Ardachy is tucked away in rugged farmlands of a typical croft, some two miles south of the small village of Bunessan. The ferry terminal for the islands of Iona, Staffa (Fingal's Cave) and Treshnish, is only 7 miles distance.
The hotel has a southerly aspect over the deserted sands of Ardalanish Bay and beyond to the Hebridean islands of Jura, Colonsay and Islay. On a clear day, the coast of Ireland is visible.
There is a choice of eight comfortable bedrooms, single, double, twin or family sized, seven of which offer shower & toilet facilities en suite. All bedrooms are equipped with hairdryers, radios, tea making facilities and convector heaters.
|City||Isle of Mull|
|Phone Number||016 8170 0505|
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Ardachy House is situated on the stunning Isle of Mull, overlooking Ardalanish Bay, with views of the Atlantic Ocean to Colonsay and Jura. We are ideally situated for trips to Iona and Staffa and an ideal venue for exploring the Ross of Mull and the Island. We are a short drive to the ferry for Iona and boat trips to Staffa. It is also an ideal venue for exploring Mull. There is plenty to see and do, from wild-life to castles, beaches and mountains, history and open skies. Whether walking, sea Kayaking or biking, the Isle of Mull offers plenty of opportunity for fresh air and outdoor pursuits.
We took over the guest house in December 2018, having spent some time finding the right spot. Ardalanish Bay is fresh, relaxing and ever changing. The experience of nature, the hills, sea and wonderful people is what we were after. Chris spent time at sea, working in shipping and shipping insurance around the UK and Asia. Jo worked with horses before working in the health service. We wish to settle in Mull with its friendly community.
There is plenty to see and do on this fascinating remote Scottish Isle, from mountain walking and biking to sea kayaking and rock climbing. Mull is home to spectacular wildlife, castles, beaches and remote moorland and mountains. We are a 5 minute walk to the beach, which is a designated site of scientific interest with its unique geology, iron age fort and standing stones. Peace, tranquillity, wildlife, walks, good food from local produce are on our doorstep. We can also provide details and contacts for group activities and excursions and for local tour operators.
Guests are free to use the lounge and dining room. Wi-Fi is available downstairs and we have a selection of books and games. We provide evening meals, which can be arranged and booked in advance. We are also fully licensed with a large selection of local beers, spirits, wines and whisky. We have parking for several cars. Single room with en suite shower, toilet and wash basin. Bed linen, towels, coffee & tea making facilities, hair dryer, Wi-Fi, complimentary toiletries, mirror, lamp and chair are provided.