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Isle of Mull

A short and enjoyable ferry ride from Oban will see you in the scenic Isle of Mull, a rugged and beautiful isle of the West Coast of Scotland in the Inner Hebrides. The third largest island in Scotland, the Isle of Mull is known for the brightly coloured buildings along the waterfront in Tobermory, as well as the wonderful selection of independent shops, quaint pubs and restaurants serving up freshly caught seafood.

Referred to as ‘Eagle Island’, this is one of the best areas in the United Kingdom for spotting white-tailed and golden eagles, which create some truly epic photographs when shot against the picture-perfect backdrop of the Isle of Mull. There are a number of wildlife tours available from Mull, from walking tours to trips out to sea, or one of the nearby islands such as the Isle of Iona.

We love Isle of Mull because...

  • Rugged and beautiful landscape
  • Known as ‘Eagle Island’
  • Idyllic coastal villages
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Hotels
Hotels in Isle of Mull
Isle of Mull-Breaks trip-Isle of Mull Hotel and Spa
Isle of Mull Hotel and Spa
Craignure Isle of Mull PA65 5BB

Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa is in walking distance from the ferry terminal, with grounds reaching out to the water’s edge and a fantastic leisure club.

2 nights from
£80.00pp
Isle of Mull Hotel and Spa
Craignure Isle of Mull PA65 5BB

Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa is in walking distance from the ferry terminal, with grounds reaching out to the water’s edge and a fantastic leisure club.

In and around Isle of Mull

Calgary Bay

One of the most famous beaches in the United Kingdom, Calgary Beach has gained recognition for its rolling silver sands, dramatic and craggy peninsulas and the backdrop of lush woodlands. The turquoise waters are spectacular and add to the sense of ‘being abroad’ that this otherworldly beach inspires in visitors. The beach also makes for a wonderful wildlife watching spot and guests can visit the remains of an abandoned stone fort and village in the area if they wish.

Duart Castle

This 13th century castle is the ancestral seat to Clan Maclean and has seen a tumultuous history through the ages with a number of sieges launched against it, which ended in its destruction at the hands of Clan Campbell. The castle has now been restored and offers visitors the chance to explore the grounds and interior, which features an exhibition on the history of the area and Clan Maclean. The castle is an iconic sight on the isle and is a fantastic resource for learning more about the area.

Tobermory Distillery

The one and only distillery on the Isle of Mull, Tobermory was established in 1798 making it one of the oldest in Scotland. Through the centuries, the master distillers have kept an ethos of uncompromising tradition and passion, which continues to this very day. Two unique whiskies are produced here, one dark and peated, the other light and complex. Take a guided tour to learn more about the history and of course, taste a dram of each.

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