Open plan living space.
Living area: 24" Freeview Smart TV, DVD Player, Woodburner, Patio Doors Leading To Garden...
Kitchen area: Electric Oven, Electric Hob, Microwave, Fridge, Washing Machine
Bathroom 1: Walk-In Shower, Heated Towel Rail, Toilet
Bedroom: Galleried, Double (4ft 6in) Bed
Ulva Ferry is an unspoilt part of the island, and is designated as a National Scenic Area by Scottish Natural Heritage, due to its outstanding natural beauty. There are a fantastic range of birds, marine life, deer and otters to spot in this area and as the owners of this property run a Wildlife Tour business next door, you have the best advice on your doorstep. There are unrivalled views across Loch Na Keal to the Island of Ulva and towards the Isle of Iona. From the doorstep of Island Views, guests can walk to Ulva Ferry where the small ferry boat takes passengers to the Isle of Ulva for some fantastic walking, during the summer months. There are also tour boats departing from here and visiting the Treshnish Islands and Staffa. It is a 20-minute drive to the village of Salen for the nearest shop and post office. Tobermory is a scenic 40-minute drive north, passing by Torloisk, Calgary Bay and the village of Dervaig on the way. Dervaig, 25 minutes away, is a picturesque village with church, village shop and the oldest inn on the island. Heading north through mature woodland at Torloisk, there are some lovely beaches to visit, including Traigh na Cille, 15 minutes away and Calgary beach 40 minutes away.
Nearby places to eat include a café on the Isle of Ulva, which serves excellent seafood and can be combined with an exploration of Ulva itself. There is a restaurant just 4 miles north and it has an excellent reputation for delicious home cooking that celebrates the best local produce. 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 form 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. Beach 4 miles. Shop and pub 9 miles, restaurant 4 miles.