A Comfortable Rural Retreat with large living spaces, sleeping up to 10 in 3 double and 2 twin bedrooms.
or Telephone : 01688 400 507
Situated in the North of the isle of Mull. Its a 40 minute drive from the ferry terminal, a 30 minute drive to the islands main town of Tobermory with its shops and services, its a 5 minute drive to the local village of Dervaig with shop and pub or a 5 minute drive to Calgary beach. We are situated a walk away from several local white sandy beaches.
There are 3 double and 2 twin bedrooms, sleeping a max of 10 + we have 2 cots and 1 highchair available at no extra charge. There are 2 bathrooms.
In Mid season the holiday home can be let to groups of 6 and in low season the house is often let out to couples.
Clean, warm and cozy with large living spaces, a renovated stone house with modern amenities.
The main living area is on the first floor with views out to sea and across surrounding farm land. Visitors are free to roam and walk on the hill and have access to the shore and beaches.
A Self Catering Holiday home part of a working farm. There are lambs and hens around the house -
Pets welcome by arrangment.
A non smoking holiday home.
All New for 2013 letting season
duvets, pillows, bedlinen, towels.
new sofas, refurbished bathroom.
Christmas week 2012 available
New Year - booked
Bicycles for guest use
Card payments accepted
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Using our Self Catering Holiday home as a base to explore you will find plenty of exciting new places and things to do on the isle of Mull.
Take a walk from the holiday house and you will discover a number of small accessible white sandy beaches, there is great walking on the hill, along the shore or in the woods, its 5 minutes by car to Calgary beach, with nearby tea rooms and art galleries, there is a local visitor centre nearby, a restaurant, places to buy lunch, a pub and the local village of Dervaig with shop and Post office. There are great spots for sea fishing off the rocks. We also provide bicycles for visitors use.
The isle of Mull is now a well established destination for wildlife tourism. there are opportunities to see sea eagles, golden eagle, otter, red deer, seals, whale, dolphin, porpoise and basking shark, there are colonies of seabirds including puffin on the Treshnish isles. There is a wildlife hide for viewing the eagles and many operators offering wildlife and boat trips.
There is pony trekking, and if your feeling really fit then climb a munro, Benmore is Mulls highest mountain the walk starts at sea level and rises to 3170 feet.
Other days out include a visit to Duart castle, tea and chocolates at the chocolate factory, visit the Mull museum, visit the Mull distillery, drive the 300 miles of coastal roads with a fresh new sea scape around every corner. Enjoy a day trip to the isle of Iona
There are many restaurants in the North of Mull offering a wide choice of locally sourced meats, there is an award winning seafood restaurant an Indian, Chinese, Thai, a Mediterranean, bistro steak house. and bar meals on offer.
There are many music concerts and ceilidhs on in the summer at the arts centre in Tobermory, and plays at the Mull theatre.