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Simeon & Heather Hill
Isle of Mull

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Tigh-an-Achadh Bed and Breakfast on the Isle of Mull

Salen villageSalen is Mullís most central location from which to explore the island by car. Tigh-An-Achadh has off road parking for three cars. Without a car Mull can be explored by the bus service that connects Salen with Tobermory, Craignure and down to Fionnphort and thence by ferry to Iona. Tigh-An-Achadh is just a short step away from the village centre where the bus stops. Salen has one of the few petrol stations on Mull, a repair garage, a restaurant, two hotels that serve bar meals, a self-service Spar shop, a post office and launderette.

Salen's Church of Scotland church is in the village whilst the Episcopal church of St Columba is two miles away at Gruline. Both offer Sunday services and in the summer season Salen church also offers teas and coffees on certain morning and is an occasional venue for dances and concerts.

Gruline Episcopal Church
Gruline Church

Piper at Salen Church
Salen Church

The Isle of Mull is a gem on the west coast of Scotland. A 'mecca' for wildlife enthusiasts with red deer, otters, seals, golden eagles, sea eagles and an abundance of other land and sea faring birds are a common sight. Mull also boasts a host of activities for residents and visitors including scenic hill walking, fresh water and sea fishing trips, pony trekking, two golf courses, many sandy beaches and of course, visits to Mull's neighbouring islands - Iona, Staffa, Ulva and the Treshnish Isles.

Pony Trekking at Killiechronan
Pony Trekking

Bottlenosed Dolphin
Bottlenose Dolphin

Tobermory, Mull's 'capital' - was made famous by the BBC children's television programme, Balamory! With its characteristic colourful houses, beautiful natural harbour, distillery, pubs, restaurants and many other places of interest, this is a great place for days out and for shopping. Mull is also fortunate to have a fascinating history; relics of its incredible past remain - from standing stones, stone circles and crannogs, to more recent structures - including Moy Castle and Duart Castle.


Lochbuie Standing Stones

Mull also boasts several key events during the year - starting in April - Music Festival; May - Wildlife Week, July - West Highland Week (Yachting) and Highland Games; September - Food Festival and 'Mendelssohn on Mull' (music); and finally October - 'Tour of Mull' (Mull car rally).