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Cill-Mhoire Lodges

Self Catering

Address
Cill-Mhoire Lodges
Dervaig
Tobermory
Isle of Mull
PA75 6QN
Scotland
Telephone (01688) 400445
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Dervaig, Isle of Mull

Short Breaks all year round

Cill Mhoire Lodges in Dervaig provide a home from home for your holiday on Mull.

Mull is a paradise for wildlife lovers and walkers. We provide plenty of walking books and nature guides to the island in your lodge plus Ordnance survey maps covering the whole of the island. We are often visited by deer and white tailed eagles fly over our site.

The lodges are set within the five acre grounds of our home on the edge of the village within walking distance of the well stocked village shop and the Bellachroy Inn, serving delicious food and a great range of drinks.

We are pet friendly and all our furry friends receive their own welcome pack on arrival.

Please see our website http://www.isle-mull-self-catering.co.uk/index.php for further information and for online booking.

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Directions

GETTING TO MULL – If travelling by car, ferry tickets for the Oban – Craignure service will need to be booked with Caledonian MacBrayne either via their website at www.calmac.co.uk or by telephone on 0800 066 5000. There is an alternative ferry via Corran & Lochaline – Fishnish which you cannot book but queues can form at busy times..

DIRECTIONS: From either ferry turn right toward Tobermory, the road here is two lane single carriageway and continues to Salen. At Salen continue toward Tobermory on a single track road with passing places. After one mile turn left onto a single track road signposted Dervaig. Continue until Dervaig is reached (about 10 miles) and turn right, up the hill toward Tobermory. ‘Cill-Mhoire’ is the last bungalow on the left as you leave the village, about ¾ mile up the hill.

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