Gruline Home Farm is on a
non-working farm, and are centrally situated on the island, which allows
easy access to the whole of Mull, without having to criss cross over the
same roads on a regular basis. We look after our guests on either, a bed and
breakfast, or, dinner, bed and breakfast basis. We are set in two and a half
acres of gardens and pastureland, the gardens are very attractive and we
have an ongoing scheme planned for constant improvement of the grounds.
Our facilities are to a very
high standard, and in our Georgian/Victorian non-working farm, we have
retained the family home atmosphere. Around the island wildlife abounds.
Passing through the Farm itself it is highly likely that Red and Fallow
deer, white-tailed sea eagles, golden eagles, buzzards and many more species
of birds will be easily seen.
Bed and Full Scottish
Breakfast. Convenient for Iona and Staffa ferries. Abbey View B & B is a
modern detached house of traditional Scottish design overlooking the Sound
of Iona and only five minutes' walk from the ferries to Iona, Staffa and the
Abbey View is a non-smoking
establishment with one double en-suite room and two twin rooms with hand
basins and a shared bathroom available for exclusive use if required. There
are tea/coffee making facilities in each room. Guests are assured of the
warmest of welcomes and hospitality, with every modern convenience. After a
hearty Scottish breakfast made from only the best quality produce, local
where possible, followed by home made bread and marmalade, you will be sure
to be ready for a long day in the open air. In the evening guests can find a
good pub only two minutes walk away which offers excellent bar and
restaurant meals, and several other eating establishments only a short drive
Seaview Bed and Breakfast
accommodation is a traditional Hebridean home built from local Ross of Mull
pink granite and is the closest en-suite accommodation to the Iona and
Staffa ferries. We are a minutes walk from both ferries, and ideally located
in the village centre of Fionnphort (gateway to Iona), close to all the
local amenities. Seaview is situated between The Ferry Shop & Post Office
and 'The Keel Row' restaurant and pub.
Seaview is a 'visitscotland'
3 star quality assured bed & breakfast accommodation provider and has been
established since 1990; in August 2005 Seaview received the Gold Award from
the Green Business Tourism Scheme in recognition of our environmentally and
ecologically friendly business practices. Our five “island” bedrooms, Staffa,
Soa, Lunga, Iona and Erraid are all individually furnished and decorated
providing all the home comforts you would expect, and, if the weather turns
a little stormy, then you are welcome to spend the day in our sitting room
gazing across the Sound of Iona to the Abbey and Treshnish Islands. The
sitting room also hosts a fine library of Scottish, Mull and Iona books and
Travellers and pilgrims have
been visiting the historic island of Iona for well over a thousand years,
but they have only been able to enjoy the comforts of the Argyll Hotel for
just the last 130 years. Full of Hebridean flavour and hospitality, the
hotel is situated in the centre of the small village street overlooking the
Sound of Iona.
The hotel has a minimum
two-night stay requirement and three-night stay requirement for all group
and wedding bookings. If you have any special requirements or dietary needs,
please let us know with your confirmation for we are only too happy to help.
For children we have cots, camp-beds, and clip-on high chairs, and as for
food we have a limited children's menu and an openness to be flexible with
meals. We welcome well-behaved dogs, however a nominal fee of 7 is charged
for cleaning purposes. We are happy to welcome group and wedding bookings
during the winter season.
Ardachy is tucked away in
rugged farmlands of a typical croft, some two miles south of the small
village of Bunessan. The ferry terminal for the islands of Iona, Staffa (Fingal's
Cave) and Treshnish, is only 7 miles distance.
The hotel has a southerly
aspect over the deserted sands of Ardalanish Bay and beyond to the Hebridean
islands of Jura, Colonsay and Islay. On a clear day, the coast of Ireland is
visible. There is a choice of eight comfortable bedrooms—single, double,
twin or family sized—seven of which offer shower & toilet facilities en
suite. All bedrooms are equipped with hairdryers, radios, tea making
facilities and convector heaters. Dinner is prepared daily from fresh
produce and prior reservation is essential. We offer a three course table
d'hote menu, but are happy to discuss individual dietary requirements.
Ardachy has no television reception, but we trust that the sound of the sea
and the cry of the buzzard will more than make up for its absence. Well
behaved children and/or dogs welcome! Ardachy House is a completely
Caorann is at Aros Mains, a
rural location two miles out of Salen on the way to Tobermory. It is near
Loch Frisa and Salen Bay where there is a lot of wildlife. It is very
convenient for Salen and Tobermory (8 miles away) where there are shops and
The bed and breakfast has two
en-suite rooms, one double and one family. The rooms both have television.
Breakfast is served in the living room which is only available at that time.
There is oil fired central heating throughout. Parking to side of house for
two cars. No pets and no smoking. Rooms ready on day of arrival after 1600.
Please vacate rooms on day of departure by 1000. Breakfast choice of cereals
and a full breakfast served between 0730 and 0830. Guests order breakfast
the evening before.
On and around the Isle of
Mull wildlife abounds. Passing through the Farm itself you are likely to see
Red and Fallow deer, White-tailed Sea Eagles, Golden Eagles, Buzzards and
many more species of birds. Fishing There is fishing available for salmon,
sea trout, rainbow trout and many lochs with native brown trout throughout
the island and sea fishing trips from Tobermory can be arranged where
anglers can pitt their skill and strength against the Common Skate of around
200 lbs have been caught.
Here at Gruline Home Farm my
wife and I take guests for Dinner, Bed and Breakfast and we also take
non-residents for dinner by reservation only. The entrance door is from
within the Courtyard of the Farmhouse and leads into the entrance hall with
storage for coats. Immediately off the entrance hall to the left is a large
bedroom fitted with 3ft. twin beds. (These can be put together to make a
6ft. double bed). Off the entrance hall to the right is a beautiful new full
sized shower room with a walk-in shower. The shower room has under floor
heating and a heated towel rail.
As you would expect, this
building was a smithy, but whether it was the one that was built by Lachlan
MacQuarie when he founded the village, then called Jervisfield after his
first wife, is open to doubt. It was in use until after the end of World War
Two and the horses came in through the kitchen window! After several uses (a
1946 Bedford lorry used to live about where the kitchen is) including a
shop, it was converted to its current use in 1998. The Smiddy gets early
morning sun which adds to its friendly atmosphere.
All the rooms are on the
ground floor and there are no steps. The sitting/dining room has a wood
block floor with rugs; there is a studio couch that will convert into a bed
if needed. Heating is by night store heaters and coal effect stove. Colour
TV & Video (Tapes can be hired from the Spar shop in the village). Bedroom
with double bed, and a built-in wardrobe with mirrored doors and dressing
table with stool; there is also a night store heater.
Pennygown Farm is situated
midway between Craignure & Tobermory. The caravan enjoys panasonic views
over the sound of Mull to the north and Glenforsa to the south. The Caravan
Accommodation is Scottish Tourist Board Approved 2003.
The entrance to Glenforsa is
nearby from where you can walk into the heart of mull and enjoy excellent
opportunities for wildlife and bird life watching. Eagles nesting nearby in
the glen, Otters and mink seen regularly, and our own herd of pedigree
highland cattle. Electricity and gas is included in price. Linen can be
provided at extra cost. Pets are welcome by arrangement. Smokers welcome.
Caravan is fully equipped to a high standard including deep freeze, fridge,
microwave, deep fat fryer and sandwich maker. Colour TV & video.
Set in Mull’s National Scenic
Area on the north west coast of the island and in one of the most
spectacular localities in Scotland, Torr Buan House is the new
architecturally designed home of David and Joy Woodhouse. Designed in an arc,
the house takes in panoramic views from sunrise to sunset. Your very
comfortable suite looks to some of Mull’s most important natural features,
including the Holy Islands of Inch Kenneth and Iona, Mulls highest mountain
Ben More, the huge sea Cliffs of Gribun and the historic Island of Ulva
(Viking for Wolf) which was visited by the famous 18th century explorers
Boswell and Johnson. The house is set in acres of secluded and protected
natural Hebridean landscape and you may see Golden Eagles, Sea Eagles, Hen
Harriers, Owls and other creatures from your very own windows.
Your stay at Torr Buan House
is on a Dinner Bed and Breakfast basis and picnic lunches can also be
provided. We use Island produce as much as possible and this may include
local lamb, beef, sea food, home grown vegetables and free range eggs etc.
Martin and Judith Keivers
welcome you to their new, purpose built, Bed and Breakfast and Self-catering
Caravan. Fascadail offers a high standard of accommodation with its generous
sized rooms, all en-suite, with colour t.v. and tea and coffee making
facilities. Fascadail is situated at the Isle of Mull's narrowest point,
midway between Craignure and Tobermory. We are on the local bus route, and
are close to both shops and the local licensed hotel.
Our legendary breakfasts are
served in the friendly atmosphere of the dining room, and the full Scottish
breakfast will keep you going most of the day. For lighter appetites, our
home made yoghurt and freshly baked croissants come highly recommended, and
when available, fresh locally caught mackerel provides a tasty alternative.
Packed lunches can also be provided, by arrangement.
Barrachandroman - The place
for self catering and bed and breakfast. Sea, mountains, wildlife, walking,
fishing, comfort and relaxation. Barrachandroman offers The Farmhouse for up
to eight people self catering, and The Barn for four people bed and
breakfast. Situated in the secluded South- East of the Isle of Mull at the
end of the Allt a Chonnaidh (the sheltered burn) wooded valley, the houses
are 200 yards away from the West end of sea Loch Spelve. Ben Craig faces the
front with the Croggan hills behind, Loch Spelve to the right and freshwater
Loch Uisg to the left.
The houses are in two acres
of fenced garden (safe for children and dogs) with a pond, the burn running
through, and many mature trees and shrubs. There are numerous tables and
chairs throughout the garden for eating or just to admire the view with a
quite drink. Access from the public road is excellent with plenty of on-site
parking. The main island ferry terminal at Craignure is eleven miles and the
Iona ferry and the town of Tobermory are both thirty miles (approx 50
We are avid birdwatchers, and
have six feeders and three nest boxes in our garden. We feed the birds all
year round. We get Chaffinches, Great, Blue and Coal Tits, Siskins, Great
Spotted Woodpeckers, Greenfinches, Robins, Wrens, Pheasants and Dunnocks. We
do get Golden and Sea Eagles passing over our cottage and numerous Buzzards.
In the spring we usually get a family of Goldfinches who come every year for
about three weeks to our nut feeders. We can also advise you on the best
places to see Birds, Otters, Seals, Deer and Dolphins
Your accommodation consists
of one double room with private bathroom. There is a television and video in
your room and we have Sky Digital. There is a complimentary tray and
controlled heating always available for your comfort.
The Coach House provides
family accommodation with four good sized bedrooms (sleeping 6), two
bathrooms (inc shower), downstairs cloakroom, sitting room, hall/dining
room, utility room and kitchen. The bedrooms are arranged as to one with
twins and two with single beds.
The Coach House at Kilpatrick
is a superbly located traditional 18th Century property which has recently
been completely reconstructed in a sympathetic architectural style and fully
modernised in 2004. The house is set on Duart Bay amidst beautiful West
Highland scenery offering outstanding scenic views. It is located on the
Duart Peninsula which is a conservation area, with Duart Castle and the sea
shore being only a few minutes walk away. There is tremendous scope for
walking, wildlife, fishing, beaches, golf and much to interest the
naturalist - red deer (in the garden!), otters, seals, golden eagles, sea
eagles, oyster catchers, plovers, guillemots, razorbills, eider to name only
a few. In addition there is also a good choice of castles with Duart and
Torosay Castles within walking distance. For those who enjoy day trips, Iona,
Staffa and Tobermory are well worth a visit.
Ardrioch Farm is the home
Discover Mull. A cedar wood house on one level, set in an informal garden
with views across Loch Cuin, a sea loch, to the hills of Quinnish beyond.
Ardrioch Farm is a small croft where we have Highland Cattle, Cheviot Sheep,
as well as a twenty acre recently planted deciduous wood, for our guests to
enjoy. Ardrioch Farm is situated one mile from the picturesque village of
Dervaig, where there is a pub that serves excellent bar snacks and meals,
restaurants, a well-stocked local shop and post office. Dervaig is also host
to the smallest theatre in Britain, ‘The Mull Little Theatre’, which puts on
performances all through the summer. Calgary Bay is a must stop for any
visitor to the magical Isle of Mull.
Inch Hame: for 5 people,
comprises of a large sitting/dining room with sofa/bed and 3 comfortable
chairs, dining table and chairs, well-stocked bookcase and T.V. One double
and one twin bedroom, a well-equipped kitchen including cooker, fridge, and
microwave, and bathroom, with bath and shower.
Half Moon House is a Self
Catering Holiday Home situated on the Isle of Mull. The house has been newly
built to the highest standards, and is situated on the edge of the
picturesque village of Dervaig on the Isle of Mull, 8 miles from the main
town of Tobermory. The house sleeps 8 people in three bedrooms (there are 2
large doubles and 1 large twin room downstairs, and extra beds that can be
put up in any of the bedrooms, or the spacious living room. This very
comfortable, modern house is only 300 metres from the Bellachroy Hotel, 400
metres from the local shop/post office, and 200 metres from Loch a'
Chumhainn, an inlet from the Atlantic Ocean.
The wildlife and scenery are
spectacular, there is the opportunity to visit the islands of Iona and
Staffa from Mull, and Tobermory's brightly coloured harbour front is the
inspiration for the popular children's television programme - Balamory.
Wildlife and particularly Whale watching trips are a must!
The Bellachroy is the oldest
Inn on Mull. A historic drovers Inn dating from 1608 where you will receive
a warm welcome and genuine hospitality. We are renowned for our quality home
cooked food including many local seafood specialities. Situated in Dervaig
to the north of the Island at the head of Loch Cuin, the village is renowned
to be one of the prettiest on the island. This rural retreat offers an ideal
location for your holiday, exploring and touring around Mull.
The hotels facilities include:
6 high quality letting bedrooms, all en-suite. Breakfast room. Private
meeting / dining facilities. Guest lounge. Characterful public and lounge
bars, being very popular with locals and visitors alike. Host regular music,
entertainment and quiz nights. Non Smoking bedrooms, lounge bar and dining
rooms. Bed, Breakfast, Packed Lunches, Snack Menu, Full Lunch and Evening
Meals available. Most Dietary requirements can be catered for. Well behaved
Penmore Mill - historic stone
built 19th century mill caringly converted in 2002 to a comfortable 4
bedroom dwelling for up to 9 . Sheltered rural situation within easy reach
of the white sands of Calgary beach to the West, a few minutes drive from
eat and drink facilities and the famous Mull Theatre in the small but
perfectly formed village of Dervaig. Twenty minutes more to the most
beautiful harbour town of Tobermory.
Accommodation :- Ground floor
- sitting room, kitchen/dining area, 1 double bedded room, WC/shower. 1st
floor - 1 family room (single & double bed) 1 twin bedded room, 1 room with
bunk beds, Bathroom / WC / Shower. Decked outside patio dining area.
Adjacent games hut includes table tennis and creative painting area for
children (or adults!) Equipment includes:- TV / Video recorder, dishwasher,
washing machine, fridge freezer, microwave. Bedding, towels etc supplied.
Electricity included in rent. Rated 4 star by VisitScotland. Green Tourism
Silver Award. We advocate environmentally friendly practice :- eg:-
recycling, use of biodegradable products, energy efficient lighting.
Druimnacroish is a small,
friendly hotel, run by its owners and situated in a dramatic rural
wilderness off the west coast of Scotland. We hope to show you some of the
things that make this a special place to visit. Druimnacroish ("Drum-na-crosh")
sits on the western slopes of Glen Bellart in the north west of the island.
Until the 19th century a settlement, farm house and water mill, the
buildings have now been refurbished as a comfortable small hotel.
Our meals are freshly
prepared using best quality local produce including our own bread. We serve
island-reared beef, lamb and pork and locally landed shellfish. The guest
rooms all enjoy views over the glen, and perhaps the finest outlook is from
our large conservatory. The residents lounge has a log fire on chillier
evenings, where you can curl up with a book or a game.
As Copeland House is situated
in the Upper part of Tobermory the location is very quiet and peaceful. It
also affords the house fantastic panoramic views of the Sound of Mull, Calve
Island and Tobermory Bay. Being a small establishment the number of guests
are restricted so it keeps it friendly and informal ensuring a relaxed
stress free visit. At the front of the house we have a garden with space to
sit and relax.
All the accommodation for our
guests is upstairs and we live down below. Room 1 - offers very spacious
accommodation with a large ensuite shower room. It has one double and one
single bed in it, so can be used as a double or a twin room as preferred.
There is a television and welcome tray with homemade shortbread. Room 2 - is
a spacious twin bedded room with a good sized ensuite shower room which has
a, newly fitted, double shower unit. There is a television and welcome tray
with homemade shortbread. Room 3 – is a spacious double room with a good
sized ensuite shower room which has a, newly fitted, double shower unit. It
has a spectacular view over the Sound of Mull and Calve Island.
The MacLean Cottage is
of traditional stone and is comfortably furnished and warm. The main rooms
look up Loch Ba, a secluded, unspoilt and very beautiful freshwater loch.
The informal garden leads down to Loch Ba. Accommodation: hall, sitting room
with woodburning stove, bathroom with electric shower, kitchen, microwave,
conservatory/dining room. Upstairs there are 2 twin bedrooms and 1 single
bedroom - separate wc with basin. Electric off-peak heating, electric
oven/gas hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, colour TV (satellite),
plus DVD Player, payphone. 6th bed available free. Well controlled dogs
accepted by arrangement.
Garden Cottage was
renovated in 1995 and double glazed, with provision for partially disabled.
Lovely distant views over Loch na Keal. Informal garden with Fallow deer
often grazing nearby. Accommodation: hall, sitting room with woodburning
stove, kitchen with dining space, 2 twin bedrooms (1 with 2' 6" beds),
bathroom with electric shower over bath, separate wc/utility room. Total
control electric heating, electric oven/gas hob, fridge freezer, washing
machine, tumble drier, colour TV (satellite), plus DVD Player, telephone.
Sorry, No Pets