Mull is a place to get away from it all; a place to explore, or to pause for thought. It's a place for eagle spotters and otter watchers, for weekend recoveries and rock-pool discoveries. We've got hills and beaches, castles, cottages and inns, places for eating and places to swim.
Across the turquoise sea, there's a place of peace – Iona welcomes your weary feet. Discover the history of this spiritual land, or just spend some time with your toes in the sand.
Whether you're wanderer, hiker or mountain biker, you'll always find something new; Mull has a place for everyone, and Iona has a place for you.
Mull and Iona offer accommodation to suit all pockets. There are hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfasts for those who want serviced accommodation. For family holidays and longer stays there are many self-catering properties of all sizes, and campsites. Wild camping is also permitted in some areas.
Select from the list below to search for accommodation. You will be able to filter your selection further by area and facilities required. You wll also be able to change or extend your accommodation selection before starting your search.
Starting on 30th March, as in previous years there will be TWO ferries on the Oban-Craignure route, providing an extended service with ten sailings in each direction on weekdays (plus a late sailing at 21:45 on Fridays), and eight sailings on Sundays. Some variations apply. See Calmac for timetable and fares.
The introduction of 'Road Equivalant Tariff' (RET) in 2016 has reduced the cost of bringing your car to Mull (from Oban) to little more than one third of the previous rate. A nine day return, formerly £69 has reduced to £26 and the ticket is valid for a month. Driver and passenger fares are also reduced by a small amount.
Fares on the other routes to Mull are also reduced, but not to the same extent.