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Isle Of Mull Hotel
Craignure
Isle of Mull

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Just off the west coast of Scotland, the Isle of Mull is a haven of peace and tranquillity. From the moment you board the ferry for the short crossing to Mull, you'll quickly adjust and unwind to our island pace. Only yards from the ferry terminal, we make the most of the hotel's outstanding views over Craignure Bay. From here you can discover the brightly-coloured houses of Tobermory and the sacred island of Iona.

We like to give you a true taste of Scotland during your stay. our chefs source the best Scottish produce for some real local flavour. From porridge and kippers for breakfast to afternoon tea with scones, the best of Scotland is here to enjoy. Enjoy the best Scotch beef or seafood in our Sheallach-na-Mara Restaurant. Let our expert Bar Muileach staff introduce you to some of the distinctive island malt whiskies, including Tobermory from the only distillery on Mull.

From gentle shoreline walks and bird-watching to mountain-biking and canoeing, you'll find endless ways to unwind on Mull. Walkers can rest assured that drying facilities, picnics and packed lunches are available at the hotel to keep them on the right path. Scheduled boat trips will allow you an even closer look at whales and dolphins in the waters around the isle.

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Number of Rooms: 85

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Double: £110 (standard)
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Name: Sheallach-na-Mara Restaurant

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