Welcome to the red granite cottage by the sea,our home in Fionnphort, Isle of Mull, on Iona and Staffa's doorstep , offering a complete Hebridean Experience in a quality relaxed environment since 1990. With award winning authentic hospitality from your genial west coast Scottish islander host John Noddings and his lovely English wife Jane.
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Seaview Bed & Breakfast accommodation, is a tastefully renovated traditional Hebridean cottage built by lighthouse stonemasons in the 1870’s from the local Tor Mor red granite rock, and is superbly located in the heart of the peaceful village of Fionnphort , Isle of Mull.
Seaview is the nearest Mull bed & breakfast accommodation to the Isle of Iona and the Isle of Staffa, and our home is just a minutes’ walk from the hustle and bustle of the pier where the fresh seafood crab & lobsters are landed, the ferries depart for the isles of Iona and Staffa, and the bus from Craignure ends its scenic run at the pier.
Easily accessible by car, bus or cycle, Seaview's accommodation has fabulously, spectacular; panoramic views across the Sound of Iona to the island of Iona's historic Iona Abbey, as well as overlooking Fionnphort’s powder white sandy beach and its landmark split red granite rock just feet from our front door.
Splendid views to Ben More Mull and the Burg cliffs on the Ardmeanach Peninsular, wild life galore right on your door step ( sea eagles, otters, corncrakes,puffins, whales and dolphins) to name but a few ,coastal walking to suit all abilities, and a genuine sustainable approach to running an ethically aware business,the accommodation at Seaview bed and breakfast offers home-from-home comfort with professional courteous care and with us providing 27 years non stop B and B here at our homely cottage with many returning guests a testament to our ability to care and look after all who pass our way.
Seaview, ideal destination for couples and the single traveller who may be interested in Christianity,History,Walking,Wildlife, Sea life, Geology,Beach combing,fine dining at the nearby award winning restaurant "The Ninth Wave" and generally relaxing, chilling out, having a "craic" with John and getting away from it all!
Good quality locally produced food is important to us and over the years we have developed our famous FINGALS BREAKFAST for the traveller with a hearty appetite using best fresh local west coast produce. Our eggs are truly free range and we collect them from our crofting friends. Our Fingal's breakfast and dinner meat served is provided by Mearns T McCaskie, Traditional Award winning west coast Family Butcher who guarantees the source of all his meat products and is Scottish Haggis Champion 2016-17 and west coast Black Pudding and pork sausage champion 2016-17 read more We are also supplied organic pork sausages and organic lamb by our local crofting friends. Our menu, has been developed over many years to cater for most tastes and diets, with our guests able to choose many options depending on appetite, all cooked to order.
PS; Almost forgot! with safe private parking and complimentary Wi-Fi for our guests, we think we've got it covered.
Our website not only shows what Seaview bed and breakfast has to offer but can also be used as a comprehensive guide about Mull, Iona and Staffa.
The magical Isle of Mull has everything the other Hebridean islands have and a bit more! with Historic Iona and Spectacular Staffa on its west coast!
The Isle of Mull, is the most easily accessible of all the Hebridean islands served by three ferry routes from the Scottish west coast mainland, the primary mainland port being Oban, which is at maximum is only three hours drive from Glasgow airport and is also served by train from Glasgow,passing through spectacular scenery on its way to Oban.
"Seaview bed and breakfast in Fionnphort Isle of Mull is ideally located for visiting Mull, Isle of Iona with its Iona Abbey and Isle of Staffa, the easiest accessed, must see, "Complete Hebridean Island Experience" on your visit to Scotland."
Updated 6 February 2017 Seaview 2001-2017
John and Jane's photo of the day
You may pass this winter wonderland scene if you travel regularly from Glasgow to Mull on the A82 via spectacular Glen Coe and the Corran and Lochaline ferries to the Isle of Mull. Rannoch (bracken) Moor is one of the largest areas of boggy moorland in Scotland, an expanse of 50 square miles resulting from an ancient ice field. It is an area of Special Scientific Interest and Special Area of Conservation noted for its wildlife and rare ants!. Corrour Railway Station on the picturesque West Highland Line is the highest and possibly the remotest railway station in the UK situated 10 miles from any proper road. This photo looks towards its western border where the mountains separate Rannoch from Glen Etive.
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