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Cottages on the Isle of Mull
With a very country style, this beautiful location has beautiful skies, views that invite you to stay forever in this beautiful place, and well-equipped and stunning cottages. The great Isle of Mull is full of many amazing possibilities, whether you are going for a day trip or longer. Visit the charming town of Tobermory with its colourful houses and independent businesses and explore miles of stunning coastline with incredible rural life. No matter what the weather is like on the Isle of Mull, you can experience the perfect island getaway and enjoy yourself like never before!Comfortable country-style cottages
The beautiful location has some amazing cottages available, with plenty of accessories for your enjoyment, fun, comfort and relaxation in an otherworldly style, these cottages promise to give you the whole essence of the Isle of Mull, so you'll feel like a local. Cottages available for you and your pets, internet, beautiful terraces, gardens with a variety of flowers and more! Don't miss out on this wonderful, otherworldly opportunity to expand your horizons in comfort and enjoyment.
Travellers and activities
For the more fun-loving families with children full of lots of energy to drain, there is a funky local venue called Rainydays, it is a community run soft play area located at the back of the AROS Hall on the main street of Tobermory. This beautifully appointed venue with lots to see is open all year round and extends its opening hours during the holidays just for the enjoyment of tourists. Children can enjoy snacks and drinks of all kinds, as well as teas and coffees and home baking.Isle of Mull for sports lovers
Cheerfully sporty people have their ideal place to cycle on the Isle of Mull, and see the wonderful and tranquil views of the place. Road cycling in the most visited place for its stunning streets is very well accommodated, you can do it all over the Island, and this is a fantastic place to do it, just because the roads are mostly single lane, although the terrain is beautiful. Bike repair and hire can be arranged through the On Yer Bike shop in Salen. There are also often a couple of annual events, like the acclaimed Cyclosportive!
Some famous films were shot on Mull. Such as End Game and some Harry Potter films, this was made possible by the beauty and mystery of the place!!
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Admire the easily accessible Duart Castle, the first stop on the ferry, famous for being the ancestral home of the Maclean clan and perfectly situated on the cliffs overlooking the strait here. This fortress was one of the many oldest inhabited castles in Scotland. You can take a guided tour and walk around the castle, or stop at the coffee shop to get some energy from the tasty food available.2. Make a getaway to the beach
Head to the glorious Caribbean at Fidden Beach, famous for its weather and the striking pink rocks that separate the sparkling clean sand from the crystal clear waters. Don't leave without stopping here, a beach that will take your breath away. It's a luxury to be here, and you won't want to miss it. If you're lucky, you may spot some seals sunning themselves on the rocky spaces nearby, so keep your eyes peeled.3. Lovely and homely town nearby
Are you a lover of cute little towns and souvenir shopping? Tobermory is the main town and an important stop for any tourist looking for a little sightseeing and historical stops, it's one of the best things to do on the Isle of Mull. Set in a quiet bay, Tobermory is picture-perfect with lovely colourful and well-kept houses, with shops along the seafront, so you can stock up on souvenirs!4. The lovely heart of Lona!
If you're interested in island hopping, discover the island of Iona. You can take a ferry to the sacred island of Iona, but please note that you are not allowed to take a car unless you have a special permit. The heart of the island is Iona Abbey, the convent and burial place of several of the earliest kings of great Scotland. This famous site with spectacular views is the main attraction of Dublin's Trinity College and is a real eye-catcher for tourists because of the culture and history it holds.5. Fishing for fun and passion
If you love fishing, the Isle of Mull offers excellent fishing opportunities. As well as the many miles of coastline, there are estuaries, lochs, rivers and sand marks to explore. There are rules and permits for the rivers and lochs, you can always check with the leaflets produced by Tackle and Books for useful guidance on what's available and who to call for permits.6. The gorgeous Eagle Island
Take a splendid boat trip around the gorgeous island of Mull, the best place in Europe for spotting white-tailed sea eagles. For this, Mull has earned the well-deserved nickname 'Eagle Island'. You may also be lucky enough to see puffins, otters, dolphins, porpoises, seals or whales. Minke whales can be seen here between June and August. We recommend you try the Mull Eagle Watch or Nature Scotland and book in advance to avoid disappointment.7. The most outrageous park
Visit the iconic AROS Park, a beautiful back garden in the town of Tobermory. The trails wind through outrageously beautiful woodland, lush ferns and waterfalls. Lookouts offer never-before-seen views of the rugged face of Ardnamurchan over the Sound of Mull. The little ones in the house will enjoy exploring the play trail, while their parents prepare lunch at our free BBQ points, accessible to all and free of charge, a whole new adventure for you!
Information about cottages in Isle of Mull
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