Tigh na Sealgair is a detached property set right by the coast, with stunning sea views. A fantastic choice for bird watchers, photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. Take an evening stroll along the single track road to Gorsten where a footpath leads down to the rocky coastline and you can watch the sun set whilst keeping an eye out for otters and seals.
Nearest village: Craignure (2.5 miles)
Drive to ferry terminal at Craignure: 6 minutes
Map and Directions
We send out a property information document with directions to the house, and other useful information, to all guests who book with us.
Things to Do
The south western corner of the Isle of Mull has some fine attractions. Duart castle is a commanding landmark nearby, and a tour of the castle and visit to the tearoom is a must. There are some great forestry and coastal walks close by, at Scallastle and Garmony. And for those wanting a challenge, the starting point for a walk up Dun da Ghaoithe, one of Mull's mountains, is just a mile or so from Tigh an Seilgair.
Closer to the house, the road to Grasspoint gives wonderful opportunities for seeing some spectacular wildlife. Sea eagles, hen harriers and short-eared owls can all be seen in the area - and red deer often roam the flats on the road to this beautiful part of the island. Grasspoint itself used to serve as a crossing point to the mainland and the old pier there now provides the ideal spot for a picnic whilst checking the outlying rocks for seals, or the waters for passing porpoise.
Craignure, the closest village to Tigh na Sealgair has a pub, serving lunches and evening meals, a village shop, village hall and playground and Arlene's cafe is great for cakes and coffees. The Isle of Mull hotel has a swimming pool, gym and spa, open to non-residents.