This was our first stay in the ferry house but our fourth to grass point , this time brought family and friends and dogs with us, had some wonderful views of the otter and seals, saw less of the Eagles this time - usually daily views but I understand they had been disturbed earlier in the breeding season . Just a magical place to stay and a comfortable house for a group with space to spare. Definitely will stay there again.
By Liz Lavis stayed in July 2016
First off, I'll start with the positives, the house itself is in the most beautiful spot - the scenery is spectacular and the little bay in front of the house is teeming with wildlife (saw otters twice, and seals, as well as a plethora of birds). The house itself is huge, and our 3 kids had a great time exploring and playing. It's also very well stocked with books and board games -no need for the usual electronic devices which were instantly forgotten about.
Unfortunately the house is not in the best of conditions. The bathroom facilities are in serious need of overhauling and damp permeates the whole property. It has the feel of neglect about it, so I consider it not to be worth the considerable sum that the property costs. Also, it's not exactly suitable for someone over 6 feet tall. Yes, there are signs telling you to duck, but having to duck through every door does lead to the occasional accident!
By Andrew Marrison stayed in July 2016
Editor's Note: Old Ferry House has undergone major renovation in 2018 with major improvements in the all areas of the accommodation including new bathrooms
We stayed at the Old Ferry House for 2 weeks in August 2014. The location is simply stunning, and a great place to watch wildlife. The visitor book is full of reports of seeing otters and eagles from the house - we saw an otter from the house, and eagles on the 3 mile track back up to the main road, but saw more eagles elsewhere on Mull (in particular, the road towards Iona).
The house itself is unusual, and full of character. It's an big old house with rather idiosyncratic plumbing, but don't let that put you off. Even when the weather's bad, you can sit in the living room watching the CalMac ferries sail past Lismore Lighthouse, and the seabirds battling against the wind.
By Richard Hughes stayed in August 2014
Editor's Note: Note: Plumbing has undergone a major overhaul since this review
We stayed at the old ferry house at the end of May and had a week of great weather. The house is in a fantastic location a few miles down a track road. We saw otters from the window and off the rocks. We kayaked with the seals in the bay every evening and the kids loved the private beach. The house is large with lots of character and easily accommodated two families. I would recommend it.
By David Evans stayed in May 2014