Step to entrance.
Living room: With electric fire and Smart TV.
Kitchen/dining room: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
Bedroom 1: With double bed.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.
It is just a short stroll down the hill onto the shore looking over Loch na Làthaich, with lovely views towards Bunessan. Just sit and watch the day go by, or observe the seabirds fishing in the bay, watch an otter eat its dinner on the sea shore, or perhaps spy a sea eagle soaring overhead. If you choose complete escapism, there is limited mobile signal and currently no Wi-Fi connection, however, 4G is available if desired.
A 5-minute drive along the road takes you into Bunessan, which is the largest village on the Ross of Mull, where there is a hotel and bar, the village shop/post office and a community centre. It’s a short 5-mile drive to Fionnphort, the port for ferries to the stunning Island of Iona where St Columba arrived in AD 563 founding a centre of worship where the restored abbey continues an interactive community life.
There are two excellent beaches at Uisken and at Ardlanish Bay, both within a short drive, which are quite possible the best on the island! Craignure, the main ferry port, is a scenic 45-minute drive north. The Isle of Mull is situated just off the west coast of Scotland and is the second largest of the Inner Hebridean islands. Its easily accessible from the mainland with car and passenger ferries running regularly from the mainland with the main route being form Oban to Craignure via Caledonian MacBrayne. Boasting approximately 300 miles of coastline from rugged cliffs to both white and black sandy beaches, the beauty of Mull can be enjoyed year-round with an ever-changing, spectacular landscape. Beach 500 yards.
The Stables can be booked together with The Bothy (UK37414) to accommodate up to 6 guests.