Isle of Mull cottages

Isle of Mull cottages

Isle of Mull cottages

Known for its rugged coastline, pristine beaches, and charming villages, Mull is a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers. With its dramatic landscapes, from soaring mountains to tranquil lochs, Mull provides a stunning backdrop for outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, and wildlife spotting. The island also boasts fascinating historical sites, including medieval castles and ancient standing stones, offering glimpses into its rich cultural heritage. Explore this picture-perfect island from one of our Isle of Mull cottages. The Isle is a captivating and picturesque island that offers a diverse range of attractions and natural beauty.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages on the Isle of Mull

The Isle of Mull, located on the west coast of Scotland, is a captivating island with a diverse range of attractions and natural beauty. Here are some of the main places to visit on the Isle of Mull:

  1. Tobermory: The colourful waterfront town of Tobermory is a must-visit destination on the island. Known for its vibrant painted buildings, bustling harbour, and charming shops, Tobermory offers a picturesque and lively atmosphere.

  2. Isle of Mull Distillery: Whisky enthusiasts can explore the Isle of Mull Distillery in Tobermory, where you can learn about the whisky-making process and sample their renowned single malt whisky.

  3. Duart Castle: Standing proudly on a clifftop overlooking the Sound of Mull, Duart Castle is a magnificent fortress with a rich history. Explore the castle's medieval towers, enjoy the breathtaking views, and learn about the MacLean Clan who have inhabited the castle for centuries.

  4. Calgary Bay: This stunning white sandy beach, with its turquoise waters and scenic surroundings, is a hidden gem on the Isle of Mull. It's an ideal spot for picnicking, walking along the shore, and enjoying the peacefulness of nature.

  5. Staffa: Take a boat trip from the Isle of Mull to the uninhabited island of Staffa. Famous for its unique geological formations, including the striking Fingal's Cave, Staffa is a geological marvel and offers a chance to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of nature.

  6. Iona Abbey: Accessed by a short ferry ride from Mull, the tiny island of Iona is known for its spiritual significance and the iconic Iona Abbey. Explore the abbey's historic ruins, wander through the tranquil cemetery, and soak in the peaceful atmosphere of this sacred place.

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