Whether you have a few days or a couple of weeks, exploring the islands around Scotland is definitely a trip worth taking. From the western isles to the Inner Hebrides, each island off the coast of Scotland has its own character and unique attractions.

Explore the islands of the Inner Hebrides and go on an island hopping adventure to discover the strikingly beautiful landscapes, exciting local attractions and wonderful wildlife. The Isle of Mull is a great starting point for your adventure, even just as a day trip from Oban, there is so much on offer and so many hidden gems to discover on island trips from Oban.

Getting to Mull

Ferry near Isle Of Mull Hotel & Spa

Mull is easy to get to from the busy bay of Oban, which is unofficially known as the ‘gateway to the isles’. This west coast seaside town is filled with shops, restaurants and attractions, and is the perfect starting point for your island adventure.

Our Oban Bay Hotel is a great base for your exciting Scottish escape; with ferries coming and going to the isles all day, every day. The ferry from Oban to Mull only takes around 40 minutes and arrives at Craignure, which is only a few minutes away from our Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa.

Things to Do on Mull

Tobermory near Isle Of Mull Hotel & Spa

Mull is an exciting island to explore, from the impressive landscapes such as the peak of Ben More, to the historic castles and beautiful beaches, there is so much on offer. Filled with friendly locals, Tobermory is a colourful fishing town and the island’s capital, which is rich in culture and attractions. Our Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa looks out onto Duart Castle, a 13th century fortress which is perched on a rocky landscape on the edge of the isle. These are just some of our favourite island sights though, with lots more to be discovered on the island!

Staying on Mull

Turn your staycation into an island hopping adventure and explore some of the incredible Scottish islands on your doorstep. From Mull, there are a number of smaller islands that you can reach by boat, including Iona, Ulva, Staffa and beyond. There are so many hidden gems in the isles and this summer is the perfect time to experience all that Scotland has to offer.

As the second largest island in the Inner Hebrides, the Isle of Mull is definitely worth a visit. Whether you use Mull as your starting point or stop off during your trip, our newly renovated Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa is the perfect base for your visit.

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