Tobermory harbour
The Isle of Mull

Visit our beautiful island

The Isle of Mull and the neighbouring Island of Iona lie just off the west coast of Scotland and are part of the Inner Hebrides. It has a population just under 3,000 with the largest village being Tobermory (photo above).

The island has a wide variety of attractions to suit all the family. Wildlife is abundant and the whole family has a chance to experience a holiday far removed from a hectic urban lifestyle.

With frequent ferries, the island is easily accessible from the mainland usually via the Caledonian Macbrayne ferry service from Oban to Craignure, a journey of 45 minutes by sea.

The Farmhouse, Kilpatrick

Self catering accommodation available to let

We welcome you to our self catering property, the Farmhouse, situated at Kilpatrick on the Isle of Mull. The holiday accommodation is a superbly located traditional 18th century property, which is part of three contiguous dwellings at Kilpatrick all of which have been fully refurbished in a sympathetic style and are fully modernised.

Kilpatrick is a convenient short 7 minute drive from Craignure where the main ferry terminal is and with a visitor information centre, local shop, garage, pub, local hospital, small leisure centre (pool, spa and gym) and church. The Farmhouse itself having the benefit of being in an isolated spot with spectacular views.

The Farmhouse overlooks Duart Bay amidst beautiful West Highland scenery offering outstanding views up the Sound of Mull and across to the peaks of the Scottish Highlands. It is located in a conservation area, with Duart Castle and the sea shore being only a few minutes’ walk away. You are assured of stunning scenery and can explore this beautiful island at your leisure.

If you are looking for activities, there is plenty to choose from with walking, wildlife, sealife, fishing, boating, beaches, golf and there is much to interest the naturalist – white tailed sea eagle, red deer, whales, otters, seals, golden eagles, oyster catchers, plovers, guillemots, razorbills, eider to name only a few. For those who enjoy day trips, Iona, Staffa and Tobermory are well worth a visit.

Self catering accommodation to let

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Wildlife on the Isle of Mull

Surrounded by nature

Even on a brief visit to Mull it will soon become obvious that this is a great place for wildlife. Red deer roam the hills. Eagles and Buzzards soar over the skylines. Seals and otters can be seen in many of the bays and inlets. Mull’s blend of mountains, coastline, moorland and bogs is a wonderful habitat for both flora and fauna.

White-tailed Sea Eagle
Otter
Red Deer
Local attractions

Things to see and do

Duart Castle

Duart enjoys one of the most spectacular and unique positions on the stunning West Coast of Scotland.

Wildlife tours

Even on a brief visit to Mull it will soon become obvious that this is a good place for wildlife.

Walking

There are many beautiful walks close to Kilpatrick, Torosay Woodland Walk and the shore walk from Duart Castle to Torosay.

Our location

Farmhouse, Kilpatrick,
Duart Peninsula,
Craignure, Isle of Mull,
Argyll PA64 6AP

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