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Treshnish & Haunn Cottages

Self Catering

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Treshnish & Haunn Cottages
Treshnish Point
Calgary
Isle of Mull
PA75 6QX
Scotland
Telephone (01688) 400249
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Treshnish & Haunn Cottages

Our unique cottages are carefully run to minimise their impact on the environment – whilst providing guests with a relaxing place to stay in a beautiful location. Our simple but comfortable cottages are on a working Higher Nature Value farm, with outstanding bio-diversity and magical views!

We offer guests a low carbon choice – we have installed domestic scale wind and solar renewables for electricity and heat 4 of the cottages, the office, laundry and farmhouse with biomass. We have bicycles you can borrow, and Mull Electric Bikes are available for hire nearby. Recycling is made easy at the Recycling Shed.

There are wonderful walks to do locally, and our ‘Phone Room’ has maps, binoculars, a library of wildlife and local books for you to borrow to help you explore.

The island is famed for wildlife and there are wildlife trips you can take which are GTBS members too! Mull has a great selection of local produce, with a fortnightly Producers Market at Dervaig throughout the summer.

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Directions

Public transport: It is now possible to get direct to your cottage door here at Treshnish using public transport!

The Ulva Ferry Community Bus runs on Fridays and Saturdays from Salen to Calgary, and comes right past the door. This bus is timed to connect with the West Coast Motors buses to and from the ferry terminal at Craignure. For more information please look at the Location page of our website.

By car: We are located an hour’s drive from Craignure where the Oban ferry arrives.

Once you arrive on Mull, drive north to, and straight through Salen. Approximately 2 miles north, you turn left just before Aros Bridge. It is signposted to Dervaig. After about 10 miles you reach a T junction. Turn left here, signposted to Calgary. You know you have reached Calgary when you pass through a small number of houses and the Calgary Arts tearoom. You keep going, past the beautiful Calgary beach, for another 2 miles. Our farm track is the first turning on the right, just past a Weak Road sign.

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