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The Isles of Mull and Iona lie off the west coast of Scotland. Mull is one of the largest Hebridean islands with a population of just under 3000, and measuring 50 miles from North to South. The main population centre is Tobermory, where nearly 1,000 people live and work. The Isle of Mull is best known as a holiday island, with superb walking, fishing and outdoor pursuits amid glorious scenery. There are 1,000 foot sea cliffs, white sand beaches and a huge mountain range with the highest mountain, Ben More, rising 3,000 feet from the clear blue sea. There is abundant wildlife on land, in the surrounding seas and in the air, golden eagles and the very rare white tailed sea eagle live here, also otter, dolphins, whales and basking sharks are seen regularly around the island.

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Isle Of Mull Hotel and Spa, Craignure, Isle Of Mull, Craignure, PA65 6BB
Book Online Situated on the crescent of Craignure Bay, this hotel has stunning views over to Morvern and the west coast. The main ferry terminal is just a few hundred yards away, with a shoreline path leading to the hotel.more details Isle Of Mull Hotel and Spa Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

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AttractionsIsle of Mull Rail, Craignure, Isle of Mull PA65 6AY. Tel: 01680 812494. Scotland's original and only island passenger railway. The terminal at Craignure is reached by the 80 car/1000 passenger Isle of Mull ferry from Oban. The Railway Timetable links in with most ferry sailings. The railway is 1¼ miles (2 km) long and operates steam and diesel hauled trains to Torosay. The train journey is one of great beauty as the 260 mm gauge trains potter slowly alongside the Sound of Mull with extensive views of Ben Nevis, the Glencoe hills, the island of Lismore and the mass of Ben Cruachan. www.mullrail.co.uk. On the east coast of the Isle of Mull.

Isle of Mull Rail

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Attractions Torosay Castle, Craignure, Isle of Mull, PA65 6AY. Tel: 01680 812421. Torosay Castle is located near Craignure and Duart Castle on the Isle of Mull. Sitting in 12 acres of ornamental gardens, it is a Victorian mansion built in 1858 by the Scottish architect David Bryce. It is very much a family home, with the upper floors still lived in. The main rooms open to the public contain cabinets of various mementos and china acquired over the years, including pictures of Winston Churchill who was a frequent visitor in his younger days. Visitors to the library are invited to sit on the sofa and delve into a stack of magazines piled on an Edwardian table. On the east coast of the Isle of Mull.

Torosay Castle

Attractions Duart Castle, Isle of Mull, Argyll PA64 6AP. Tel / Fax: 01680 812 309. The ancestral home of the Clan Maclean, the castle stands on a crag at the end of the peninsular jutting out into the Sound of Mull. Today the castle is open to the public, for which there is an entrance charge. Visitors may walk through the dungeons and state rooms at their leisure, ending on the top of the keep where it is easy to appreciate the strategic site of the castle. www.duartcastle.com. On the east coast of the Isle of Mull.

Duart Castle

Attractions Tobermory Distillery, Ledaig, Tobermory, Isle of Mull Tel: 01688 302645. Tobermory is the main village on Mull and the home of the distillery. It is a dramatic location at the foot of a steep hill with the distillery signalling the begining of the village, which spreads round a broad bay. The distillery was founded in 1798 and the present buildings were erected during its first period of operation which continued until 1826. The distillery was 'silent' for long periods in the mid 1800s and mid 1900s and was twice revived during the 1970s. Now it has been revived again.
www.tobermory.co.uk. In the northeast corner of the Isle of Mull.

Tobermory Distillery

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