To the beautiful Isle of Mull and to Highland Cottage, David and Jo Currie's award-winning small hotel and fine-dining restaurant sitting above the island "capital" of Tobermory. Set amidst the quiet elegance of the town's conservation area, and yet only a few minutes from the hustle and bustle of Main Street and the Fisherman's Pier, Highland Cottage is a haven of genuine hospitality, well-appointed comfortable bedrooms and exceptional cuisine - every bit a genuine home-from-home as much as a small upmarket hotel.

Contact Details

  City Tobermory
  Postcode PA75 6PD
  Address 24 Breadalbane St Tobermory
  Phone Number 016 8830 2030

From Our Website

As an important part of your holiday planning, please be sure to consult the Calmac website to check the current timetable and booking information. Please be aware that due to social distancing measures the capacity on a number of Calmac ferries will be significantly reduced. The wearing of face coverings is currently mandatory on all public transport in Scotland.

Given that we have chosen to call ourselves a "Cottage", none of our rooms are huge but all are, we believe, well-appointed and equipped with everything that makes for a comfortable stay and, of course, a good night's sleep. Our only dedicated Twin-bedded room and situated on the Ground floor with level access through to the Breakfast room/Dining-room and downstairs Sun-lounge/Sitting Room.

It is no co-incidence that the local Gaelic anthem - The Isle of Mull - contains the words ".of isles the fairest." Mull, the second largest of Scotland's Inner Hebrides is a large, beautiful and scenically diverse island within a relatively easy reach of Scotland's principal cities and airports. Known to some of our European cousins as the Last Wilderness, Mull offers stunning scenery and abundant wild-life as well as easy access to the "satellite" islands of Iona and Staffa - both, of course, famous in their own right.

One of our concerns in attempting to change was the apparent unpopularity of the term "Fine-dining" - a term we now try to play down in that the image may well be of a rather stuffy, formal environment - unsuitable for those wishing to relax and enjoy themselves on holiday. Having said that, we do believe that dining at Highland Cottage is both relaxed and informal - fun even - whilst being professional at the same time. Dress code is quite relaxed - within reason! - and your table is yours for the duration.

We have, of course, our on-line booking partner but please feel free to telephone and talk to us - or e-mail - if you prefer as we can sometimes be more informative and flexible than the electronic gizmos allow us to be. Whilst we have no dedicated Single rooms we are always happy to quote for single person use upon request.