Ardfin is a detached self catering cottage built in 2012. This one bed-roomed holiday cottage, situated one mile from Fionnphort, with south-facing location, has views over the open country side.
Ardfin offers spacious, very well-appointed, self catering accommodation, with all rooms on ground level. King size Double Bedroom with ensuite facilities, large lounge with wide patio doors to take in the views, and double bed sofa which would sleep two people comfortably. Shower room in the hall and modern well equipped kitchen/dining room and entrance porch with utilities.
The Bothy is a 32' x 12' caravan tucked away in a quiet corner of our back garden at Seaview Bed & Breakfast overlooking the moors in the heart of Fionnphort village. Spacious living accommodation with double bedroom and comfortable sofa seating in the living area, corner dining unit, well-equipped kitchen, shower room and additional toilet. South facing sun patio, small enclosed garden area, picnic bench, wooden sun loungers. Ideal for couples wishing to explore the local area and walks, soak up its history, and enjoy the rugged wilderness and sandy beaches.
Ardlea is a traditional style newly built cottage on Mull, with south-facing location and open countryside surroundings, situated 1 mile from the village of Fionnphort, where ferries depart for the Isles of Iona, Staffa and Treshnish.
Ardlea offers spacious accommodation, is warm and welcoming, with 2 ensuite bedrooms upstairs, 1 King size double and 1 twin. The ground floor consists of large lounge with double bed sofa for 2 extra guests, a modern well equipped kitchen, dining area with patio doors. Shower room and utility room.
Maple Cottage is on the shore in the village of Kintra near Fionnphort on the Ross of Mull. It is an excellent base to explore the Ross of Mull and Iona and indeed the rest of Mull's beauty, wildlife and heritage. Sleeps up to 6 in a well appointed and carefully redeveloped cottage.
Two identical three-bedroomed cottages, newly converted to luxury standard from a traditional stone barn. Situated one mile from Fionnphort in an elevated south-facing location, with good views over surrounding fields. Spacious and comfortable luxury accommodation, perfect for couples, families and groups. With miles of open countryside views ideal location for visiting Iona/Staffa, wildlife tours, walking the numerous sandy beaches, birdwatching offers the chance to see eagles up close, using the eagle hide. Otters along the coast line is another highlight Mull has to offer. We look forward to helping with your holiday plans.
Beautifully spacious fully-equipped longhouse on working croft with market garden and shop. Sustainable energy features provide high standards of comfort. Coastal setting with wonderful sea and sky views. Sleeps 2-10. 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Studio/games room. A great base for both families and groups to explore the Ross of Mull and Iona. 2-person discounts and short breaks.
Scridain View is located in Ardtun in the Isle of Mull near the Scottish Highlands. There are three bedrooms, one with en-suite, on bathroom and can sleep four. The property has an equipped kitchen with dining area. There is a cosy sitting room with a woodburning stove. Outside is a lovely garden and patio with countryside views. Scridain View is a superb holiday for families all year round.
This stone gate house has been lovingly renovated and extended, preserving original features and making a comfortable and luxurious cottage perfect for your stay on the magical Isle of Mull.
Situated on the shore of Loch Caol in 30 acres of forest, lawn, garden and moors, the Lodge is surrounded by natural beauty, abundant wildlife and a great variety of birds. The deck is perfect for alfresco dining, there is also a spacious kitchen, sunroom, cosy sitting room with multi-fuel stove and vaulted beamed ceiling. 3 en-suite bedrooms, laundry room, toilet and Wi-Fi.
Three 2-bedroom holiday cottages set in grazing land, within easy walking distance of the village of Bunessan, and conveniently placed for visits to Iona and the numerous sandy beaches that can be found on this part of the island. The cottages were built using modern materials but in a traditional style, and are furnished and equipped to a high standard, including satellite TV, telephone and WiFi access. The cottages are the perfect place for relaxation in comfortable surroundings, a slow pace of life, and easy access to the rugged but beautiful countryside.
Only the outside walls of this old granite building could be retained when the Coach House was converted into a self catering cottage. Now fully insulated against the elements and centrally heated, the Coach House offers the best of modern living in a truly traditional building. Situated in the spacious grounds and gardens of Ardfenaig House, the Coach House looks out onto a large pond and across Loch Caol to Bunessan village and the mountains of Glen More. Alongside it runs a burn, and a gate leads onto the open spaces of the Ross of Mull-hills and heather, sea and sand.