After Skye, Mull is the second largest Island among the Islands of Argyll, located off the west coast of Scotland and accessed via boat from the coastal town of Oban. You'll not find yourself stuck for things to do while in Mull holiday cottages as this wonderful island is packed full of opportunites thanks to its great hills and mountains, wonderful beaches and coastline, and also its rich heritage and history.
Discover the Fascinating History while in Mull Accommodation
The history of Mull is quite a diverse one, stretching as far back as 6000 BC with artefacts and monuments from each era such as the standing stones, a cluster of free standing stones said to have been placed there anywhere between 5000 and 2000 BC. A more recent, yet still historical monument is that of Moy Castle, a 15th century structure which plays a heavy role in Mull's history. The isle of Mull is covered in castles including structures ranging from neolithic ages to the iron age.
Mull Holiday Cottages – the Perfect Place for Avid Walkers
Another brilliant aspect of the Isle of Mull accommodation, which cannot go unmentioned is the incredible scenery and wildlife which surrounds it. This island of natural beauty is bounding with rolling hills, beautiful forest and is also a top sight to catch a glimpse of rare wildlife such as the rare sea eagle. With seemingly countless amount of dense woods and wide lochs, there are all sorts of opportunities in this open natural expanse. Isle of Mull holiday cottages are very popular amongst walkers due to the island's incredible landscape which can't can't be compared to any other all year round.