary collection. Enjoy the warming fire while you view the sunset. Breakfast is served in the dining room, made from local produce from our farm and other local suppliers. Glengorm is a walker paradise with miles of craggy coastline, cliffs, hills and forests. The Glengorm Coffee Shop is a short walk where we serve lunches and snacks. The Western Isles of Scotland are idyllic and unique. The long summer nights, sailing, fishing and mountains make it dramatic with scenery unlike anywhere else. Mull itself has its own special wildlife and is the proud home of the hen harrier. A spectacular caslte overlooking the Atlantic on the Isle of Mull. 4 ensuite king size rooms and a private turret suite for 4.
    b&b
    1br b&b
    • Pets Allowed
    The Crannach suite at Glengorm Castle. A unique double with ensuite overlooking the castle lawns. The view from Crannach takes in the hills and forest of Glengorm Estate. From the library and lawns you can enjoy views out to the Outer Hebrides. Crannach is one of Glengorm Castle's 6 suites. Glengorm, set on the northern tip of The Isle of Mull is a Victorian castle complete with fairytale towers and turrets. The estate itself is 5,000 acres of forests, hills and craggy coastline. Nearby to the castle is our award winning Glengorm Coffee Shop where we prepare freshly sourced food from our own gardens, the estate and island. Fresh beef, venison and fish. 4 miles from the castle is the colourful town of Tobermory, the captial of the island. Here you'll find many restaurants and shops, galleries and pubs. In the summer it is host to the highland games and yachting races bringing many into harbour. The Western Isles of Scotland are idyllic and unique. The long summer nights, sailing, fishing and mountains make it dramatic with scenery unlike anywhere else. Mull itself has its own special wildlife and is the proud home of the hen harrier. Wonderful for couples and families looking for a dramatic Scottish retreat. Enjoy a dram in the whisky library and a freshly made Scottish breakfast in the morning in the dining hall.
    cottage
    Excellent
    1 review
    2br cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    The Lodge is situated at the main gates and driveway up to Glengorm Castle. It's warm and cosy with an open fire. The cottage surrounded by Rhododendron which looks spectacular throughout the Spring months. The Castle lawns are a few minutes walk away, as is the coffee shop, a great place for lunch and the hub for learning out about wildlife sightings around the estate. The Western Isles of Scotland are idyllic and unique. The long summer nights, sailing, fishing and mountains make it dramatic with scenery unlike anywhere else. Mull itself has its own special wildlife and is the proud home of the hen harrier. A snug cottage for families. On the northern tip of Mull, on Glengorm Estate. A great base for exploring the beauty of Glengorm and the island.
    cottage
    1br cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    Dunara is the perfect cottage for couples. Warm and cosy with an open fire and views out to sea. The cottage is close to Glengorm Castle and its walled gardens. Forests, hills and rugged coastline are all a short walk from the door. A few minutes from the cottage are the standing stones and beyond there, the celtic fort of Dun Ara, from which the cottage gets its name. The Western Isles of Scotland are idyllic and unique. The long summer nights, sailing, fishing and mountains make it dramatic with scenery unlike anywhere else. Mull itself has its own special wildlife and is the proud home of the hen harrier. A cosy cottage on Glengorm Estate, Isle of Mull. 15 minute walk to the sea. Close to walled gardens and coffee shop.
    apt. / condo
    2br apt. / condo
      The Tower Rooms is a newly refurbished serviced apartment within Glengorm castle. The apartment is situated at the top of the main hall stairs. As well as the apartment and turrets, guest have use of the library, hall and dining room. Feel free to stoke the fire, enjoy a complimentary dram form our whisky collection or just enjoy the sunset. The apartment itself has 2 bedrooms, one with superkingsize bed and one with a double bed. Available on a nightly basis the suite has access to the original tower built in 1860 and roof access looking over the turrets. Near the top of the tower is the compass rooom, a secluded chamber that offers views in all 4 directions; across Glengorm, Mull and beyond to the outer Hebrides. Please note: Being situated in the tower this accommodation has a lot of stairs. Breakfast in the castle dining room is ÂŁ15 per person and ÂŁ5 for ages 12 and under. (Available when the bed and breakfast is open). The Western Isles of Scotland are idyllic and unique. The long summer nights, sailing, fishing and mountains make it dramatic with scenery unlike anywhere else. Mull itself has its own special wildlife and is the proud home of the hen harrier. A self contained, serviced apartment in the turrets of a Victorian Castle. On the northern tip of the Isle of Mull, overlooking the Atlantic.
      house
      3br house
      • Pets Allowed
      This stone built mid-terraced cottage in the south-west corner of the beautiful Morvern Peninsula sleeps five people across three bedrooms. 5 Larachbeg is steeped in rural charm and is a stone built terrace cottage. The house was first built with the purpose of housing workers who were labouring at Ardtornish estate nearby but that was over 100 years ago. The property has been lovingly updated and has a large modern kitchen/dining area where everyone can gather round in the evening time. The property has 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom, 1 single bedroom and 1 bathroom. There's also a wood burner in the living room so if it gets a little chilly you can cosy up next to it! Lovely views of the surrounding forests, woods and hills can all be seen from this house. Amenities: Oil central heating with woodburner in sitting room. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer (in shed), washing machine, TV, DVD, radio/CD player, selection of books, games, DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack of fuel for open fire inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Stairgate. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lawned garden to rear, gravel front garden with garden furniture and BBQ. Three well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 3 miles. Note: Check-in 4pm. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: The quiet village of Lochaline lies on the Morven Peninsula, which is famous for being one of Britain's most remote areas. Lochaline also overlooks the shiny waters of the Sound of Mull. The charming village of Lochaline is perched next to the very start of the sea loch and is well served by various shops including a post office. There are some delicious treats to be had at the village snack bar, a sophisticated hotel to go and have drinks in the lobby at, a seafood restaurant serving some of Scotland's freshest fish and a popular diving school as well. The idyllic Isle Of Mull is also incredibly easy to get to and there's a car ferry leaving regularly to take tourists over in the holiday season. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This stone built mid-terraced cottage in the south-west corner of the beautiful Morvern Peninsula sleeps five people across three bedrooms. 5 Larachbeg is steeped in rural charm and is a stone built terrace cottage. The house was first built with the purpose of housing workers who were labouring at Ardtornish estate nearby but that was over 100 years ago. The property has been lovingly updated and has a large modern kitchen/dining area where everyone can gather round in the evening time. The property has 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom, 1 single bedroom and 1 bathroom. There's also a wood burner in the living room so if it gets a little chilly you can cosy up next to it! Lovely views of the surrounding forests, woods and hills can all be seen from this house. Amenities: Oil central heating with woodburner in sitting room. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer (in shed), washing machine, TV, DVD, radio/CD player, selection of books, games, DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack of fuel for open fire inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Stairgate. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lawned garden to rear, gravel front garden with garden furniture and BBQ. Three well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 3 miles. Note: Check-in 4pm. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: The quiet village of Lochaline lies on the Morven Peninsula, which is famous for being one of Britain's most remote areas. Lochaline also overlooks the shiny waters of the Sound of Mull. The charming village of Lochaline is perched next to the very start of the sea loch and is well served by various shops including a post office. There are some delicious treats to be had at the village snack bar, a sophisticated hotel to go and have drinks in the lobby at, a seafood restaurant serving some of Scotland's freshest fish and a popular diving school as well. The idyllic Isle Of Mull is also incredibly easy to get to and there's a car ferry leaving regularly to take tourists over in the holiday season. Additional amenities include: cooker.
      cabin
      1br cabin
      • Pets Allowed
      We are a small family run business with four lodges set in the grounds of our home on the outskirts of Dervaig. Rowan and Sycamore Lodges are a pair of semi-detached one bedroom lodges that sleep 2/4 in a double room and a sofa bed in the lounge. We accept bookings for all our lodges for three nights from Friday or four nights from Monday (this allows greater flexibility for guests, giving options of 3 or 4 night short breaks, 7, 10, 11 or 14 nights from either Friday or Monday. During the winter we will accept any booking subject to a minimum 3 night tariff. We are open all year, we accept dogs with well behaved owners. Rowan Lodge is a new build lodge with views over our garden and the hills beyond. Please see our website for full availability details for this lodge; Beech Lodge is available November to March, subject only to a minimum 3 night stay. For the Summer months, April to October it is available for three nights from a Friday or four nights from a Monday (this allows greater flexibility for guests, giving options of 3 or 4 night short breaks, 7, 10, 11 or 14 nights from either Friday or Monday. The dog fee, GBP 15.00, is per dog per stay We are situated in open countryside on the outskirts of the village of Dervaig; seven miles from Tobermory and in the heart of NW Mull.
      cabin
      1br cabin
      • Pets Allowed
      We are a small family run business with four lodges set in the grounds of our home on the outskirts of Dervaig. Rowan and Sycamore Lodges are a pair of semi-detached one bedroom lodges that sleep 2/4 in a double room and a sofa bed in the lounge. We accept bookings for Sycamore Lodge on a weekly basis, Saturday to Saturday, from Easter until the end of October. Rowan Lodge is bookable for three nights from a Friday or four nights from a Monday (this allows greater flexibility for guests, giving options of 3 or 4 night short breaks, 7, 10, 11 or 14 nights from either Friday or Monday. During the winter we will accept any booking subject to a minimum 3 night tariff. We are open all year, we accept dogs with well behaved owners. Sycamore Lodge is a new build lodge with views over our garden and the hills beyond Please see our website for full availability details for this lodge; Beech Lodge is available November to March, subject only to a minimum 3 night stay. For the Summer months, April to October it is available for three nights from a Friday or four nights from a Monday (this allows greater flexibility for guests, giving options of 3 or 4 night short breaks, 7, 10, 11 or 14 nights from either Friday or Monday. The dog fee, GBP 15.00, is per dog per stay Sycamore Lodge is set in the garden of our home on the edge of Dervaig, seven miles from Tobermory with easy access to Calgary Bay and in the heart of NW Mull.
      cabin
      2br cabin
      • Pets Allowed
      We are a small family run business with four lodges set in the grounds of our home on the outskirts of Dervaig. Willow Lodge is a two bedroom lodge that sleeps 4 in a double room and a twin room. From Easter until the end of October we accept bookings for all lodges for three nights from a Friday or four nights from a Monday (this allows greater flexibility for guests, giving options of 3 or 4 night short breaks, 7, 10, 11 or 14 nights from either Friday or Monday. During the winter we will accept any booking subject to a minimum 3 night tariff. We are open all year, we accept dogs with well behaved owners. Please see our website for full availability details for this lodge; Beech Lodge is available November to March, subject only to a minimum 3 night stay. For the Summer months, April to October it is available for three nights from a Friday or four nights from a Monday (this allows greater flexibility for guests, giving options of 3 or 4 night short breaks, 7, 10, 11 or 14 nights from either Friday or Monday. The dog fee, GBP 15.00, is per dog per stay We are situated in open countryside on the outskirts of the village of Dervaig; seven miles from Tobermory and in the heart of NW Mull.
      cabin
      3br cabin
      • Pets Allowed
      We are a small family run business with four lodges set in the grounds of our home on the outskirts of Dervaig. Beech Lodge is a three bedroom log cabin with large open plan living room/dining room and kitchen. Willow Lodge is a two bedroom log cabin with large open plan living room/dining room and kitchen. Rowan and Sycamore Lodges are a pair of semi-detached one bedroom lodges that sleep 2/4 in a double room and a sofa bed in the lounge. We accept bookings for all Lodges for three nights from a Friday or four nights from a Monday (this allows greater flexibility for guests, giving options of 3 or 4 night short breaks, 7, 10, 11 or 14 nights from either Friday or Monday. During the winter we will accept any booking subject to a minimum 3 night tariff. We are open all year, we accept dogs with well behaved owners. Please see our website for full availability details for this lodge; Beech Lodge is available November to March, subject only to a minimum 3 night stay. For the Summer months, April to October it is available for three nights from a Friday or four nights from a Monday (this allows greater flexibility for guests, giving options of 3 or 4 night short breaks, 7, 10, 11 or 14 nights from either Friday or Monday. The dog fee, GBP 15.00, is per dog per stay We are situated in open countryside on the outskirts of the village of Dervaig; seven miles from Tobermory and in the heart of NW Mull. We are within walking distance of the village with its shop, pub and amenities.
      lodge
      Excellent
      22 reviews
      1br lodge
      • Pets Allowed
      Janet and I live on site, next door to our lodges. This enables us to give our guests a personal service. We take great pride in our lodges and are responsive to all of our guests needs. We prepare the lodges for your arrival, are here when you arrive, we show you round your accommodation and are available to assist you if required. All lodges are fully furnished and are equipped to a very high standard. This lodge, new in 2009, comprises entrance hall, kitchen/diner, double bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor. A flight of stairs leads to the first floor living area with panoramic views of the local countryside. The living area also has a very comfortable sofabed. Please see our website for full availability details for this lodge; Beech Lodge is available November to March, subject only to a minimum 3 night stay. For the Summer months, April to October it is available for three nights from a Friday or four nights from a Monday (this allows greater flexibility for guests, giving options of 3 or 4 night short breaks, 7, 10, 11 or 14 nights from either Friday or Monday. The dog fee, GBP 15.00, is per dog per stay The isle of Mull is home to Duart Castle, seat of the Clan Maclean. There are many festivals, including Mull Music Festival (last weekend in April), Mull & Iona Wild Life Week (2nd week in May); Mendelssohn on Mull (1st week in July); MacLean Gathering 18-24th June; Mull and iona Food Festival (1st week in September) and Mull Rally (2nd weekend in October) as well as Rugby Sevens, Highland Games, Yachting Week, Agricultural Shows at Bunessan and Salen, a Half Marathon and the local Mod. This lodge is set in the extensive gardens of our own home outside the village of Dervaig with access to a village store, post office and a hotel serving excellent food throughout the day. Dogs are welcome.
      lodge
      Excellent
      28 reviews
      2br lodge
      • Pets Allowed
      Janet and I live on site, next door to our lodges. This enables us to give our guests a personal service. We take great pride in our lodges and are responsive to all of our guests needs. We prepare the lodges for your arrival, are here when you arrive, we show you round your accommodation and are available to assist you if required. All lodges are fully furnished and are equipped to a very high standard. This lodge comprises a double bedroom and a twin bedroom, a large kitchen/dining/living room, wetroom and outdoor balcony area.The kitchen is fully equipped with an electric hob and oven, fridge, microwave and toaster. There is a separate freezer in the porch. This lodge is set in the extensive gardens of our own home outside the village of Dervaig with access to a village store, post office and a hotel serving excellent food throughout the day. Dogs are welcome. There is an additional charge of ÂŁ15 per dog per stay. The isle of Mull is home to Duart Castle, seat of the Clan Maclean. There are many festivals, including Mull Music Festival (last weekend in April), Mull & Iona Wild Life Week (2nd week in May); Mendelssohn on Mull (1st week in July); MacLean Gathering 18-24th June; Mull and iona Food Festival (1st week in September) and Mull Rally (2nd weekend in October) as well as Rugby Sevens, Highland Games, Yachting Week, Agricultural Shows at Bunessan and Salen, a Half Marathon and the local Mod. This lodge is set in the extensive gardens of our own home outside the village of Dervaig with access to a village store, post office and a hotel serving excellent food throughout the day. Dogs are welcome.
      lodge
      Excellent
      16 reviews
      3br lodge
      • Pets Allowed
      Janet and I live on site, next door to our lodges. This enables us to give our guests a personal service. We take great pride in our lodges and are responsive to all of our guests needs. We prepare the lodges for your arrival, are here when you arrive, we show you round your accommodation and are available to assist you if required. All lodges are fully furnished and are equipped to a very high standard.This lodge comprises a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, a room with bunk beds, a galley kitchen, a large lounge/dining room, wetroom and outdoor balcony area.The kitchen is fully equipped with an electric hob and oven, fridge, microwave and toaster. There is an additional charge of ÂŁ15 per dog per stay. The isle of Mull is home to Duart Castle, seat of the Clan Maclean. There are many festivals, including Mull Music Festival (last weekend in April), Mull & Iona Wild Life Week (2nd week in May); Mendelssohn on Mull (1st week in July); MacLean Gathering 18-24th June; Mull and iona Food Festival (1st week in September) and Mull Rally (2nd weekend in October) as well as Rugby Sevens, Highland Games, Yachting Week, Agricultural Shows at Bunessan and Salen, a Half Marathon and the local Mod.
      lodge
      Excellent
      36 reviews
      1br lodge
      • Pets Allowed
      Janet and I live on site, next door to our lodges. This enables us to give our guests a personal service. We take great pride in our lodges and are responsive to all of our guests needs. We prepare the lodges for your arrival, are here when you arrive, we show you round your accommodation and are available to assist you if required. All lodges are fully furnished and are equipped to a very high standard. This lodge, new in 2009, comprises entrance hall, kitchen/diner, double bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor. A flight of stairs leads to the first floor living area with panoramic views of the local countryside. The living area also has a very comfortable sofabed. There is an additional charge of ÂŁ15 per dog per stay. The isle of Mull is home to Duart Castle, seat of the Clan Maclean. There are many festivals, including Mull Music Festival (last weekend in April), Mull & Iona Wild Life Week (2nd week in May); Mendelssohn on Mull (1st week in July); MacLean Gathering 18-24th June; Mull and iona Food Festival (1st week in September) and Mull Rally (2nd weekend in October) as well as Rugby Sevens, Highland Games, Yachting Week, Agricultural Shows at Bunessan and Salen, a Half Marathon and the local Mod. This lodge is set in the extensive gardens of our own home outside the village of Dervaig with access to a village store, post office and a hotel serving excellent food throughout the day. Dogs are welcome.
      cottage
      Excellent
      11 reviews
      4br cottage
        White House Lodge is an award winning high spec self-catering holiday cottage on the Isle of Coll in the Inner Hebrides, on Scotland's West Coast. *** Winner of Daily Telegraph Homebuilders Award for best Conversion 2013 *** Built in the 19th Century, this former farm workers cottage had been lived in until the 1950's. On abandonment the cottage soon became derelict and remained in a ruinous state until a major refurbishment began in 2008. White House Lodge refurbishment was completed in Spring 2012 and has re-emerged as an eco friendly, high spec, four bedroomed house, sleeping eight, suitable for summer holidays and winter retreats. The Isle of Coll is a rugged and beautiful island that benefits from an abundance of spectacular beaches and varied flora and fauna. Due to the low population of around two hundred residents, there is little pressure on the local environment. As a result visitors benefit from truly being able to escape. Empty beaches, lack of traffic and clean air are just some of the attractions. Apart from the abundance of white sandy beaches, the island has a host of other attractions. There are spectacular views across to the Treshnish Isles to the South and of the Small Isles and Outer Hebrides to the North. If you get a chance to go out on a boat, seeing basking sharks, minke whales and diving gannets are just some of the treats in store for you. If you fancy a meal out, try the Coll Hotel for it's great food, including many local seafood options. The bar has plenty of locally produced ales from Loch Fyne and many whiskies for you to sample. There are two convenience stores that provide all your essentials as well as locally produced beef and lamb. Private location on the Isle of Coll, Inner Hebrides. Sea views, Log burning stove, Two double bedrooms with wet rooms attached, Two Twin Rooms, Large deck area with outdoor furniture, Free WIFI
        bungalow
        Okay
        8 reviews
        2br bungalow
        • Pets Allowed
        The Old Powerhouse self-catering accommodation situated two miles from Tobermory on the Isle of Mull with far reaching views of the isle of Coll and the outer hebrides on a clear night and occasional views of the Aurora (northern lights} . The holiday house is in a superbly located position set on the Glengorm Estate amidst beautiful West Highland scenery. You are assured of completely stunning scenery and can explore your Highland retreat at leisure. The Old Powerhouse was built in World War II as a generator station (powerhouse) to provide electricity to the masts at the top of Cnoc Fuar on the Glengorm Estate, a vital part to naval communications in the Western Isles. In 1983 the building was purchased from the estate and fully renovated turning it into a luxury four bed roomed bungalow. In 2008 we bought the bungalow and turned it into a luxury two bed roomed self catering accommodation with adjoining bungalow in which we live. The Accommodation is equipped to 3* standards, sleeps 4 people and consists of a large double bedroom, twin bedded room, kitchen including cooker, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge and seating for four people. The water is natural spring water perfect for drinking and bathing. There is a sitting room with sky television and wireless internet. Bathroom including bath with shower over. Electricity, Bed linen & towels are included in the price of the accommodation, cot and high chair available on request. in the autumn and winter months there is great views of the deer rutting in the valley below and grazing in the winter months whilst the hen harriers and short eared owls fly the heather laid areas looking for prey. Dogs welcome for extra charge There are many activities and attractions available within easy reach of The Old Powerhouse which is a fantastic base for a wildlife, walking or cycling holiday. Walks are plentiful and wildlife abounds in every direction. There are many cycle paths on the Glengorm Estate and around Loch Frisa (home to our celebrity White-tailed Eagles). On arrival we can provide you with a free map of some of the more popular cycling and walking routes on the island. Your hosts Tim and Debi are able to book Wildlife Tours, Walking Tours and Boat Trips for you. Please just ask and we'll do everything we can to ensure you get the most out of your holiday on the Isle of Mull. far reaching views ,
        farmhouse barn
        Excellent
        10 reviews
        4br farmhouse barn
        • Pets Allowed
        ** Weekly only between June & September, otherwise minimum stay 3 nights (e.g. arrive Fri depart Mon). Maximum stay 4 weeks - Departure/Arrival Sunday during high season ** Situated on a hillside of the Ross of Mull to the south of the island, Beach House offers uninterrupted views across Loch Scridain to the 3,000-foot Ben More mountain – the tallest on the island. Deer are frequently spotted around the house and the shoreline boasts a family of otters, with seals and even the occasional sea eagle being spotted high above, floating on rising summer thermals. Beach House ('be-ach' being a Gaelic word for Bee rather than a sandy shoreline) is generously proportioned. It boasts one of the most spectacular views on the Isle of Mull and is undoubtedly a holiday hotspot for people with a love of wildlife, breathtaking scenery and an enthusiasm for the great outdoors. We're pet/dog friendly too. The former farmhouse sleeps up to eight adults or a combination of adults and kids in four bedrooms. There is also a cot for infants. Detailed facilities information is on our website. Approx 45 minutes from Tobermory and just 15 minutes to the Iona Ferry. We only accept one week bookings between June and September. 6 or 7 Nights Stays are typically 6 or 7 nights with visitors arriving on a Friday or Saturday after 4pm and leaving on the following Friday by 10am. 3 or 4 Nights Beach House can be booked for shorter stays (e.g. 3 nights - Friday to Monday or 4 nights -Monday to Friday) but no less than three nights, subject to availability. To discuss just contact us. The Isle of Mull has much to offer. The largest town on Mull is Tobermory, more recently made famous by the children's programme “Balamory�. Here you will find restaurants, deli/bakery, pottery, chocolate shop, distillery, supermarket and much more. Across Mull are other enjoyable eateries offering a range of food choices. Nearby in Bunessan there is a shop for re-stocking self-catering supplies as well as a hotel offering meals. Fionnphort is where you can catch a ferry on frequent crossings to the Island of Iona and the Keel Row pub back on Mull has a good choice of bar or restaurant service. Iona also sports a number of good eateries. As well as a number of places to eat, Craignure now offers a swimming pool, the first on the Island and a great resource for letting kids expend some energy whilst the parents get pampered. The island offers excellent opportunities to see a variety of wildlife -- from otters and eagles to dolphins, deer and even what watching at the right time of year. Some days you can even watch basking sharks come into the protected sea lochs to sift through the waters for plankton. The former farmhouse sleeps 8 adults or a mix of adults and kids in four bedrooms. There's also a cot for infants. With spectacular views of the Isle of Mull it's undoubtedly a holiday hotspot for people with a love of wildlife & breathtaking scenery. We accept accept a minimum 6 night stay arriving Fri (7 nights) or Sat (6 nights) & departing the next Fri.
        cottage
        Excellent
        11 reviews
        3br cottage
          This 3 bedroom (1 double, 1 twin and 1 with bunk beds) double glazed, semi-bungalow has a large lounge, a good sized kitchen with dining area, a bathroom and an en-suite shower room. The rear garden of the house has a spectacular 180 degree view of the Sound of Mull and of the island of Mull. The house is well appointed with a 'green' air source heat pump central heating system plus some additional electric radiators and a log fire in the lounge. The modern kitchen has a ceramic hob and oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, and a dishwasher. There is also a washing machine. There is a very efficient tumble dryer at the laundry next to the shop. The lounge has a 32 inch TV (with Freeview channels), DVD player and an excellent CD system with an i-pod docking station. The bathroom has an electric shower and an electric heater and there is an en-suite shower room accessed from the twin bedroom. Towels, linen and a hair-dryer are provided. To take advantage of the stunning views a fourteen sq metre conservatory was built in autumn 2007. The cottage provides an ideal opportunity to relax in a spectacular and peaceful Highland setting. The village nevertheless has many amenities including a small supermarket and petrol filling station, a dive centre with a cafe/bistro, a hotel which serves bar meals, an award-winning local produce restaurant and a social club (temporary memberships available). Lochaline is a small Highland village with surprisingly good amenities and is the main settlement in the Morvern peninsula, which lies just beneath Ardnamurchan and across the sound of Mull from the Isle of Mull. It is about an hour by car from the main town of Fort William. Very comfortable property in a Highland village setting. Wonderful views from the house and the village itself. Great for walks, jogging, fishing, diving and mountain biking. Easy access from the village by ferry to Mull/Tobermory and onward to Ulva, Staffa and Iona.
          house
          Excellent
          3 reviews
          3br house
          • Pets Allowed
          The Wing forms one end of Achnadrish House, an old shooting lodge now converted to form a family home and 2 self catering units. The newly refurbished Wing sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms and offers warm and comfortable accommodation with everything you would need, from which to base your holiday on this wonderful island! Heating and hot water supplied by local wood chip for your comfort. Mull is a wildlife paradise and Achnadrish is handily located only 5 miles from the main town of Tobermory, yet with a sense of the wilderness that makes Mull so special. Red deer, Otters, Golden and Sea eagles are all regularly sighted in this area, a natural haven. Walking, cycling, hill climbing, and beach combing, Mull is the ultimate get away from it all holiday. Short Breaks available. The Isle of Mull, on Scotlands beautiful West Coast, is fast gaining an outstanding reputation as the place to go to see wildlife, having featured on TV on Spring watch, Ray Mears and a 3 part series on the Hebridess this year alone. The island is unspoilt raw wilderness, where you will see Eagles (Golden and Sea), Red Deer, Otters, a wide variety of bird species especially raptors and owls. Take a boat trip with one of our expert guides and you will discover the rich diversity of marine wildlife to be found here, Minke Whales, Harbour porpoises, Bottle-nose dolphins, Common dolphins, Grey and Common seals and Basking sharks are all frequently seen in the waters around Mull. There are mountains to climb, miles of tracks to cycle or walk, wonderful fresh sea food restaurants, beaches to comb and fabulous photographic opportunities around very corner. Achnadrish House Self Catering offers 2 comfortable 'Wings' of this former shooting lodge located in the Wilds of North Mull, yet only 5 miles from all the amenities of the colourful harbour town of Tobermory. The Wing sleeps 6 and the White Cabin sleeps 2. Short breaks available.
          studio
          -1br studio
            The White Cabin forms one end of Achnadrish House, an old shooting lodge now converted to form a family home and 2 self catering units. The newly refurbished White Cabin sleeps 2 in a sitting room/bedroom and offers warm and comfortable accommodation with everything you would need, from which to base your holiday on this wonderful island! Heating and hot water supplied by local wood chip for your comfort. Mull is a wildlife paradise and Achnadrish is handily located only 5 miles from the main town of Tobermory, yet with a sense of the wilderness that makes Mull so special. Red deer, Otters, Golden and Sea eagles are all regularly sighted in this area, a natural haven. Walking, cycling, hill climbing, and beach combing, Mull is the ultimate get away from it all holiday. The Isle of Mull, on Scotlands beautiful West Coast, is fast gaining an outstanding reputation as the place to go to see wildlife, having featured on TV on Spring watch, Ray Mears and a 3 part series on the Hebridess this year alone. The island is unspoilt raw wilderness, where you will see Eagles (Golden and Sea), Red Deer, Otters, a wide variety of bird species especially raptors and owls. Take a boat trip with one of our expert guides and you will discover the rich diversity of marine wildlife to be found here, Minke Whales, Harbour porpoises, Bottle-nose dolphins, Common dolphins, Grey and Common seals and Basking sharks are all frequently seen in the waters around Mull. There are mountains to climb, miles of tracks to cycle or walk, wonderful fresh sea food restaurants, beaches to comb and fabulous photographic opportunities around very corner.
            camper van
            Excellent
            13 reviews
            2br camper van
              Come to the Isle of Mull on Scotland's wild West Coast and tour this wonderful island in one of our fully equipped Camper Vans. With 300 miles of pristine Coast line, turquoise blue seas with white sandy beaches, wild landscapes, castles, mountains to climb and an fascinating heritage to explore, the Isle of Mull will give you a sense of the wild which you can really appreciate from the comfort of a Camper Van. The Bongo is really easy to drive on the single track roads to be found in Mull, as well as being compact, it is also cleverly designed for your comfort. Unlike other Camper Van companies everything you would need is included in the one price (awning, chairs, bedding, child car seats - toilet and BBQ can be hired). This means you can save the price of bringing a car over to Mull on the ferry, leave your car in Oban and come over as foot passengers on the ferry. We'll meet you off the ferry at Craignure, get the paperwork sorted, hand over the keys and your adventure can begin! The Camper Van is a 4 berth but please note a double berth is equivalent to a large single bed. There is a double in the pop up roof space, and a double on the rock and roll sofa bed downstairs, and it comes with sink and running water, 2 ring gas cooker, small fridge, large awning with space for an extra mattress if required, bedding, chairs and tables for a fantastic adventure around this amazing island. 4WD, diesel, automatic, the van drives like a car. Chemiloo available for hire if required. Dimensions: Length 4.60 Mtrs Height 2.10 Mtrs Width 1.70 Mtrs Seats 4 Please note handovers and handbacks are Monday to Friday. We can't do weekends unless by special arrangement. Hire a Camper Van to tour the beautiful wild Island of Mull, the largest of the Inner Hebridean Islands on Scotland's West Coast. Go on your own Safari around the island spotting the fantastic wildlife such as red deer, sea and golden eagles, dolphins, whales and otters.
              house
              3br house
                Bayview is a 3 bedroom terraced house overlooking Craignure Bay on the Island of Mull. The house looks out to sea, from the back of the property, from a private garden. Mull has a great variety of wildlife - white tail sea eagles, otters, deer, etc. The house is within walking distance of the ferry terminal (for the Oban ferry). There is no internet in the house but a BT (chargeable, if not a BT broadband customer) hotspot which can be accessed from the house. Comments from the visitor's book :- "Very comfortable stay, spotlessly clean and very well equipped accommodation. Good location, really enjoyed our visit to this beautiful island, we saw a sea eagle fishing at Loch Buie," - June 2016 "This is our second holiday staying in this very comfortable house, clean and tidy with great views from back of the house." "Really enjoyed our stay, the house has a great location, spacious, clean and has all the amenities needed for a comfortable stay. We will be looking to return in the very near future." Craignure is a village and the main ferry port on the Isle of Mull The village is located around Craignure Bay, on Mull's east coast. It has a population of roughly 200 people. There is a shop, Post Office, garage, petrol, Inn, coffe shops and the Isle of Mull Hotel which houses a swimming pool - which is open to the public. Close to the village is Duart Castle. There is also a Visit Scotland Tourist Information office in Craignure.
                cottage
                Excellent
                3 reviews
                3br cottage
                  Creich cottage is a traditional Mull cottage which was completely renovated to a very high standard, opened in the Spring of 2011 The house, which has accommodation for 6 people, is set on a working croft near Kintra. It is situated seven miles from Bunessan and two miles from Fionnphort from where boats run to Iona and Staffa, and there are well-stocked stores, local crafts, restaurants and bars offering all the necessities and more for your holiday. Accommodation for 6 people on Ross of Mull, Isle of Mull, Self Catering. Rural location, Near Isle of Iona, near Isle of Staffa. Lots of walking, wildlife, white sandy beaches, sea eagles, boat trips to Iona, Boat trips to Staffa,
                  caravan/mobile home
                  Excellent
                  10 reviews
                  3br caravan/mobile home
                    Bertha is a 6 berth Ford Rimor Katamarano Motorhome equipped with everything you need for a fabulous trip exploring the beautiful Isle of Mull on Scotland's stunning West Coast. Features include toilet and shower, gas hob and grill, hot and cold water, heater and microwave. All bedding, and insurances included. Bertha is a medium sized Motor home, easy to drive and suitable for couples looking for more space, and groups and families of up to 6 people. The Isle of Mull, recently voted one of the top ten best Islands in Europe by Trip Advisor is a wildlife paradise, unspoilt, with stunning white sand beaches, fantastic views and 300 miles of coast line to explore. We meet you from the ferry in Craignure so you don't need to pay to bring a car over and Bertha is fully equipped so all you need to bring are your clothes and personal items. Food can be bought on the island. There are campsites on the island for hook up or you can 'wild camp'. We also hire out a smaller 4 berth Bongo Camper Van with a pop up roof. Please contact me for any questions and enquiries. Usual terms and conditions for car/van hire apply (eg, hirers must be between the ages of 25 (Age 22-25? Please e-mail me for special conditions) and 75 and have held a licence for a minimum of 2 years) PLEASE NOTE: PICKUP AND DROP OFFS ARE MONDAY TO FRIDAY. WEEKEND COLLECTIONS/DROP OFFS BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT ONLY
                    cottage
                    3br cottage
                    • Pets Allowed
                    BEFORE BOOKING CLICK ON CALL MANAGER BUTTON on the right hand side which will give you details of our number and give us a call to confirm up to date availability. Please note-IF YOU WANT TO BOOK OUR COTTAGE AND THE DATES ARE AVAILABLE CONTACT US Colin & Jackie DIRECT - DO NOT PAY VIA FLIPKEY/TRIPADVISOR as costs are charged. Direct beach access and views of sea and Iona. Tigh-Na-Failte is situated on one of the best positions on the Scottish Isles having a large lawned garden next to a stream with direct access onto our lovely beach famous for its "Split Rock" and surrounded by pink granite and rolling hills covered in seasonal wild flowers including orchids. Securely fenced private garden, direct access to beach.We have amazing views of the sea through to the Isle of Iona from the large lounge which has an open coal / log fire and electric heating, satellite tv (limited stations due to location) & DVD player in lounge and each bedroom. Free Wifi internet access, honesty telephone. There is electric heating in all rooms and individually controlled heated beds. 2 double bedrooms and 1 room with 2 sets of bunks. Ideally sleeps max 6 adults or 4 adults & up to 4 children. We are within short walking distance from the ferry to the beautiful Island of Iona, a Scottish pub, 2 restaurants, provisions shop with fresh bread in the morning and a gift shop. There is very good fishing and the wildlife seen from the cottage includes Otters, Seals, Dolphin, Minky Whale, Basking Sharks and Eagles to name a few.There is a canoe for clients to use (at their own risk as uninsurable!!).The walks in the area are breathtaking including acres of secluded beaches.The boat trip to Staffa is also a walk away (seasonal).Our cottage is privately owned and very homely with a large kitchen, large bathroom, very large lounge with leather sofas to relax on and enjoy the sea views. Bedding & towels available for small charge from housekeepers.Our return client rate is high - you will find out why if you stay! Low rate excludes UK School holiday periods. Shorter periods of stay may be considered when not booked for a full week - please contact owners. Bedding and towels are charged at ÂŁ10 per bed in total for the whole stay (not per day!) to cover the cost of laundering. Tigh-na-Failte is a well known cottage in arguably the best position for sea view and beach access on the Isle of Mull..The walks direct from the cottage are fantastic taking in wonderful views and plenty of wildlife..The area is of outstanding beauty with sandy beaches surrounded by red granite which enhances the unbelievable red sunsets (see picture)..The Keel Row pub, a short walk away, is a true Scottish pub serving local ales and very good food..The Ninth Wave restaurant, a walk away from the cottage, is well known for its fresh sea food taken on the day of serving from the local waters by John and cooked to perfection by his wife Carla. The Isle of Iona is a short ferry away from the cottage. Iona is a world class heritage site including the Iona Abbey.The beaches close to the cottage and on Iona are famous for their beauty some of which are of pure white sand and turquoise sea.Parking at the cottage is FOC and plentiful.A bus service from Oban on the mainland is available.The ferry to the Island of Mull from Oban or Fishnish is regular and run by CALMAC.
                    Bed & Breakfast
                    1br Bed & Breakfast
                    • Wifi
                    • Breakfast
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceOur double room is modern and quiet, you will get a good night's sleep! Guest AccessAccess includes the guest bedroom, shared bathroom and hallways in between. You'll have breakfast at our dining table with views to front and back gardens and beyond. We have WiFi. We have private off road parking in front of the house for your use. Interaction with GuestsIt's always good to meet new people - you'll receive a warm welcome and we can answer any questions about the local area and help you arrange trips, book ferries etc. The NeighborhoodWe have a quiet, friendly neighbourhood. There is one shop and one pub/restaurant a minute's walk away. There are plenty of lovely walks to take around here. We are a stone's throw from Fionnphort Bay and it's just 3 or 4 minutes to walk down to the ferry. Getting AroundThe bus and Iona ferry terminal are just 3 or 4 minutes walk away. If you don't want the walk or struggle with luggage we can give you a lift and pick you up, with advance notice. We can help with any information you need on public transport. Other Things to NoteThe double room has tea and coffee making facilities. We have a cat called Maisie. She is not allowed in the guest room.
                    cottage
                    2br cottage
                    • Pets Allowed
                    Beautiful Cottage with stunning sea and mountain views. . The cottage sits in 40 acres of land in an elevated position overlooking the Sound of Mull and is centrally located for visiting all the island attractions. The cottage has 2 bedrooms with sea views and a sitting room with log burning stove. The underfloor heating keeps the property comfortable on the cooler days. There is a large enclosed garden and beautiful walks from the doorstep.
                    cottage
                    1br cottage
                      Beautiful Cottage with stunning sea and mountain views. . The cottage sits in 40 acres of land in an elevated position overlooking the Sound of Mull and is centrally located for visiting all the island attractions. The cottage has 1 bedroom with sea views and a sitting room with log burning stove. The bedroom features a four poster bed with adjacent bathroom having a large jacuzzi bath, steam shower and sauna. The cottage is kept cosy by underfloor heating This lovely cottage is perfect for relaxing after a day exploring this beautiful island. There is a large enclosed garden and beautiful walks from the doorstep.
                      Bedroom
                      Bedroom
                      • Wifi
                      • Breakfast
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceYou will be offered a wide breakfast choice, Kosher/ Halal/ Vegetarian friendly - cooked or continental. Guest AccessYou will be welcome to share the living room (with TV, CD player), or sit out in the garden. If you play the piano (no matter to what standard) you are invited to enjoy playing the piano available. Interaction with GuestsThe owner will be on hand to ensure you have all you require. The Neighborhood50 metres from the next houses, this is a quiet neighbourhood, and a wildlife haven. Good for cycling, walking, scuba diving. Getting AroundA frequent ferry boat sails to the Isle of Mull from the village - just 1 km from the house. Public transport to Strontian and Fort William by bus is less frequent - currently three or four times a week. Ask for details if required before you book if you are reliant on public transport. Other Things to NoteThere are two restaurants in the village, but one is open Tuesday to Saturday and the other Wednesday to Sunday - but there are places to eat on the way here, or you can eat in on a Monday if nowhere is available locally.
                      Home/Apartment
                      2br Home/Apartment
                      • Wifi
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceThis charming semi detached cottage consists of 3 bedrooms & 1 bathroom and can sleep 4 people which is ideal for small families or a romantic couples break that want a cosy experience in this tranquil haven. Set along the banks, overlooking the River Aline this is a superb location for watching the wildlife, taking in the scenery and relaxing. Lochaline is just a stones throw away and there is also plenty to do for all the family, such as historic castles, gardens, museums & a sea life sanctuary, what more could you ask for. With over 3,000 miles of coastline, lochs, rivers, glens & mountains, this is a very popular holiday destination for people of all ages. Dogs are permitted in Craigendarroch, so there is no need to feel guilty about leaving your pooch in kennels.
                      Home/Apartment
                      1br Home/Apartment
                      • Wifi
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Parking
                      The East Loft is on the first floor, up a flight of 12 external steps. sleeps 2 - 4 1 bedroom with 2 single beds(they can be made up as a King) The open plan kitchen/living room has a Double sofa bed. TV, DVD, Hifi,Bathroom with Bath & Shower.
                      Bedroom
                      Bedroom
                        The SpaceLaorin is a spacious suite overlooking the hills and sea. Throughout the summer the sun sets directly in front of Laorin. The views are spectacular with storms, winds and glorious sunshine moving across the landscape. Guest AccessTV and enusite bathroom. Downstairs guests have use of the large hall, library and dining room for your made to order breakfast. All downstairs rooms have log fires throughout the year. Interaction with GuestsOn arrival we will show your room, castle library, hall and dining rooms. There is no formal reception or room service but our office is manned Monday to Friday and there is always somebody else about if needed. The NeighborhoodStunning remote location set on a extensive Scottish estate. We have a wildlife steward who is available for guided walks. We have a coffee shop on the estate, open seasonally, between 10am and 5 pm daily. 5 miles away is the Tobermory with a number of restaurants if you would like to eat out. Getting AroundLimited public transport, really beneficial to have a car. Local taxis are available.