Winter is not due to start for another month….

…. but some mornings it sure feels like its here already.
Enjoy short breaks on the isle of Mull, there is lots to see and discover.

For the brave and hardy, early morning walks reveal a colourful sunrise and the promise of a great day ahead with maybe a touch of snow.

Cold mornings at Penmore

feeding sheep.

feeding time for ewes and tups


Enjoy a short break on the Isle of Mull



Red deer

Walking on the hills, you are very likely to stumble across red deer.


Tobermory lighthouse

A walk along the newly refurbished lighthouse path from Tobermory to Rubha nan Gall lighthouse.


Tobermory Lighthouse

Rubha nan Gall lighthouse is located North of Tobermory on the Isle of Mull. The name means “Stranger’s Point” in Scottish Gaelic. It was builtin 1857 by David and Thomas Stevenson and is operated by the Northern Lighthouse Board.


Grey Skys of Mull

Grey Skys, but on this occasion it stayed dry all day !


walks by the shore

This is eagle and otter country, they are here on Mull all year round.

Shorts breaks on the Isle of Mull

Return home to a cosy Self Catering Holiday home.

Penmore House welcomes visitors for short breaks on Mull

enjoy our multi fuel log burning stove.

enjoy a wood burning stove