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Highlights on the Isle of Mull
- Inner Hebrides
- Beautiful beaches
- Coastal destination
- Family holiday
- Marine wildlife
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Holiday rentals and lettings on the Isle of Mull
If you're looking for holiday rentals in a place away from the noise and stress of the city, the Isle of Mull is the place for you. Here you'll find a wide range of holiday rentals across the island's various locations: Tobermory, Dervaig, Craignure, Salen and more. So you can choose whether you want sea views or to admire the green countryside, or whether you want to be close to the shops or in a private, secluded setting for absolute peace and quiet.Holiday rentals for everyone's taste
On the Isle of Mull you will find the perfect rental to suit you and your needs. Whether you're travelling alone or with family and friends, there are plenty of options to choose from. They all have that cosy charm to make you feel at home and come with all the amenities. Plus, you can enjoy the wonderful views and gardens. You can even bring your furry friend along to these pet-friendly rentals. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to book your stay on the Isle of Mull!
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The area and getting around
This is a superb choice for those who want to discover the Scottish way of life while enjoying a peaceful and relaxing holiday. The Isle of Mull is located off the west coast of Scotland and forms part of the Hebrides archipelago. Here you can enjoy all the nature and wildlife it has to offer. You can visit the beaches along the island to see marine life up close or take a tour of the towns to discover the colourful and exciting energy of the locals.A destination full of places to visit
The Isle of Mull is a place with many picturesque destinations to explore. To the north is Tobermory, the island's capital and main hub. Here the atmosphere is bustling and lively, and you can enjoy many cafés and cultural events. It also offers beautiful views of the harbour and the colourful houses that stand there. Another interesting place to visit is Fionnphort. Here you can enjoy some of the most beautiful beaches on the island, and you can also take ferries from the harbour to nearby small islands, such as the popular Iona Island.
Travellers and activities
This is a special destination to share with the family. Children will be amazed by the wildlife that is virtually everywhere. You can also walk along quiet beaches to relax and let the children play or take them to see Duart Castle and then go for a delicious meal in the nearby restaurants and cafés. There are many other attractions for the family to visit such as Mull aquarium or the island's farms such as Sgriob-Ruadh Farm just outside Tobermory.Isle of Mull for wildlife lovers
Mull is a special place for all the wildlife lovers out there. On Mull, as well as on the nearby islands of Iona and Ulva, a wide variety of birds can be seen all year round, including white-tailed sea eagles and the adorable puffins, among many others. It is also a haven for marine life such as dolphins and whales and sea otters. You can get on a boat and see these amazing animals up close for a unique experience with nature.
„Mull is home to the largest and rarest bird of prey in Britain, the white-tailed sea eagle.“
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Take a boat expedition from Fionnphort to this Hebridean island of dramatic geology. You'll find impressive volcanic rock formations with hexagonal shapes that resemble organ pipes, as well as the impressive Fingal's Cave, known for its natural acoustics. At certain times of the year, you may also spot nesting species such as the friendly puffins. Don't miss it for the world!2. Wander around Tobermory
To stroll around Tobermory is to be enthralled by its beautiful and colourful buildings and harbour, as well as the lively and friendly energy it possesses. You can stroll along the main street and browse the shops or perhaps stop for a bite in one of the local restaurants. You can also opt for interesting activities, such as visiting the aquarium or learning about whisky distilling — with some whisky tasting along the way — at the Tobermory distillery.3. Travel back in time at Duart Castle
If you want to feel like you're in a medieval Scottish fairytale, then you should pay a visit to Duart Castle. This spectacular building dates back to the 13th century and today its owners, one of Scotland's oldest clans, offer guided tours of this castle at the foot of the Sound of Mull. As well as the enchanting tour, you can enjoy the stunning views of the incredibly green meadows and coastline.4. Spend a magnificent day at Calgary Beach
Among so many beautiful beaches, it is difficult to choose one as the best. However, it is safe to say that this is one of the most spectacular beaches on the island. It is a beautiful mix of green grass, white sands and refreshing blue waters. It is a safe beach to share with the family. A popular way to get to it is to follow The Calgary Art in Nature trail which runs through the forest and consists of a series of sculptures that line the path. It is undoubtedly one of the most iconic and unmissable trails on the island.5. Visit the Abbey at Iona Island
Despite its size, Iona Island offers a myriad of beautiful beaches, and it is an amazing place to spot marine wildlife. However, this place is also of important religious value, as it is home to one of the oldest Christian religious centres in Western Europe. Iona Abbey is a beautiful religious building that has been refurbished in recent years. Here you can admire its beautiful architecture and get reacquainted with your spiritual side within its quiet walls.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings on the Isle of Mull
How much do the holiday lettings in the Isle of Mull cost on average?
COVID-19 has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, The Isle of Mull has an annual average price of £115.73 per night.
When are holiday rentals cheaper in the Isle of Mull?
According to our most recent historical data, the months with the cheapest prices in the Isle of Mull are March, February, and January, with average prices of £93.21, £94.4 and £97.66, respectively.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in the Isle of Mull?
Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of July (£135.65), August (£129.19), and May (£128.17).
Are there usually many holiday rentals available in the Isle of Mull?
If you decide to discover the Isle of Mull, we recommend planning your visit in advance because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 81% in the year 2020.
When are there fewer rental options available in the Isle of Mull?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 0% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by September (1.75%), and October (6.6%).
How many lettings are available in the Isle of Mull?
We have 50 properties for you in the Isle of Mull, provided by our 4 local and international partners.