Our 4-star Mull spa hotel features luxury bedrooms and bathrooms and new generously proportioned sea view Mull hotel suites to complement the Driftwood Spa offering revitalising ishga treatments, thermal experience & 17-metre sea view swimming pool.
Local produce is showcased at Òran na Mara, Gaelic for 'Song of the Sea' the bistro is inspired by the array of fresh seafood from the waters around Mull. Take in the coastal views and watch the sunset over the islands and Craignure bay from Sea Deck and the Balcony Lounge.
Where luxury and wellness meet adventure, our Isle of Mull accommodation is a retreat to relax and renew. Guests enjoy our secluded location just a couple of minutes away from Craignure Ferry Terminal, with Tobermory hotels being over a half-hour drive away. Our convenient location offers travellers one of the best places to stay on Mull.
Are you looking to experience the relaxation of island living? Recharge in our luxury Driftwood Spa? Or indulge in our delicious local produce while you take in the outstanding views? Whatever it is, there is no doubt our Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.
Explore our rooms and available dates today. Some of our popular rooms book up quickly so we advise booking in advance to avoid disappointment.
"My partner and I are just back from a 5 night stay here and would highly recommend this hotel. The location is fantastic - lovely views out over the bay, a boardwalk down onto the shore, convenient for the ferry terminal, and a good central location to explore the island. The whole hotel has recently been refurbished and looks great."
Three ferry routes to the Isle of Mull
Check in from 3pm. Check out by 11am.
Keeping you connected in business and in pleasure
We pride ourselves in our ishga spa treatments
Sea views to Lismore and the mainland from the swimming pool.
Free on-site car parking
Charge your electric car for free in our reserved spaces
Views from the hotel across the Sound of Mull
Access to the beach from hotel grounds
Spot wildlife on your ferry journey and on the island