Ulva House is situated in Tobermory and offers a range of luxury self catering accommodation for holidaymakers, with the outstanding detached cottage for two, Canna, located next door. Columba Apartment is designed for two, while Ulva House Cottage, accommodates four.
Both the beautiful Victorian house and contemporary cottage Canna enjoy superb, uninterrupted views of the harbour from their elevated position in Tobermory, above the sheltered habour and colourful houses the town is well known for. Guests can walk to the harbour front in five minutes from the house (a convenient path starts at the bottom of Ulva House's garden), and make use of the array of restaurants, cafes and shops on the seafront.
Nearest village: Tobermory (0 miles)
Drive to ferry terminal at Craignure: 35 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
Tobermory is the principal town on the Isle of Mull. The curved, sheltered bay backed by woodland, with houses clinging to the steep hill behind the seafront, make it a picturesque setting for a holiday.
There are a range of boutique gift shop, cafes, pubs and restaurants in Tobermory, so there are plenty of options for eating out. There is a great little aquarium beside the pontoon in the marine harbour building at the southern end of the harbour, where boats depart for sight seeing, cruises, whale watching and wildlife tours. The small museum on the high street is great for those wanting to know more about the history of the island and there is a great little arts centre called An Tobar, where music events and art exhibitions are held, and it is also linked to the Mull Theatre, on the outskirts of town which provides a larger venue for theatre performances and shows.
Further afield, guests can make the most of the island's wonderful scenery. Calgary bay can be reached in thirty minutes by car, which is a beautiful, white sandy bay. There are several forestry tracks and nice walking opportunities from the town itself and in the surrounds. Freshwater lochs, sea cliffs and mountain scenery are all on offer and provide the habitats for the superb range of wildlife the island is known for.