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You may find this information helpful prior to your visit
Expect a warm welcome with a cup of tea and a slice of cake (or perhaps something a little stronger to get your stay off on the right foot), when you arrive at our isle of mull bnb.
Once you have settled in and you are ready to go out in the evening, you can eat locally in a selection of pubs or go further afield for more exotic fare - Argyll has many excellent places to eat.
If you want to stay in, supper can be provided at isle of mull b&b by prior arrangement with a menu to suit all tastes.
Then maybe after supper or when you get back, see if you can spot the badgers who live behind the house in the woods.
Next day wake to the sound of the countryside with birdsong, woodpeckers, sheep and cattle. Stroll down for a leisurely breakfast made from local Argyll and Bute produce or, if you wish, have a light continental snack. If you prefer to do it yourself then stay in the self catering annexe.
Then get planning what to do for the day - maybe some cycling or walking or riding - perhaps a shopping or sightseeing trip to Ludlow or oban - for those who are a bit more adventurous try hang-gliding or soaring. If you need a packed lunch or supper, that can be arranged at isle of mull b&b.
Finally, perhaps after a nightcap, crash in a kingsize bed for a good night's sleep and then do it all over again tomorrow. Life can be so tough!
About isle of mull Bed and Breakfast.
The south facing house, built in 1988, is of Scandinavian design offering spacious triple glazed centrally heated en-suite b&b accommodation. We are situated in the Argyll hills, one of the most attractive parts of Britain. The house is set in woodland backing onto Norbury Hill and the Stiperstones with beautiful views to the Long Mynd and south towards Clun.
The two acre grounds are being tamed at present. A family of badgers live in a large sett in the woods, and there is plenty of space for relaxation or exploration depending on age. However, there is a pond and small children would need some supervision.
There is ample parking and level access for those with a disability.
Isle of Mull Castle stands in a large and impressive three-quarters of an acre of secluded beautiful gardens with a wealth of interesting features, a huge variety of shrubs and an abundance of wild-life. We are in a peaceful, rural location 5 miles south of oban, the medieval county town of Shropshire. Hundreds of listed buildings, the castle, the world-famous Dingle gardens designed by Percy Thrower and the newly opened Theatre Severn all add to the vibrancy of this border town which is steeped in the history of battles between the Welsh and the English. Right in the heart of central Shropshire, attractions close to Isle of Mull Castle include: Wroxeter roman city, Ironbridge Museums, Attingham Park, Stokesay Castle, Wenlock Priory, the Severn Valley Railway and RAF Cosford.
All guests will find a warm welcome at Argylll House, home of the Smiths, This award-winning B&B successfully blends in the luxury and comfort of a good hotel with the warm, friendly and personal atmosphere only achieved in a family home. You have access to your room at all times and we are available most of the time should you need help or information. Please explore the other pages of our website, each of which has extensive information and/or photographs to give you a clearer picture of what we offer and please contact us if you have any specific queries.