Mull and Iona
Discover Mull and Iona
Mull and Iona
Mull is the second largest of the Inner Hebridean islands. The main ferry port is at Craignure in the South-east corner of the island which is approached past the spectacular headland of the ruins of Duart Castle. In the summer you can catch the Mull narrow railway to Toronsay Castle and gardens. The North of the island is the home of the delightful town of Tobermory (the setting for the BBC children's show Balamory) and the South-west corner of the island is the gateway to the famous and holy island of Iona and Fingal's cave. There is an enthusiastic car rally event held in October.
Acorn Guest House is in a quiet situation within walking distance of Inverness city centre with off street parking.
Perth and Kinross
Pitcullen Guest House - Edwardian elegance with a contemporary twist - is situated in a desirable residential area of Perth, a short walk to the Fair City & all its attractions.
Bayview Guest House
Isle of Barra
This stunning guesthouse overlooks Castlebay, on the beautiful Island of Barra in the stunning Outer Hebrides
Witchwood House Oban
Witchwood House is a stunning period guest house situated on Oban’s residential seafront with an uninterrupted view of Oban Bay and the islands beyond.
Things to do in Mull and Iona
Isle of Mull is the second-biggest island in the Inner Hebrides. As a holiday destination, Mull has become very popular, especially among wildlife lovers.
The wonderfull Isle of Mull is full of opportunities to develop your photography skills and unleash your creativity. Our courses are practical and hands-on in individual and group field workshops.
Staffa National Nature Reserve
This small island off the Scotland west coast looks like it came from another planet. Its hexagonal columns were formed millions of years ago by a volcanic eruption and a blanket of lava all over the Atlantic Ocean. Several years of waves hit these columns, forming the magnificent Fingal cave.