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Hostels and Bunkhouses on the Isle of Mull


Ross of Mull Bunkhouse, Fionnphort
No pets

Ross of Mull Bunkhouse    Fionnphort

The new 8-bed Ross of Mull Bunkhouse is modern, cosy and comfortable; ideal self-catering accommodation for groups, families and individuals. Booking a private bunkroom with bathroom for four or the whole bunkhouse for eight, is popular with families and groups of friends. The newly refurbished bunkhouse is well equipped with excellent facilities for outdoor enthusiasts. It is ideally located for exploring the unique natural environment of Mull and Iona or taking a trip to Staffa and Treshnish. Beds are £22.00 per night with linen provided and towel hire at £2.00.

Shieling Holidays, Craignure

Shieling Holidays    Craignure

Your accommodation is in Budget Shielings, made by us on Mull, which have been pleasing visitors for 30 years.

They are clean, bright and spacious, with real beds for 2. There are super showers, and communal Shielings with multifuel stove, free WiFi and TV. Launderette. Bike hire. Free campfire. Free wildlife trail.

Achaban House, Fionnphort
No pets Wifi / broadband

Achaban House    Fionnphort

Achaban House provides private ensuite bedrooms, spacious sitting and dining rooms and a guest kitchen for self-catering. Six bedrooms sleep 14 guests, suitable for couples, families, groups, individuals and exclusive-use. It is the perfect base to enjoy the amazing wildlife and natural environment of the Ross of Mull; explore the spectacular red-granite coastline and shell-sand beaches, climb Ben More and visit Iona, Staffa and the Treshnish Isles.  Outdoor enthusiasts will value the drying room, laundry service, cycle storage and outdoor space for parking, kayaks and other equipment.

Tobermory Youth Hostel, Tobermory

Tobermory Youth Hostel    Tobermory

Tobermory Youth Hostel is one of the many brightly painted buildings on the famous harbour front in Tobermory (it’s the pink one!).

Tobermory is an ideal holiday location for wildlife watchers, hill walkers, seafood enthusiasts and families looking for the setting of the TV show ‘Balamory’. It’s a good base for exploring other areas of the island, whether on bike or on foot.


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