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Bunessan Location for Dragonsfly Rest

Dragonsfly Rest is a superbly finished property with wonderful sea views to be enjoyed from the comfort of the living room sofa! Dragonsfly Rest has all the home comforts you could wish for and is within walking distance of the village centre with its pub (the Argyll Arms) and shop.

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

Take a wildlife tour with a local guide; go as a foot passenger to Iona and explore the Abbey and beaches. Staffa and the Treshnish islands are well worth a visit too, and you can look for marine life on the way to landing on one of these outlying islands. You can visit Ardanlanish Weavers to purchase some of their beautiful products made from their tweed, or take a trip to the Ross of Mull historical centre (in Bunessan) to find more about the history of the area.

There are a great selection of beaches in this area to explore - some where you can park right beside them and others which require a little more effort. There are some fantastic walks along the coastline, with a particularly impressive section of coast at Carsaig (just south of Pennyghael). Best to bring a pair of binoculars as there are a great variety of birds of prey around, including golden and white tailed eagles to spot; as well as the otters, red deer and the occasional passing porpoise.

  • Overlooking the bay
  • Bunessan village
  • Wonderful sandy beaches on the Ross of Mull
  • Kilvickeon beach
  • Dragonsfly Rest on the hillside
  • Boats at Fionnphort
  • Dragonsfly Rest and Bunessan
  • Aurora seen across the loch
  • Visit the Isle of Iona during your stay
  • Sit by the unspoilt coastline and watch for passing wildlife
  • Ben More on the Isle of Mull
  • Gardens as you approach the house
  • Staffa is a superb day trip by boat