Cala Fearnadh is a brand new, unique, off-grid cottage in a quiet village, with stunning views of Staffa and the Treshnish Isles, and beyond. There is nothing quite like it anywhere on the island! Electric power is 12 volt, generated by a combination of solar and wind energy. Water comes from the tranquil Loch Assapol, which supplies much of the area.
“What a treat to stay at Dick and Zoe's! The views are amazing. During the day you look over the bay, and at night we enjoyed sitting by the fire and stargazing. The house is very cleverly put together, stylish, and comfortable. We were there in February, and the wood stove was more than adequate to keep us toasty as we listened to the rain and wind outside. Also great to have two bathrooms, complete with rain shower. One of my favorite Airbnb experiences ever!”
This is a touring caravan like no other! During the summer of 2019 the van was completely stripped and re-built by Neil Harvey of Wild Campers Scotland. It sits in a croft field with stunning views of the ocean, of the magnificent Burg and of Ben More. The space is open plan with a king size bed and a wood burning stove. Designed to be comfortable for two, the space can accommodate four if necessary. It's a space made with old-school relaxation in mind — there's no internet and no TV.
“We had a great time staying in the caravan, which had everything we needed and lots of thoughtful touches. The hobbit stove was super efficient and warmed up the cabin nice and cosy on cold evenings. We especially loved waking up to stunning views, stargazing in the evenings and the quiet of the area. Neil was possibly the nicest Airbnb host we’ve had — a really kind and generous person with lots of local tips. We traveled by bus, and had no problems, the bus stop in Bunessan is only a 20min walk to the caravan, and a beautiful walk by the sea at that. We’d love to come back one day.”
Staying in a Yurt is pure relaxation! Mull Yurts is on a working croft on the stunning Isle of Mull. Amazing views, lovely walks, incredible sandy beaches to find and explore. Boat trips head off daily to the Puffin isles of Staffa and Lunga. One of Scotland's top tourist attractions - the Isle of Iona and its Abbey is a few miles away. The Yurt is cosy and wood burner warm. Lovely for a couples getaway or a family space surrounded by fields to play in and wild places to explore.
“This place was truly lovely. It was totally private and isolated with amazing views. The yurt is exceptionally well set up. There wasn’t a single thing we needed that wasn’t in there and ready to be used. We had some torrential rain that lasted many hours and yet it remained cosy inside with no leaks. The log fire is was really romantic and even had dinner outside one of the evenings with the fire pit to keep us warm. John and Wendy were great hosts. I really can’t rate this place highly enough and can’t wait to go back.”