* 2 twin bedroom
* 1 single bedroom
* Towels and linen included
* Living room with TV, DVD player, Freeview and stunning views
* Shared loo with bath, shower and basin
* Tea and coffee facilities
* Self catering kitchen with sink fridge/freezer, cooker, oven, microwave, toaster, kettle, washing machine, tea towels, dishwasher
* Utility room with sink, ironing facilities, washing machine and tumble dryer
* Dining room with table and chairs
* High chair available
* Private front door
* Private garden with picnic table and stunning views
* Heating and power is included, the radiators are electric
* Bed linen and towels are included
* Heating and power is included
Prices can be found on booking.com here:
If the Farmhouse is unavailable we have more accommodation next door at Arle Lodge
www.arlelodge.co.uk (1-2 night stays available)
Located in the rural area of Arle, and only a two minute walk from the stretch of water named 'Sound of Mull'
This cosey old pink cottage is over 175 years old, but it's been newly refurbished with all mod cons for 2019.
It has thick stone walls and stunning sea views up and down the Sound of Mull, and to the mountains beyond.
There are two twin bedrooms and one small single bedroom upstairs. Downstairs there is a lounge, dining room, bathroom, modern kitchen and utility room.
There is a bench in the private garden to sit at and take in the views of the landscape and wildife.
The house has a private entrance and is a detached property.
Accommodates a maximum of 5 guests. No smoking inside the property. Sorry no pets allowed. There is private parking right next to the entrance. Located in the rural area of Arle and only a two minute walk from the stretch of water named the 'Sound of Mull'. The fireplaces are ornamental. Includes parking. Minimum 3 night stays available.
Children and Babies welcome.
In line with Scottish policy, the cottage is non smoking.
Sorry, no pets.
Maximum 5 guests.
If you are coming from the Fishnish or Craignure ferries head towards Tobermory.
Drive straight through the village of Salen and on for 5 miles. (Do not turn off at Aros mains)
Arle Lodge is on the right hand side of the road and is well signposted.
Personal items are held in the property at the occupiers own risk. In the event of a cancellation or 'no show' we will not offer a refund.
The accommodation should be vacated by 10.00 am on the morning of departure. Please leave the key in the door.
"We had such a great time in your accommodation. We left with some wonderful memories to treasure forever."
"Thank you so much! Hannah and Alan are very knowledgeable and welcoming hosts and we can't wait to come back next year."
"We loved the peace and tranquility and felt so relaxed and revived after a week on the gorgeous Isle of Mull."
Things to see and do on Mull
The second largest island in the the Inner Hebrides, Mull is reached by a forty-five minute vehicle ferry from Oban. There are also sailings from Lochaline on Morvern and Kilchoan on the Ardnamurchan peninsula. Moorings are available at the local pontoon. There is a small airstrip at Glenforsa suitable for private aircraft and a train service from Glasgow to Oban that connects with the ferry.
Due to it's colourful houses, the harbour town of Tobermory was the filming location of the television series 'Balamory'. The town is a popular tourist destination and provides an excellent range of dining, cultural and shopping opportunities. There is a medical centre, churches, a high school with a primary section, and good sports facilities including a nine-hole golf course with spectacular views down the Sound of Mull.
The Isle of Mull boasts extraordinary and diverse scenery. From the dramatic Gribun cliffs and the shark-fin peak of Ben More to the white sands at Calgary Bay. A multitude of sea lochs give Mull over 500km of coastline to be explored by kayaks, divers, yachts, or on land by foot or mountain bike. The awe-inspiring landscape is also a strong draw for artists.
Accompanying the varied scenery is the diverse range of wildlife. Mull is home to a variety of rare birds including white-tailed sea eagles, golden eagles, and hen harriers. The island is famous for its roaming herds of red deer, and otters may be seen playing in the secluded bays. Whale and Dolphin trips are a favourite with tourists. There are also trips to the Treshnish Isles to visit the local seal and Puffin populations or to Staffa to admire the geology of the basalt columns at Fingal's Cave.
Remember to book the ferry in good time -Caledonian McBrayne Tel: 08000 66 5000 or (01631) 566688
"Lose yourself in the dramatic beauty of our surroundings"
"Find yourself in the warmth of our Highland hospitality"
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us:
Alan and Hannah Morris-Greenway Arle Lodge, nr Tobermory, Isle of Mull, PA726JS, UK
We are a small family run business
Tel: +44 (0) 1680 300299 email@example.com
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