Seabrae Cottage has a simply fantastic setting above Tobermory harbour. This 19th century stone built fisherman's cottage forms part of Argyll Terrace, which overlooks the bay below with great views out over Calve Island. It is only a short walk from Argyll Terrace down to the harbour, via a pedestrian route ('Middle Brae') that connects the two roads. The An Tobar arts centre, which has a fantastic little gallery space and tearoom is also found on the same street.
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 enjoys a stunning setting in the north of the Isle of Mull. The Inner Hebrides boast an array of beautiful destinations, but this stunning little village, backed by steeped wooded hills in a sheltered bay is hard to beat for its picturesque qualities. And Argyll Terrace, just above the 'main street' by the coast, where Seabrae Cottage is situated, is in a great central position, with the benefit of being in a quiet residential area.
Guests can easily walk along the terrace and down to the harbour front to make the most of the cafes, restaurants, boutique shops and galleries below. Seafood and local produce can be enjoyed in a wide range of superb eateries and there is a museum, aquarium and pontoon down by the shore too. Boat tours depart from the southern end of the harbour, where there is also a well maintained path leading along the coastline to Aros Park (more walks, waterfalls and woodland to be explored). The golf course and theatre sit on the outskirts of the village.
There are plenty of opportunities for wildlife watching, walking, cycling and sightseeing near to the town. Calgary beach is a beautiful sandy bay just thirty minutes drive from the town and there are forestry tracks and beautiful coastal walks too in the local area.