The hotel, which was renovated in 2005, has its own wide-reaching green land that extends right out to the water's edge, and it offers its guests a spectacular view of the mainland from every room. Not far away guests can take a look at the local castle and marvel at the varied beach and sealife, including dolphins and whales. With a bit of luck guests might catch sight of deer in the park. The house has a total of 86 rooms, spread over 3 floors. Facilities offered by the hotel include an entrance hall, public Internet access, as well as laundry and room services. There is an on-site whiskey bar, Muileach, offering an exclusive selection of whiskeys with 'Embassy Status', and the restaurant Sheallach Na-Mara, with its breathtaking view over the coast, which serves local specialities. In the Observatory bar and the lounge guests can relax to their heart's content.
This family-friendly hotel is located on the crescent-shaped Craignure coastline on the Isle of Mull. There is a ferry port close by, as well as restaurants, bars, shopping amenities and links to public transport. The Isle of Mull offers visitors a vast array of sea excursions and is the ideal place for anyone interested in birds and wildlife. The hotel is also an ideal base from which to explore the island, from north to south.
The comfortable rooms each have a view of the Craignure coast and come with an en suite bath/shower with hairdryer, a direct dial telephone and a TV. Further fittings in these rooms include a double bed, as well as individually adjustable heating and tea and coffee making facilities.
For the sport enthusiasts, the hotel provides facilities for diving, windsurfing, sailing, riding, motorbike trips and golf (for an additional fee). The newly opened 17-metre swimming pool and spa is also available to guests offering facilities such as an outdoor hot tub, sauna, steam room, foot spa, mud room, hairdresser and a whole range of various treatments from hot stones to neck, back and shoulder massages.
A full Scottish buffet breakfast is provided each morning. The restaurant offers both a la carte and table d'hote dishes each evening and there is a carvery lunch every Sunday. Morning coffee/tea is available as are full bar meals.
Payment is accepted by American Express, MasterCard and VISA. Some debit cards are also accepted.
Take the ferry from Oban to Craignure. At the harbour turn right and drive towards Tobermory. After about 800 m turn right up to the hotel.
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