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.
Culdearn is a beautiful country house in Grantown on Spey situated in the heart of Speyside in the Cairngorm National Park. Ideal for whisky distilleries and castle visits.
Kildonan Lodge Hotel
Edinburgh City Centre
Located close to the city centre, this 4 star small accomodation has a passion for ensuring their guests have a relaxing comfortable stay.
Lynnfield Hotel & Restaurant
The Lynnfield in St Ola is a small country-house hotel, looking northwards over Orkney’s capital, to Kirkwall Bay and the north isles beyond.
The Salen Hotel is a privately owned Highland Hotel providing beautiful accommodation, lovely food and a warm welcome.
Herrislea House Hotel
Stay at Herrislea House Hotel & you can enjoy the fresh, rugged landscape, blaze your own trail and explore our heritage. In summer there is no darkness, you never need to stop!
Doune is a small hotel on the western tip of the Knoydart peninsula. The ideal base to explore this beautiful part of Scotland. Leave by boat from Mallaig to start your adventure.
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.