Seaview Bed & Breakfast
Isle of Mull
Located in the heart of the village of Fionnphort overlooking the beach just 100 metres away, Seaview is warm and cozy with idyllic views across to Iona and her historic Abbey. Ideally situated for the ferry to Iona, Staffa, the Treshnish Isles and for exploring the Ross of Mull, husband and wife team John & Jane Noddings offer you a warm and genuine Scottish welcome to their Hebridean home at Seaview in the stunning location in the heart of Fionnphort on the Ross of Mull.
Your hosts John & Jane have been looking after guests from around the world since 1990. Situated in the heart of Fionnphort village with fantastic panoramic views over looking Iona and the Abbey, the hills, beach, Burg and Ben More, Seaview is just a minute’s walk from the ferries to Iona, Staffa and the Treshnish Isles.
Seaview is a traditional Hebridean cottage built in the 1850’s from local Ross of Mull pink granite (Tor Mor quarry)and is ideally located for discovering and exploring the Ross of Mull, for visiting Iona and Staffa, and for those of you who love the outdoors, we have miles and miles of coastline, moor land, mountains, forests and beaches just sitting on our doorstep waiting to be discovered. For the wildlife enthusiasts amongst you, the Ross of Mull has it all from whale spotting trips, dolphins, corncrakes, sea eagles and golden eagles, to otters, deer, mountain hares, adders, waders, ducks…. it really is the ultimate number 1 top spot for wild and woolly encounters. We work closely with Bryan Rains an experienced and knowledgeable wildlife expert who runs the Wild about Mull tours on the Ross of Mull and who will collect you from Seaview.
We love where we live and we take our responsibilities to protect and safeguard our environment seriously; we believe in buying local, organic and fair trade products and we have been awarded Gold by The Green Business Tourism Scheme since 2005.
We have 5 cosy bedrooms at Seaview, (1 single, 3 doubles, 1 twin) all named after local islands (Staffa, Iona, Soa, Lunga and Erraid), and all of them individually decorated, furnished and well appointed (described in The Scotsman on Sunday as ’boutique style’) making your stay at Seaview very much a home-from-home. Enjoy our famous ‘Fingal’s Breakfast’ using award winning produce from west coast Scottish butcher Mearns MaCaskie Butchers from a seasonal and substantial breakfast menu catering fro everyone including vegetarians, vegans and dietary requirements.
We want our guests to really enjoy their stay at Seaview – whether you are on holiday or on business, travelling alone, as a couple or as a family, our emphasis is on good old fashioned customer care and service for the discerning 21st century traveller. With this in mind we offer a range of services to make your stay as comfortable as possible – these include packed lunches, laundry service, email/internet facilities with free wi-fi broadband access for those with smart phones, laptops, and tablets, private off-road parking, and a reservation service for trips/restaurants. We are also happy to help you plan your days out and with a pub, restaurant, post office, gift shop and grocery store all close by we are sure we can meet all your needs during your stay with us.
For 3 day breaks and special offers, have a look at our website.
We look forward to seeing you at Seaview and welcoming you to our home.
John & Jane Noddings
PS: we have 2 Labrador dogs of our own and our ground floor twin room is ideal for guests travelling with their dogs.
We are very accessible from the mainland and really easy to find. From the main ferry point at Craignure we are 37 miles down a single track road and easy to reach by public transport (bus), car, cycle. Turn left off the ferry and keep going in the direction of the Iona Ferry. We are in the heart of the village of Fionnphort over looking Iona, on the left between the village pub & restaurant The Keel Row and The Ferry Shop store and Post Office. Private off-road parking for our guests and just a minute’s walk from the where the bus stops at the Ione ferry point.