Luxurious converted barn in remote lochside location.
12 miles from main ferry terminal.
Beamed sitting room with open fire. Mahogany panelled dining room.
The area is renowned for its wildlife - golden and sea eagles, otters and deer. Walking is excellent and unrestricted.
We provide a choice of breakfast from an extensive menu.
The price is per room per night including breakfast.
Our experience of staying at this location was exceptional in every way.
The hospitality of Maggie and Richard was very attentive and accommodating, above and beyond the call of duty. The food served was restaurant standard and the ambience of their home was delightful.
Couldn't recommend it more highly!
Maggie and Richard were amazing hosts!We spent only 1 night but if we could we would have stayed a lot more! They were very welcoming. The breakfast was delcious with a lot of choice. The place of the B&B is a place were you can easily rest. Hope to go there again.
Richard and Maggie'ss house is a delightful old home in a picture-book setting. They were incredibly helpful. We really appreciated having a sitting room to relax in, which included an open fire, TV and a nice cup of tea. The only drawback we found was that people smoke in the home and if you are sensitive to cigarette smoke this may be an issue.
This isle of Mull is wild and beautiful, and not so many tourists compared to the Isle of Skye. We enjoyed the wonderful landscapes. The Barn is a nice place, but not as warm as most B&Bs. There can be 3 or 4 groups of guests at the same time, so it seems like a small hotel. We were summoned to a strange social hour where we were asked to fill out our breakfast forms. Even though it’s far out in the countryside, the Wi-Fi is very fast and reliable.
Traditional B&B with all the accessories: silver at the breakfast table, family portraits in the sitting room, art across the walls.
Breakfast was copious and wonderfully cooked including delicious porridge and kippers. We felt guilty over our leftovers.
We were greeted each afternoon with an offer of tea and the fireplace was already crackling. A welcome respite from our modern world.
Beautiful setting, the journey from the ferry terminal was stunning through witchy woods, rolling hills and wildlife.
If you make it to the Isle of Mull (which you should because it is incredible -- beautiful, rugged, remote), this is a great choice for a BnB. I came with a friend for one night, and we wished we could have stayed longer. Maggie and Richard are warm and welcoming and the barn that they fixed up to be their home is worth seeing in itself. We paid a bit extra to have dinner when we got there -- it was delicious! If you are looking for a quiet getaway with hosts who will give you your space, this is definitely the place to go.
RIchard and Maggie were gracious hosts and their house is lovely. There may be better breakfasts but we haven't found them yet. Highly recommended.