Call us on 01688 400682

Tobermory Location for Eas Lodge, Fors Lodge

Eas Lodge and Fors Lodge are situated on the edge of Tobermory, tucked in a pocket of countryside between the colourful harbour town and the leafy Aros Park. You'll find the vibrant cafes, interesting art galleries and the attractions of Tobermory are within walking distance, and yet enjoy a feeling of tranquillity and seclusion, rounded off with lovely sea views rolling away to the front of the lodges here, thanks to their location on a working croft. The lodges promise a peaceful spot for both families and couples visiting Mull, with the best of both worlds when it comes to amenities and rural views.

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

Aros Park is just around the corner from Eas and Fors Lodge. The woodland area of the park consists of many varieties of shrub, fungi and trees, as well as the abundant birdlife that accompanies such a diverse habitat, not forgetting the red deer too. Children will enjoy the adventure playground, while the 30-minute loch walk offers a peaceful amble at any time of day. A network of other paths traverse the woodland, enabling you to break the treeline and enjoy views to Calve Island, walk out to the old fishing pier, or discover one of several stunning waterfalls.

Just down the road, the charming town of Tobermory awaits. Visit An Tobar for live music and art exhibitions, browse the artisan gift shops and enjoy delicious café lunches beside the water, as well as more formal options for evening meals too. There's seafood aplenty to be celebrated, from fish and chips prepared on the pier, to the delicacies served at highly rated restaurants, like Hebridean Lodge (offering delicious meals to take home from their fridges and pop-up specials nights too) and Café Fish (one to book well in advance).

For those who fancy a bit of adventure, venture out on one of several boat trips departing from Tobermory harbour, where you could visit the Treshnish Isles and Staffa or perhaps embark on a whale-watching trip. Land-based wildlife tours also depart daily from Tobermory, giving you plenty of opportunity to explore the island and spot Mull's majestic eagles.

The white sands of Calgary Beach lie only 30 minutes to the west, while the historic attraction of Duart Castle, with its own hidden sandy bay, lie a similar distance to the south.

  • Eas and Fors Lodges on a working croft on the edge of Tobermory
  • Explore the scenic network of trails through nearby Aros Park
  • Take in views from the coast across to Calve Island
  • Discover north Mull's secluded sandy beaches at Croig
  • A walk to the Rubh nan Gall lighthouse from Tobermory is recommended
  • A bird's eye view of the lochan in Aros Park
  • Looking down on Tobermory's colourful harbour front
  • Eas Fors on the west coast, from which one of the lodges takes its name
  • Visit the island of Staffa on a boat trip from Tobermory
  • A 30-minute drive delivers you to Calgary beach
  • The harbour front promises cafes, restaurants and boutique shops galore
  • Explore Mull's hills or take on the island's only munro
  • Looking out across Tobermory