Isle of Mull Hotel and Spa

The Isle of Mull Hotel and Spa overlooks Criagnure Bay on the Isle of Mull and offers stunning coastal views towards the Morvern peninsula. The Isle of Mull Hotel is a large hotel with 82 bedrooms, all with ensuite facilities.

The rooms are decorated in a contemporary Scottish style and range from budget single rooms, to standard double rooms, to rooms with sea views. The Isle of Mull Hotel also has a spa and leisure club with a gym, a 17 metre pool, sauna/ steam rooms and beauty treatment rooms (including a Rasul mud room).

Glengorm Castle

Whilst exploring the wilds of Ardnamurchan, why not pop over to the Isle of Mull for a few days; Tobermory is only a short ferry crossing from Kilchoan. One of the best places to stay on Mull, is the stunning Glengorm Castle, with its fine coastal views.

Glengorm Castle is a 19th century country house, approximately 6 km north-west of Tobermory. Glengorm Castle offers 5 luxurious rooms with ensuite facilities or private bathroom. All guests have access to the main hall, library and dining room. 

The Tobermory Cat

Although The Tobermory Cat may be a fictitious character, you may well bump into him, or one of his friends, on Tobermory High Street.  A charismatic sort of guy, laid back, and on top of his game.  A highlight of many a day trip to Tobermory from Kilchoan and always a great photo opportunity.

Tobermory Distillery

Take a guided tour of Tobermory distillery founded in 1798. Tobermory Distillery, formerly  the Ledaig distillery, is one of the oldest commercial distilleries in Scotland  and the sole distillery in Mull.  It uses the traditional copper domed iron mash tun in the distilling of its spirits.  The Tobermory brand has been used for both the single malt and blended whisky.

Duart Castle

Duart Castle is an impressive castle perched in a commanding position on a rocky promontory overlooking the Sound of Mull.  The castle dates back to the 13th century and is the ancestral home of Clan Maclean.  This stunning castle with its impressive fortifications has witnessed a turbulent history.

Glengorm Castle and Grounds

Glengorm Castle and Grounds is a short drive  or cycle journey from Tobermory.  The grounds of the castle can be explored by foot and there are several circular for you to enjoy including one to some prehistoric standing stones. The grounds are wildlife rich and there are several ranger led walks during the summer months.  There is also a nature focused interpreation centre in The Old Stables where you can find out more about the local wildlife, rarities and local sightings and plan your own wildlife safari around the grounds.


Tobermory is the main town (capital) in Mull on the north-east of the island. Its colourful buildings along the harbour have become famous in the children’s TV series, Balamory and are home to a wide variety of shops, restuarants, pubs, tearooms as well as The Mull Museum showcasing the history of Mull.  There is also a distillery, theatre, marine interpretation centre and several willdife tour comapnies start their Island tours from here.

Over the Sea to The Isle of Mull

The Isle of Mull is a great destination for a day trip when you are staying in the Ardnamurchan area. You can hop on the ferry from Kilchoan as a foot passanger and enjoy a day in and around Tobermory, or you can take your car from either Kilchoan to Tobermory or from Lochaline to Fishnish and travel further afield. As well as the shops, restaurants and museums in Tobermory, there are some lovely local walks and plenty of wildlife spotting opportunities and tour options. All aboard!