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Located on the crescent of Craignure Bay, The Isle of Mull Hotel and Spa has stunning views over to Morvern and the west coast. The hotel was very nice. Very clean and comfortable. The fellow on the front desk, Rob was excellent! He helped us and did all he could to make our stay pleasant. Everything was first rate.
Set in Craignure, 21 mi from Tobermory, Pennygate Lodge offers a restaurant and free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a continental or Full English/Irish breakfast. A friend and I stayed in the Iona room, we booked only that morning. The room was fantastic and a huge rain shower it was extremely comfortable and we wished we stayed more than one night! Breakfast was great with good coffee and an excellent selection of hand made marmalades and jams which were delicious.
Located in Lochdon on the Isle of Mull, 2.2 miles south of the main ferry terminal in Craignure, Bramble Cottage 1,2 & 3 offers pet-friendly accommodations in three 1-bedroom cottages. Beautiful cottage with everything you need. No real fireplace but the oven did heat up the rooms pretty quickly. We loved it and enjoyed ourselves heaps. Very close to ferry in Craignure. Contact to hosts was very nice.
Offering lake views, Red Watch Apartment is an accommodations set in Oban, 19 mi from Corran Halls and 22 mi from Dunstaffnage Castle. View, amazing. Total peace and quiet. Tastefully decorated apartment spotlessly clean, well equipped, access to ferry for Mull fabulous!! Great for couples wanting to walk and get away from it all. P.
Not a lot here, Spar shop sandwiches and drinks over priced and poor quality, Arlene's, the other sandwich shop /cafe was not open at the published hours, but on the day that we did get sandwiches they where delicious. Tourist Information office and staff are very helpful.
The highlights of our trip were Iona and Tobermory. There really isn't much right in Craignure except the ferry and bus terminal, an information office/tourist center, a coffee shop, the Craignure Inn pub (definitely go there for a pint), and a charity shop. We got along fine with the public transportation but it limits how much time you can spend in each place and exactly where you want to go; be sure to have a complete understanding of the time tables! Get to Iona as early as possible to have time to hike around the island. Same with Tobermory. If you want the most time to explore Mull, I would definitely recommend staying on Mull rather than going back and forth from Oban; the ferry ride takes up too much time. Two nights on Mull would be the minimum I would suggest.
I didn't know you could get a ferry from Oban to Craignure....only 45 minutes and it arrives in front of the hotel. Everyone we met was very friendly and helpful. Be warned though there are only 3 ATM's on the island that we could find and many residents use the cash-back facility in the shops to get cash. Petrol too is a minimum 20 minutes away from Craignure, in Salen.
Only small port but friendly nice coffee shop good information office buses going to locations bus drivers friendly and a nice old pub that served good meals the isle of mull hotel a 10 minute walk serving food all day
As a base to stay to explore other parts of Mull good.Blazey's.Isle of Mull hotel Blazey's staff very friendly.Arlene's coffee shop found Arlene to be a bit glum.Very easy to get around.Walks Spa at Isle of Mull.
We only had 2 nights and 1 full day. Craignure is the ferry port location so ideal for early or late ferries. Maybe not as picturesque as the other towns on Mull, with only a Spar, bar and couple of coffee shops all opposite the ferry terminal. We were recommended the bar for food but it was packed out and had to find elsewhere. Craignure does have a lovely view towards the water.
The hotel was very nice. Very clean and comfortable. The fellow on the front desk, Rob was excellent! He helped us and did all he could to make our stay pleasant. Everything was first rate.