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Torlochan Location for Coorie Doon

Coorie Doon is one of two cabins located in the grounds of Torlochan House, with its own private fenced garden and driveway. Peace and quiet arrives in abundance here, with scenic views across the croft pastures, surrounding woodland and out towards the hills at Killiechronan.

A two-mile drive from the cabin brings you to the village of Salen, which has a great village shop, filling station, garage, several cafes and a licensed hotel serving evening meals too.

Nearest village: Salen (2.5 miles)
Drive to ferry terminal at Craignure: 25 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 who enjoys the outdoors will find everything they need and more for a fantastic holiday at Coorie Doon. Nearby, there are excellent walks to enjoy from Gruline, whether you follow the track along the south side of Loch Ba deep into the glen – a great place to soak up Mull’s mountain views from a lower level and scan the skies for eagles.

Venture down the north side of the loch and instead take in the historic Macquarie Mausoleum, before following the path less trodden through woodland that skirts the loch shore, arriving at lovely pebble beaches, perfect for a picnic lunch. Keep your eyes peeled for the dainty fallow deer that roam the woodland here.

Continuing westwards, Loch na Keal beckons with its veritable wildlife paradise. Golden eagles, white-tailed sea eagles, majestic red deer and elusive otters all call this corner of Mull home. A wildlife tour with a local guide can maximise your chances of seeing them and give you tips on how to watch them responsibly for the remainder of your holiday too.

Anglers will enjoy sea fishing along the coast, or permit fishing in the River Ba and Loch Ba too, with Tackle and Books in Tobermory able to assist with providing permits.

Adventure seekers can secure their adrenaline fix with a gallop along the beach with Killiechronan pony trekking on the west coast, or head eastwards and swap sand for sea with paddle boarding and kayaking available to hire in Salen Bay.

And when you’re ready to swap the wilderness for a taste of the town, Tobermory, the island’s harbour capital, is an easy 20-minute drive to the north, where a great range of restaurants, shops, the distillery, museum and more await.

  • Coorie Doon at Torlochan
  • Explore the west coast of the island's stunning scenery
  • A bird's eye view of Coorie Doon at Torlochan House
  • Enjoy a scenic walk along the shore of Loch Ba
  • Navigate the Gribun cliffs and soak up the views over Loch na Keal
  • Head north and hop across to the island of Ulva for yet more wildlife and walks
  • Ascend some of Mull's mountain peaks for spellbinding views
  • Coorie Doon's beautiful setting in the grounds of Torlochan House
  • A great area to see Mull's big five
  • Explore the coastline by road, bike or on foot
  • There's fantastic wildlife to watch for in the local area
  • Coorie Doon at Torlochan House, where sheep and ponies also reside
  • Looking across to the Ardmeaneach peninsula at sunset
  • Explore Mull's stunning coastline
  • Watch for otters in the lochs
  • Discover Traigh na Cille beach on the north west coast
  • The west coast looks especially stunning at sunset
  • Spot sea eagles in their natural habitat
  • Enjoy the scenic route around Loch na Keal