Directions

Directions for Holiday Cottages:

On entering Tobermory in the 30mph you will come on a button roundabout. Keep left (DON ‘T GO DOWNHILL) go over small bridge. Once over bridge turn right following signs for Police and Fire Station. Follow the road for 600metres and go past the Fire Station and continue on the road over small crest and then down the steep hill. You will see the school in front of you.

Turns square left and go uphill for only 50 metres then turn left off the main road around shed with black door and veer right.

100 metres up the private road and turn right at end of road. You will now see the cottages.

First is Cruachan then Lileas and up at the top is Struan with the decking.

The cottages are available from 4pm any problems someone will be at home from 4pm on 01688 302888.

The postcode for all of the holiday cottages is PA756PS

Unless you happen to be handy with a pair of oars, you’re going to be arriving on Mull via one of three ferry routes, all run by Caledonian MacBrayne. In order of size/popularity, these are Oban to Craignure, Lochaline to Fishnish, and Kilchoan (Ardnamurchan) to Tobermory. Arguably the most convenient route from Glasgow and the South is the Oban-Craignure crossing, but this is the most expensive and you miss out a great deal of attractive scenery along the upper part of the A82 beyond Tyndrum. Either of the other routes takes you along the A82 through the stunning Glencoe valley before taking the Corran ferry and then onto the single track roads. 

Timetables and Fares for CalMac crossings for Summer timetables are here.  For the winter timetables and Fares, follow this link instead .  

From Glasgow, it is around 140 miles, and four hours travelling time, to reach Kilchoan for the short crossing to Tobermory harbour and a less than five minute journey to us. Unfortunately you cannot book this ferry in advance, and there are fewer daily sailings than the other routes. The route to Lochaline is a little shorter, at 130 miles and 3 and a half hours travel, and has around double the daily crossings and cannot be booked up front. In terms of journey time, the Craignure boat always wins, at just 100 miles and 2 hours 2o minutes in the car from Glasgow, but this leaves the longest journey on Mull (which is surprisingly long for first-time visitors!) and as said above misses some of the beauty of the Highlands. Ultimately the choice is yours, but our advice would be to take the middle of those three choices, to Lochaline, and leave sufficient time to enjoy the route. By all means call us and we’ll help you choose!