Iona , the historic Scottish island, birth place of Scottish Christianity, with its sacred, spiritual, Iona Abbey and Iona Nunnery,splendid white sandy beaches, peaceful old world charm, Iona Marble Quarry, and burial place of ancient kings and clan chiefs of Scotland and Norway, A must see hebridean experience! and historically one of the most important locations in Scotland. click picture above for detailed information and images
Iona the furthest west of the mull-iona-and-staffa island group, is located one mile from Mull, across the Iona Sound. Ferries regularly leave Fionnphort, in the south west corner of Mull known as the Ross of Mull, summer and winter, Seaview b and b accommodation is 2 minutes walk from the ferry pier and has great views to Iona and the Abbey.
Mull- The second largest island in the Inner Hebrides group on the western seaboard of Scotland, and the diverse big sister of the mull-iona-and-staffa tri-island group. Click on the image above for detailed information on the Isle of Mull., The Isle of Mull, Gaelic, An t-Eilean Muileach, The isle of Mull is of isles the fairest,Of ocean gems 'tis the first and rarest,Green grassy island of sparkling fountains,Of waving woods and high tow'ring mountains
Visit the most accessible west coast of Scotland island group, Mull is 45 minutes by boat from Oban, which is three hours by car from Glasgow airport! Mull has everything all the other Hebridean Isles have and more, the extra jewels of Iona and Staffa on its doorstep. A complete Hebridean experience for the visitor
Mull has, Munro Ben More, stunning wildlife, fabulous beaches, a distillery, super wild walking, wild fresh larder products, a pipe band, highland games, ancient castles, crofting comunities, a tulmultous history, boat trips and tours click here, beautiful and varies scenery, and interesting geology.
Updated 15 February 2018 Seaview bed and breakfast 2001-2018
Staffa island and Fingal's Cave- for detailed information and images of Staffa click on the above picture
The Isle of Staffa is the smallest of the mull-iona-and-staffa tri, island group, approximately 80 acres in size and uninhabited however it is the most spectacular of all the Hebridean islands with its mind blowing geological formations of super cooled volcanic basalt pillars and in particular the wonderous Fingal's Cave. It has a breeding colony of Puffins. A must see Hebridean experience!
Staffa is located west of the Isle of Mull, and six miles north of the isle of Iona, the approximate latitude and longitude coordinates are 56.432415,-6.341643
To visit Staffa boat trips and tours leave Fionnphort and Iona piers daily,weather permitting between the months of April and October. John can reserve this trip for you while you are staying at Seaview. for further info click here