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Staying with people who have similar interests in birds and wildlife as yourselves, can help to make your stay even more enjoyable, especially when they are local with a wide knowledge of the island
Tigh-an-Achadh Bed & Breakfast - Salen      web site

Tigh-an-Achadh is a cosy, centrally located B&B Guest House in Salen on the Isle of Mull. Visitors are assured a warm welcome and a comfortable stay at affordable prices. Situated on the outskirts of Salen village, Tigh-an-Achadh makes the perfect base from which to discover the many brilliant ‘facets’ of the gem that is the Isle of Mull 
Tigh - An - Achadh has a real ‘home-from-home’ atmosphere and guests can relax either in the privacy and comfort of their own en-suite bedrooms, each with tea and coffee making facilities.
Open all Year!”. “Winter Deals – 3 nights for the price of 2 (based on 2 people sharing) from mid November until mid March excluding Bank Holidays, Christmas and New Year”

Simon & Heather Hill
Salen. Isle of Mull

Tel: 01680 300669

Tigh-Na-Mara Bed & Breakfast - Dervaig    Tigh na Mara web site 

Tigh na Mara bed and
Tigh na Mara guests lounge
Tigh na Mara Twin room

The Isle of Mull is well known for its wildlife and, being situated next to Loch Cuin, Tigh-Na-Mara is ideal for those seeking otters, shore birds, wildfowl and seabirds.The Sea Eagle viewing hide is just a few miles away, between Dervaig & Tobermory.  Dervaig has two shops, a Post Office & general stores as well as 'Coffee & Books'.  The Bellachroy Inn is the oldest inn on Mull (dating back to 1608) and provides excellent lunches and evening meals.  A short drive from Dervaig will take you to the Old Byre Heritage Centre & Tearooms.  Calgary Bay is only 5 miles to the west of the village.  At Calgary there is a gallery & tea room, restaurant and a woodland sculpture walk.

Tigh na Mara double bedrooms, also available a family room and a single room.
Situated just below the main village street, we offer peace, quiet and seclusion whilst being just a couple of minutes walk away from the shops, pub and village hall.
Facilities & Tariff
Tigh-Na-Mara Bed & Breakfast has 4 letting rooms.  Each has a TV, video + DVD, tea & coffee facilities, hairdryer & iron. 
Enjoy a full Scottish breakfast - with free range eggs from hens just outside the door! 
Tigh-Na-Mara is a non-smoking establishment and, unfortuately, we are unable to accommodate pets.

Mrs C Duffy
Tigh-Na-Mara,  Dervaig. 
Isle of Mull.     PA75 6QW

Tel 01688 400278
Mobile 07979963143

Wild Cottage - Lochdon      Wild Cottage web site

Diana Oldacre
Wild Cottage
Isle of Mull
PA64 6AP
Telephone 01680 812105

You will  find Wild Cottage in Lochdon, "the birdwatching capital of  Mull"
We have two double bedrooms, both on the ground floor, each with en  suite shower room. The bedrooms are equipped with TV, tea & coffee  making facilities, hair dryer etc., and are warm and comfortable.
In addition to a superb breakfast, we can, if you wish, provide you  with an evening meal and even a packed lunch for those 'all day'  birdwatching trips. Special dietary requirements are no problem - we are familiar with vegetarian, gluten-free, low fat diets etc. - just  let us know.
Ample off-road parking

Ardness House - Tiraghoil, Bunessan

Ardness House

View from the lounge window

Ardness House is a spacious modern bungalow situated between Bunessan and Fionnphort on the southernmost peninsula of the Isle Of Mull, It has spectacular views northwards, over the sea, towards the prominent headland known as "Burg". Accommodation consists of 1 x twin room and 2 x Double rooms all with ensuite facilities, tea & coffee making facilities are provided in all the bedrooms.The visitors' lounge has a colour TV. However the panorama from the window is probably more pleasing than anything on television. There is ample off-road parking.

Gillian MacNeill 
'Ardness House'
Tiraghoil, Bunessan
Isle of Mull. PA 67  6DU
You can book directly 
from this site
telephone     01681  700260 

Fascadail Bed & Breakfast - Salen      web site

Our legendary breakfasts are served in the friendly atmosphere of the dining room, and the full Scottish breakfast will keep you going most of the day.  For lighter appetites, our home made yoghurt and freshly baked croissants come highly recommended, and when available, fresh locally caught mackerel provides a tasty alternative.  Packed lunches can also be provided, by arrangement. 
Salen is an ideal base from which to enjoy the prolific and varied wildlife that the magnificent Isle of Mull has to offer. Whether you are walking, cycling or driving, Sea Eagles, Golden Eagles, Otters, Seals and Deer are all regularly seen nearby.  For walkers, Ben More is only a short drive away, as are many other scenic and less demanding walks.  The ferry to Iona departs from Fionnphort, the route to which goes through some of the most dramatic scenery in Scotland. 

Martin & Judith  Keivers
01680 300444

This is the web site of Alan Spellman, 'Maridon' Lochdon, Isle of Mull. PA64  6AP