The Isle of Mull is the fourth-largest of Scotland's islands. Part of the Inner Hebrides, this majestic isle covers an impressive area of 875 square kilometres and boasts stunningly diverse geography. If you're planning on booking a stay on the Isle of Mull, you'll find several regular ferry services departing from nearby Oban, Lochaline, and Kilchoan.
With more than 480 kilometres of coastline, you're never far away from a beautiful beach when staying on the Isle of Mull. The profile of Mull is defined by countless peninsulas while sprawling moorland and mountainous terrain occupies much of the island interior. Ben More, the tallest point on the island at 966 metres, provides outdoor enthusiasts with the perfect challenge when enjoying a stay at Mull holiday cottages.
Mull is home to many charming towns and villages. Salen, located on the east coast of the island, is a lively fishing village that's home to a bustling high street. If you're looking for quaint character and essential amenities, this is the perfect place to make your base. Bunessan is another premier destination. Situated on the Ross of Mull, this village is spread out across a bay, offering spectacular sea views, its own pier, and many secluded beaches just a stone's throw from your holiday cottage accommodation.
Book a boat tour during your stay on Mull and explore the Inner Hebrides from a unique perspective. Get up close with local marine wildlife including dolphins, harbour seals, minke whales, and orcas.
If you're visiting with family, explore the 13th-century Duart castle with its restored interiors and dungeons. Visiting with the other half? The Eas Fors waterfall is the ideal proposal spot. Bringing pets along with you? Calgary Beach is the perfect spot for dog walks with dramatic scenery. However you fill your time on Mull, you can look forward to returning to your holiday cottage accommodation at the end of a long day and relaxing in the lap of luxury.