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


Bed & Breakfast Accommodation 
Bed & Breakfast Accommodation 
Kilbeg Cottage   Self Catering - Glen Forsa


Self Catering Holiday cottages and Farm house Bed & Breakfast situated between 10 and 20 minutes from both ferry terminals. This is an ideal centrally situated base from which to explore the beautiful island of Mull; perfect for excursions both North and South and to the Treshnish isles, Iona and Staffa.

We are family run businesses operating for the last 25 years ensuring guests have enjoyable and comfortable holidays.
Situated at the entrance to Glen Forsa Kilbeg Cottage sleeps up to six in comfort



Kilbeg Lounge
Kilbeg Bedroom


www.holidaysonmull.co.uk
Elizabeth and Hugh MacPhail
Callachally Farm
Salen, Aros.   Isle of Mull
PA72 6JN
Telephone: 01680 300424
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'Tigh Na Caora' at  Ulva Ferry, Isle of Mull


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Tigh Na Caora' is a typical Hebridean Cottage - stone built and slate roofed. It is situated one Mile north of the Ulva Ferry on the western coast of the Isle of Mull, on a completely unspoilt coastline of spectacular beauty and wildness. It is tucked into the bottom of a steep wooded hillside, with fields in front and open moorland behind, and is reached by a track through ancient oak woods.
The Views from the cottage are outstanding. To the south west the cliffs of Berg and the Ross of Mull, westwards to the Isle of Ulva and to the NW, is the open Atlantic, over which the sun sets in the summer. It is a quarter of a Mile from a sheltered (and usually deserted) bay, with safe bathing and sand at low water. Behind the cottage an ancient drove road, now a green track, takes you up into the hills and moorland of northern Mull. Within minutes you can look back out to sea, to the isles of Iona and Inch Kenneth, and to the west there are rocky shapes of the Treshnish Isles and beyond them the long islands of Coll and Tiree.
Tigh na Caora sleeps up to seven people:-
    GROUND FLOOR - Large hall, sitting room with a coal/wood stove, large sunny kitchen with oil fired Aga and dishwasher, utility room with fridge and washing machine, sun room with huge views, double bedroom, single bedroom, bathroom.
    FIRST FLOOR - Two twin bedrooms, shower room with loo.
The cottage has oil fired central heating, mains electricity and a telephone - 01688 500200. It is completely equipped apart from towels, tea towels and bed linen. There are duvets on all the beds. There is no television but there are plenty of board games and the fine old piano is generally in tune.
    OUTSIDE - There is parking for two cars and a large grassy terrace. The cottage is surrounded by a working farm and well behaved dogs are welcome, but not between April and June which is the lambing season.




Self Catering at Barrachandroman - Loch Spelve




The Farmhouse (a working farm until 1970) was one of several tenanted farms on the Lochbuie Estate. The lower part of the house dates to the 1700's and was extended in the mid 1800's.

The accommodation in the old part comprises rear porch leading to toilet and inner hall off which are the bathroom and kitchen. A staircase leads to a twin bedded room and a bunk bedded room. In the newer part are the sitting room and dining room with a second staircase leading to a double bedroom and twin bedded room. Off the  sitting room at the rear of the house is a sun lounge (facing South) with access to the laundry room and toilet/shower room
The house comfortably accommodates up to eight people for self catering holidays -



Tel: +(44) 1680 814220 fax 247
Richard & Maggie Railton Edwards
Barrachandroman, Lochbuie, 
Isle of Mull, Argyll, Scotland. PA62 6AA
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Crannich Holiday Caravans - Glen Bellart
Open from April to the end of September




Crannich Holiday Caravans are situated at Crannich Farm within 150 acres of farmland in Glen Aros on the Isle of Mull. From our land there are great walks, panoramic views of the glen, Loch Frisa and the river Aros, with the Morvern hills in the distance and the most fantastic sunsets.
The central location is the perfect  place from which to explore the whole island, it is well situated for visiting the White Tailed Eagle hide and Mulls other wildlife. Forest cycle trails are close by.
ACCOMODATION
We have three holiday caravans, all have identical facilities, set in their own grounds on land nearby the farmhouse and barns.
Each caravan sleeps four people comfortably with two bedrooms, one double and one twin. The twin bedroom can accommodate a cot which will be provided on request. All have electric heaters and  bed linen, towels and tea towels are included, except cot bedding. Gas and electric are inclusive.
The kitchen dining living area includes gas cooker with oven, microwave, fridge freezer and TV/DVD player and gas fire. A hot shower hand basin and WC is available in the Bathroom.
AVAILABLE
Friday to Friday & some Saturday to Saturday in July, August & September. Open from April to the end of September to enable you to take advantage of the late ferry from Oban on Friday evenings at 10.30pm. We are happy with late arrivals as long as we know in advance. Caravans are available from 4pm on arrival day and must be vacated by 10am on departure day.
One Caravan is dog friendly by prior arrangement for a small charge of 10 and all are non-smoking.


Tel: 01680 300495
Samantha & Robin Sedgwick
Crannich Farm
Aros,    Isle of Mull Argyll, 
Scotland   PA72 6JP
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