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Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa, Scotland
Sitting on the east coast of the Isle of Mull, right next door to the Craignure ferry terminal, the location of this hotel can't get any better. The largest and most luxurious property on the island, it's an excellent bet for couples seeking a romantic weekend away with gorgeous views, or families who want to be by the sea. After an excellent renovation in 2021, the hotel has some seriously smart rooms, a restaurant that champions local produce and a fantastic spa for downtime and indulgent treatments. The lawns outside the hotel are a lovely place to walk, but the real highlight is the small beach at the end of the wooden boardwalks. Head down there at low tide with a glass of something from the bar and watch the light change in the sky at the end of the day - it's pure bliss.
We loved our morning walks with the dog along the wooden boardwalks and through the sculpture trail that leads down to a rocky, white-sand beach.
The Isle of Mull is known for its rugged coastline and wildlife. You'll find Duart Castle a 10-minute drive from the hotel.
By ferry: ferries operate between Oban and Craignure and the journey time is 45 minutes. It's a 2-minute drive (or 10-minute walk) to the hotel. Free parking on-site. calmac.co.uk
Style & Character
This versatile property will keep couples seeking romance and families seeking upscale adventures happy. There are floor-to-ceiling windows all across the back of the property and a sea-view balcony for al fresco aperitifs.
Service & Facilities
The fresh drinking water at the 'dog stations' all over the hotel meant our dog was never thirsty.
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
Dogs get treats on arrival and are welcome to dine with you in the front section of the restaurant. It's £20 extra per night.
Stay in a suite and you can wake up and watch the ferries arrive and depart with your morning coffee. The complimentary Tunnock's teacake and Caramel bars that come with the tea and coffee facilities were appreciated.
Classic, Deluxe, Feature, Suite, Retreat Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, desk, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
Dining to the sound of the sea lapping on a Scottish beach was seriously special. The hand-dived scallops with chorizo were divine and the cheese plate was a perfect finisher.
Òran na Mara: bistro, local and seasonal produce. Dishes include lamb shank, North Sea octopus and plant-based haggis. All-day dining, open daily.
Sea Deck bar: open daily for light bites, afternoon tea and drinks. Food served 12-5pm.