Self Catering Caravan holiday accommodation-The Bothy,Seaview
The Spacious Bothy Self Catering Caravan at Seaview two minutes to the beach and 5 minutes from the Iona and Staffa ferries
'The Bothy self catering caravan
Our self-catering holiday caravan accommodation is affectionately known as 'The Bothy' and is ideal for couples who wish to stay longer than a few days and enjoy the flexibility that self-catering offers to explore the Isle of Mull. We are located in the heart of the small fishing village Fionnphort overlooking the historic island of Iona and its historic Abbey,two minutes to the sandy Fionnphort Bay, close to all local amenities, including the well stocked village shop & post office, pub & restaurant as well as being ideally situated for exploring the Ross of Mull, Iona, Staffa and the Treshnish Isles. There are also numerous Walks and powder white beaches close by and an abundance of bird and wildlife
‘The Bothy’ self catering caravan accommodation is a comfortable, spacious and fully equipped 36' x 12' Tudor Goodwood static caravan tucked away in a quiet and secluded corner of our garden overlooking the hills and moor – it has 2 bedrooms, a double bedroom (with a standard size double bed) and a twin bed room (ideal for young children only), with a shower room, toilet and hand basin, an additional separate toilet and hand basin, a separate storage room, a fully fitted kitchen with built in safety certified gas oven and hob, full size fridge with icebox and a microwave oven. The open plan sitting area is spacious and comfortable with plenty of sofa seating with a corner dining area and comes equipped with a TV/DVD player, Freeview satellite with radio, books to read and browse including local history and interest books, board games and jigsaws. There is a gas safety certified fire in the living area, with additional electric panel heaters in the main shower room and both bedrooms.
Maps of the local area, and a comprehensive information guide detailing local walks is also provided. Outside, The Bothy has it's own small sunny patio with picnic bench and table plus two teak sun loungers. A rotary clothes line is provided and a next day laundry service is also available at Seaview.
‘The Bothy’ is available for weekly lets (Saturday to Saturdays only) from Easter weekend to September The hire price includes water, heating, gas, electricity, all bed linen, duvets, pillows and towels (but please bring your own beach towels). Private parking is available at the front of the house. Please note: Because we have our own family dogs we do not accept dogs in The Bothy as our Labradors, Megan and her daughter Lainie have full use of the garden.
Reservations and availability enquiries for ‘The Bothy’ self catering caravan can be made
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Should you need to cancel: please let us know in writing as soon as you can (email is fine); a charge for the full cost of the rental will be made but only if we are unable to re-let the caravan.All deposits are non-refundable unless we are able to re-let less a small charge @ 10% of the cost of the deposit to cover administration which we incur. If you haven't already got holiday cancellation insurance (you may be covered in your home insurance), we do advise you take out insurance to cover your holiday accommodation costs in the unfortunate event of you having to cancel your reservation at short notice.
The village of Fionnphort which means "Port of the White Sands" in Gaelic and is pronounced something like "finnyfirt" is on the south west peninsular of Mull,known as the Ross of Mull. (Ross is the Scottish word for peninsular). Fionnphort takes its name from the splendid white sandy bay which is overlooked by Seaview providing a wonderful foreground to the Isle of Iona and its many splendid sunsets. Many of our guests comment on the views we have from Seaview and they often tell us that by staying with us they have the best of both worlds-not least our welcoming hospitality but also the amazing views they have of the Sound of Iona and the Abbey,whilst enjoying breakfast and dinner. We agree with them-as inviting Iona is, the view from Iona back across the water to Fionnphort isn t quite the same!
Fionnphort is a small thriving community and is more than just a passing through point for the ferry across to Iona and the boat trips out to the Treshnish Isles – it is also the home and workplace to approximately 100 people. With only 45 homes in the village, Fionnphort and her residents support an astonishing number of visitors from around the world who travel through Glen More from Craignure to the Ross of Mull, whatever the weather 365 days a year.
http://www.isle-of-mull.net/ information about the east and north of Mull for Ross of Mull and Isles of Iona and Staffa Information please use this site
click here for bus timetable from Craignure to Fionnphort, Isle of Mull