This large Inner Hebridean island, situated off Scotland's west coast, offers nature enthusiasts and adventurers a breathtaking escape. This hidden gem boasts an awe-inspiring landscape, abundant wildlife, and a rich cultural heritage that will leave you mesmerised. Nature lovers will be spellbound by Mull's rugged coastline, majestic mountains, and pristine beaches. Embark on exhilarating hikes through lush forests, where you might encounter red deer or golden eagles soaring above. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the stunning Isle of Staffa and its famous Fingal's Cave, a geological wonder that will leave you in awe. For those looking for an authentic experience connecting with nature, discover the beauty of this isle from the comfort of one of our cottages on the Isle of Mull.
The Mull and Iona food trail is based upon the ethos of promoting locally sourced foods with respect to both the environment and animal welfare. Over 40 suppliers showcase their goods, from seafood, award-winning Isle of Mull cheese, homemade Haggis and locally grown vegetables. Each summer there are food-related events entitled Moveable Feasts, which is worth checking out if you know your stuff.
For year-round walking join a guided walking group that provides not only walks but navigation training and wild camping. Every level is catered for, from strolls along the coast to scrambles along exposed ridges. Mull is also renowned for its diverse wildlife. Take a boat trip to spot seals, dolphins, and even whales in the surrounding waters. Mull is a paradise for birdwatchers, with puffins, sea eagles, and a variety of seabirds gracing the skies. Immerse yourself in the island's vibrant culture by visiting charming villages, ancient castles, and vibrant local markets. Indulge in delicious seafood fresh from the surrounding waters, paired with a traditional Scotch whisky. For those experienced enough a climb up Ben More, at 966 metres, to view the fantastic islands dotted around is something to behold.