Saturday, 20 February 2016
Tour Scotland Self Catering Holiday Cottage Recommendations Isle Of Mull
Tour Scotland self catering holiday cottage recommendations on the Isle Of Mull, Scotland.
Blacksmith's cottage is a luxury 4 star cottage that looks across Tobermory towards Ben Hiant on Ardnamurchan surrounded by open countryside yet only 10 minutes walk from seafront. It has been built to a very high standard with spacious accommodation and all facilities. Both bedrooms ensuite with colour digital tvs. Wifi, Log burner, Sky TV. Ideal for couples and families with 2 children or two couples.
The Post Office Flat is a first floor, two storey flat in a unique historic property on Tobermory Main Street. The flat has wonderful panoramic views of the fishermans pier, the harbour and calve island from the flat and private balcony. Built in the 19th century as The Tobermory Customs House the flat has recently been renovated retaining original features, including the large safe. There are 3 bedrooms in the flat, 1 king size, 1 double and 1 twin room all tastefully decorated and all linen and towels are provided free of charge and there is plenty of storage. The king size room has views across Tobermory Bay. The cosy sitting room has spectacular sea views across the harbour and there is comfortable seating for 6 people, a wood burning stove and 42″ TV with FreeSat and DVD player, there is also a CD player and a collection of books.
Creich cottage is a traditional Mull cottage which was completely renovated to a very high standard, opened in the Spring of 2011 The house, which has accommodation for 6 people, is set on a working croft near Kintra. It is situated seven miles from Bunessan and two miles from Fionnphort from where boats run to Iona and Staffa, and there are well-stocked stores, local crafts, restaurants and bars offering all the necessities and more for your holiday.
Garden Cottage is a purpose built, high quality cottage situated just outside the colourful, romantic small town of Tobermory. The cottage, because of its location, is ideal for wildlife watchers, outdoor enthusiasts, or just people looking for a relaxing stay in a comfortable cottage. The house has its own dining conservatory overlooking the garden and hills beyond. Garden Cottage has its own enclosed garden and private parking and holds a Gold Green Tourism award and also a 4 star award from Visitscotland. If you are with an extended family, the house has an upstairs landing/lounge for decanting the younger members of the family in front of their own DVD and T.V.
Torlochan House is set in a tranquil country setting offers peace and quiet surrounded by trees and fields and only a mile from the coast line. Tastefully refurbished to a high standard the house offers comfort spacious and quality accommodation. The house has 2 lounges the main lounge is spacious with leather settees and French windows overlooking the hills, widescreen television, polished wood floors and an open fire. The second lounge offers the same comfortable leather settees, sky television and wood burning stove. There is a selection of games and books for guests to use. The house has 4 bedrooms, 1 king, 1 twin and 2 singles, there is a separate twin chalet bedroom with its own shower room which offers extra privacy for guests. the bedroom mix offers ideal family accommodation or for a holiday group.
Corry Cottage has stunning sea and mountain views. The cottage sits in 40 acres of land in an elevated position overlooking the Sound of Mull and is centrally located for visiting all the island attractions. The cottage has 2 bedrooms with sea views and a sitting room with log burning stove. The large kitchen and adjoining conservatory are perfect for relaxing after a day exploring this beautiful island. There is a large enclosed garden and beautiful walks from the doorstep. The property is well equipped for a comfortable stay and Wi-fi included.
Beach House is situated on a hillside of the Ross of Mull to the south of the island, Beach House offers uninterrupted views across Loch Scridain to the 3,000-foot Ben More mountain, the tallest on the island. Deer are frequently spotted around the house and the shoreline boasts a family of otters, with seals and even the occasional sea eagle being spotted high above, floating on rising summer thermals.
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