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Dervaig Location for Camus Cuin

Camus Cuin sits beside Loch Cuin in a truly outstanding location, with access to the loch shore via a path that leads directly from the garden, and a wonderful woodland walk from the door. There are superb sea views from the property and everything has been finished to a high standard. Lovers of the outdoors will come back to this gem of a house as the situation is perfect for cyclists, walkers, photographers or those wanting easy access to the water (great for anyone bringing kayaks).

Nearest village: Dervaig (1 mile)
Drive to ferry terminal at Craignure: 50 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

Anyone staying at Camus Cuin is going to find it fairly difficult to leave the house because of its delightful surrounds and excellent opportunities for exploring the outdoors. On the outskirts of the village of Dervaig, guests can walk to the village in around fifteen minutes (under a mile to the centre), along a pretty, winding, single track road and pick up a paper from the village shop.

In the opposite direction, there is access to the Quinish estate; a fabulous circular woodland trail which is perfect for a morning jog, or dog walk, and there are more tracks leading off from this to explore. From the garden itself, there is a footpath leading to the shore of Loch Cuin where you can sit on the rocks and watch the world go by, or launch kayaks for those who have come equipped.

If you do find time to explore further afield, there are a handful of lovely restaurants in the area for evening meals; beaches dotted along the coastline such as Langamull and Calgary; and the main island town of Tobermory is a twenty five minute drive from the house.

  • Fantastic location of Camus Cuin beside the loch
  • Soak up the sunset above the village
  • Stunning views for guests at Camus Cuin
  • Traigh na Cille, a great beach on Mull's north west coast
  • Loch Cuin late in the evening
  • Sliding doors to the living room at Camus Cuin
  • The garden gate with path to the shore below the house
  • Scots pine on the shore below the house
  • Camus Cuin and the approach
  • Red deer near the house
  • Golden eagles around north Mull
  • Otters are a regular sight on the loch
  • Dervaig village is a lovely walk from the house
  • Camus Cuin
  • Walk to the standing stones on the Quinish Estate
  • Tobermory, Mull's island capital!