Mull

Mull has many attractions such as the local Mull wildlife, Mull birds and fishing on Mull are just some of the reasons why the Island of Mull has become one of the most popular destinations on the West coast of Scotland.

Mull Wildlife

Mull birds play an important part in tourism on the Isle of Mull. Our wide range of birds of prey and other local birds are perfect for those with bird watching hobbies. Birds on the Isle of Mull include: Golden eagle, European merlin, white-tailed sea-eagle, peregrine falcon wagtails and many more.

Sealife Mull

We are famous for our fishing on Mull and with good reason, our picturesque scenery along with a diverse range of marine life and abundance of fish provides a whole new experience when fishing on the Isle of Mull. Also Mull has sea life attractions such as whale watching where you can see minke whales, basking sharks, bottle-nosed dolphins, European otters and more.

History of Mull

There are many historical landmarks on the Isle of Mull for you to explore. Mull castles are an important part of Mull and there are many to visit such as Glengorm Castle just North of Tobermory, Duart Castle which sits upon a cliff top guarding the Sound of Mull on the East of the island.

Update on 2021 bookings

 

The Scottish Government has announced that the 26th April is likely to be the date when the hospitality sector starts to open. We are awaiting more definitive information due on 20th April.

Please be assured that we will be ready to open and honour bookings with immediate effect when given the green light.

Please also be reassured as per our Covid adapted T and C’s, that if your stay is affected by the lockdown or travel restrictions you will be refunded in full. Refunds will be processed 7 days before your booked stay.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are  following strict guidance from the Association of Scottish Self Caterers on cleaning the properties. Check in for all properties  will be 5.30pm and check out 9.30 am to accommodate the extra cleaning required.

We are taking bookings up until and including weeks commencing Sat 16th and Sun 17th October 2021. If you would like to enquire, we recommend you send us an email request via the online availability calendar.

The White House:   limited availability in 2021 The week of 15th May has come available

The Boathouse: fully booked in 2021

Riverside House:  limited availability in 2021

 

Dates after 17th October 2021 will be released in late April 2021

Do read our coronavirus adapted terms and conditions before you book.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact us

Update on 2021 bookings

 

The Scottish Government has announced that the 26th April is likely to be the date when the hospitality sector starts to open. We are awaiting more definitive information due on 20th April.

Please be assured that we will be ready to open and honour bookings with immediate effect when given the green light.

Please also be reassured as per our Covid adapted T and C’s, that if your stay is affected by the lockdown or travel restrictions you will be refunded in full. Refunds will be processed 7 days before your booked stay.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are  following strict guidance from the Association of Scottish Self Caterers on cleaning the properties. Check in for all properties  will be 5.30pm and check out 9.30 am to accommodate the extra cleaning required.

We are taking bookings up until and including weeks commencing Sat 16th and Sun 17th October 2021. If you would like to enquire, we recommend you send us an email request via the online availability calendar.

The White House:   limited availability in 2021 The week of 15th May has come available

The Boathouse: fully booked in 2021

Riverside House:  limited availability in 2021

 

Dates after 17th October 2021 will be released in late April 2021

Do read our coronavirus adapted terms and conditions before you book.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact us