Utility Room: Tumble Dryer, Washing Machine
Bedroom 1: Zip And Link Kingsize (5ft) Bed, Z-Bed (Flexible Sleeping Only) Ensuite: Bath With Shower Over, Toilet
Bedroom 2: Zip And Link Super Kingsize (6ft) Bed Ensuite: Bath With Shower Over, Toilet
Living/dining room: Smart TV, Bluetooth Speaker, Woodburner
Kitchen: Electric Oven, Electric Hob, Fridge/Freezer, Dishwasher, Microwave
Bedroom 3: Zip And Link 2 x Single (2ft 6in) Beds Ensuite: Bath With Shower Over, Toilet
Bedroom 4: Zip And Link Kingsize (5ft) Bed Ensuite: Bath With Shower Over, Toilet
Set on the edge of a moor, Braeside is semi-rural and lies within 5 minutes’ walk of the centre of Tobermory with its main street of brightly painted buildings from pier to pier, small beach, and high woodland-fringed hills, surrounding the bay. Built as a fishing port in the late 18th century, Tobermory is a renowned for its picture postcard colour and is the main town on Mull with a good variety of shops, hotels, cafés, and bars. The harbour is always busy with fishing boats, yachts, and the ferry to and from Kilchoan. There are some beautiful walks from Tobermory, a stroll out to the Lighthouse at Rubha nan Gall or a more strenuous walk into Aros Park. Tobermory is an ideal location as a base for wildlife watching on the Isle of Mull which is well known for the re-introduction of white-tailed eagles which can be seen throughout the length and breadth of the island, including Tobermory.
Daily Boat trips leave Tobermory for trips to Staffa and the Treshnish Isles as the seas off the coast of Mull are important feeding areas for whales, dolphins, and basking sharks. With luck you may catch a glimpse of a rare golden eagle, otter, corncrake or many of other birds and mammals seen on the island. The Isle of Mull sits off the west coast of Scotland and is the second largest of the inner Hebridean islands. Easily accessible from the mainland with car and passenger ferries running regularly from the mainland with the main route being from Oban to Craignure via Caledonian MacBrayne. Boasting approximately 300 miles of coastline from rugged cliffs to both white and black sandy beaches, the beauty of Mull can be enjoyed year-round with an ever-changing, spectacular landscape.
Mull is a surprisingly big island and has so much to offer with many villages, lochs, and beaches to explore. You can also easily visit the iconic island of Iona, the tiny isle of Ulva or the slightly more distant Treshnish islands. There is easy ferry access to the mainland from Tobermory to the Ardnamurchan Peninsula or from nearby Fishnish onto the mainland Morvern Peninsula.