Isle of Mull

The Isle of Mull is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides, lying off the west coast of Scotland. It is the easiest and most accessible Hebridean island for visitors, only a 45 minute ferry crossing from mainland Oban, which in itself, is only 2.5 hours by car from Glasgow. Train and bus connections are regular offering superb and stunning scenery on the way.

With a land mass of 337 square miles and a resident population of approximately 2,800, the Isle of Mull is "THE COMPLETE HEBRIDEAN EXPERIENCE" having everything all the other islands have to offer individually but all on one island and more - spectacular walking and scenery, Ben More, the only island Munro you can climb from sea level to its peak; stunning complex geology eg Isle of Staffa and The Carsaig arches, ancient and mystic standing stone circles, superbly diverse satellite islands,fabulous white beaches, historic remote Stevenson rock lighthouses ,rare wild flowers, a whisky distillery, Golden Eagles, sea eagles, otters, corncrakes, hen harrier, short eared owl, whales dolphins and sharks; historic and romantic castles,pipe and ceilidh bands, and additional gems such as the satellite islands - world famous Iona with its historic Abbey and the spectacular Isle of Staffa with Fingal's Cave and it's breathtaking basalt columns. Seaview is situated at the centre of this Hebridean experience, in the heart of Fionnphort village and is the nearest bed and breakfast to the boat trips to Iona and Staffa and also Wild about Mull land based wildlife tour. We will happily book these tours for you Come to Mull and taste the fresh local produce Mull beef,lamb,pork,fish and shellfish in restaurants such as The Ninth Wave,Cafe Fish,The Keel Row Hebridean Pub,The Fionnphort Seafood Bar and experience Hebridean hospitality at its finest..
Ceud Mile Failte ( a hundred thousand welcomes)