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An Tigh Cottage Isle of Seil - wood burning stove
Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

An Tigh Cottage Isle of Seil - wood burning stoveSituated on the picturesque Isle of Seil in Argyll, connected to the mainland by the famous Bridge over the Atlantic, our cottage is in an area with plenty to see and do. From walks, to boat trips, Islands to visit, kayaking, museums, castles and beaches, there is something for everyone.

Garden flat with beautiful views to Mull.
Entire rental unit · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

Garden flat with beautiful views to Mull.Enjoy beautiful views across the sound of Mull from Willow Brae flat. After exploring Morvern during the day you can relax on your own private patio with uninterrupted views to Mull, perfect for an evening drink or a bbq. The garden flat has underfloor heating through out. The flat benefits from fully equipped kit hen, fast Wi-fi, Apple TV. A king size bed with Danish quilt company duvet and Egyptian cotton sheet. A wet room completes the flat. Own parking. Friday check in weekly let.

Pilot House a Unique Aluminium tiny home Highlands
Tiny house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1.5 bathrooms

Pilot House a Unique Aluminium tiny home HighlandsUnique one bed aluminium sturcture with 360 degrees views over the sound of mull from wrap around balcony. The building is on two floors with the sitting room and kitchen on the top floor with the bedroom and shower room downstairs.

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Popular cottage amenities in Isle of Mull

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Houses in Isle of Mull

  1. Entire cottage
  2. Oban
A dream location on a stunning, tranquil island!
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Oban
65 Easdale Island, with stunning sea views.
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  1. Entire cottage
  2. Cullipool
Creagard Cottage, the place to be to relax, enjoy.
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Clachan-Seil
Ealachan Bhana Seil Island stylish apartment for 2
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Isle of Mull
Teacher's Apartment 2 bed with Wood Burning Stove
  1. Private room
  2. Argyll and Bute Council
Lovely double bedroom in cottage with own bathroom
  1. Tiny house
  2. Drimnin
Unique and Secluded AirShip with Breathtaking Highland Views
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Craignure
Burnside Holiday Cottage, Craignure, Isle of Mull
  1. Entire guest house
  2. Aros
Tormhor caravan
  1. Entire guest house
  2. Clachan-Seil
The Wee Studio Double/single nr.Oban,Seil Island
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Cullipool
Number 10, Cullipool, Isle of Luing
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Ellenabeich, Easdale, Seil Island
Rockpool Cottage

Your guide to Isle of Mull

All About Isle of Mull

Beauty doesn’t get wilder than the Isle of Mull. This Inner Hebridean island off the west coast of Scotland has everything: spectacularly rugged coastline, silver-sand beaches, glittering lochs, waterfalls, and even an extinct volcano. Wildlife abounds, from the eagles overhead to the dolphins and whales offshore and the otters lazing near rock pools; the uninhabited but accessible islands of Staffa and the Treshnish Isles are havens for seabirds like guillemots and puffins. Mull’s scenery is enhanced by picturesque villages — from Craignure and Bunessan to the candy-colored main town of Tobermory — and ruins dating to the Stone Age, and the 13th-century Duart Castle.

How do I get around Isle of Mull?

You’re best off with a car to get around the island, as bus operations are limited. You can rent one once you reach Mull, or rely on taxi services. Ferries operate from Oban and from Kilchoan on the Ardnamurchan peninsula; the Oban crossing is longer (45 minutes as opposed to 15) but it’s also highly scenic. Oban also has the advantage of being closer to the nearest airport, in Glasgow (GLA), a 2.5-hour drive away; Inverness Airport (INV) and Edinburgh Airport (EDI) are also options. The most important thing to remember is to book your ferry crossing ahead of time, particularly in the busy summer months, as berths get taken up pretty quickly.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Isle of Mull?

Island weather can be especially unpredictable, so you need to go out each day prepared for anything from sunshine to a raging storm. Temperatures in the summer months of June, July, and August average around 60 degrees Fahrenheit, and drop to 40 degrees from December through February. It can rain up to 23 days in the month, and it’s always a bit windy, so make sure you have warm clothing and waterproof layers whatever time of year you go. Be prepared, too, for midges between June and September; they’re particularly bad in damp, warm weather, so you should definitely pack repellent, and it might be worth investing in some net protection for your face if you find them particularly bothersome.

What are the top things to do in Isle of Mull?


The Isle of Mull’s capital clings to the waterfront on the northeast of the island. Its romantic fishing harbor, surrounded by bright multicolored houses, is known in Britain as the setting of a popular children’s TV program.

Ben More

The extinct volcano that dominates the center of Mull is a Munro — the Scottish term for a mountain over 3,000 feet — and the only one to be found on any island besides Skye. It’s a strenuous five-to-six-hour climb to the top, but you need only get halfway up to enjoy its incredible views.

Ross of Mull

The southwestern peninsula of the island offers some of the island’s most sensational scenery, thanks to its hidden beaches, pink granite outcrops, and emerald waters.

Fingal’s Cave

Basalt columns and solidified lava created this magical sea cave on the Isle of Staffa, which lent itself to the name of a famous epic poem. Visit by boat to experience the extraordinary acoustics that inspired a famous music composer.


This tiny holy isle, population 120, has been a place of pilgrimage since St Columba established a monastic community here in 563 AD and brought Christianity to Scotland; its 13th-century abbey still stands.

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