Mull is an island rich in nature, wildlife, and history and something of an outdoor haven.
The Isle of Mull is in the Inner Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland, with a coastline of around 300 miles (480km) and a climate that is warmed by the Gulf Stream. It has one Ben – that of Ben More at 3169ft (966m) – and many hills. Much of Mull is moorland covered in heather and the scenery and light are constantly changing. The main attraction of Mull as a holiday destination is to get away from all the other holiday makers! The island is extremely tranquil, with places where you can find peace and solitude, and places where you can enjoy the company of others if you want to.
Tobermory is the main town on Mull, and is a beautiful natural harbour with multi-coloured houses clustered around it. It has some great, locally owned shops for browsing in and some very good places to eat – including the only fish and chip van with a Relais Routier award.
Take your pick from a selection of the many attractions and activities Mull has offer:
There are many different places to eat on Mull, from relaxed pub meals with dogs and the kids, to posh restaurants. As different people like different things, we have refrained from recommending places to eat but, instead, have gathered a large array of leaflets for many eateries and these will be available for you in the house. Also our guests tend to recommend any particular favourites (or not!) in our Guest Book and these comments will be available for you to read.