Getting to Mull

Beach House sits nestled on the southern side of Loch Scridain, accessed via the same road which eventually ends up at Fionnphort and the ferry over to the ancient island and Christian settlement of Iona. To get to the farmhouse you first need to travel to Mull via the ferry. By car there are two main routes from the South, either via Glasgow and the A82, onto the A85 to Oban, or from the eastern side of Scotland via the M9 and then onto the A84 through Callander, then merging with the A85 to Oban.

At Oban you catch a Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) ferry (45 minutes) to Craignure on Mull. There are two alternate routes onto the island via the Lochaline – Fishnish or Kilchoan – Tobermory crossings also run by CalMac.

To make your trip a little easier we recommend you view our interactive Google Map Beach House, Isle of Mull — How to get there below. On the map you’ll see small blue placemarks which help show the way to Beach House to the south of the island. Clicking these placemarks brings up a small pop-up window with a picture and further details on getting to our self-catering farmhouse. If you want to see a bigger map just click this link to open it in a new window.

View Beach House, Isle of Mull — How to get there in a larger map

A spacious self catering house on the Isle of Mull with spectacular views and superb visitor reviews, Beach House is a must for your holiday in Scotland.