The perfect location for a holiday on the west coast of Mull, the house is a comfy, cosy and well appointed. The kitchen (with Aga) and adjoining "blister" are a highlight - the latter offering views of Ulva and breathtaking sunsets. We had a wonderful time. Highly recommended.
By Toby & Anna M-P and family stayed in August 2018
A beautiful, comfortable and welcoming converted farmhouse with breathtaking views across Ulva, the Sound of Ulva and Loch Tuath and well located for exploring the west coast of Mull...wonderful wildlife nearby and on Ulva with easy access to Treshnish Islands and Staffa either from Ulva Ferry (5 mins) or Tobermory (25 mins). We hope to return.
By Jill and Michael Longman stayed in May 2018
Lovely warm and welcoming cottage. Gorgeous views of the sea and Ulva. Great walks from the house - up the hill and to the waterfall and beach. Enjoyed cooking on the Aga. Lots of birds in the garden (especially when we fed them) and sheep in next door field. Deer come down from hills in the evenings. Pony trekking at Killiechronan recommended. Watched eagles from the house plus otters at the local beach. Loch Na Keal gives great views of otter, eagle and divers.
By Jane Hammett stayed in April 2018
Beautifully situated cottage. So handy for Ulva and Loch na Keal. We missed the otters but we're "eagled out"!!. Great holiday
By Trevor Judith Mark and Judith stayed in April 2018