Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa, Craignure, Scotland
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The stunning Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa sits on the Craignure bay and is conveniently located close to the ferry terminal allowing ease of access to the Mainland. This gives you a great feeling of leaving it all behind – but it is all still there if you need it! The Isle of Mull hotel has been blessed with stunning panoramic views of the coastline and is a major draw factor in staying here, be it for a spa weekend or a spa break in Scotland.
Pampering in the spa is a must on your visit to the Isle of Mull Hotel. Enjoy the spectacular views over the bay from the swimming pool and also from the outdoor hot tub. Relax in the steam and sauna rooms, let the foot spa ease your tired aching feet and then enjoy a total detoxification in the only mud Rasul room on the West coast of Scotland! Enjoy a massage here and let the hands of the highly trained spa therapists free you of all your stresses and strains. Treat yourself to a manicure, pedicure or even a cut and blow dry in the hair salon and then chill out in the relaxation room.
The 86 contemporary bedrooms are elegantly designed with features which include tea and coffee making facilities, luxury toiletries, hair dryers and room service. Why not treat yourself to an upgraded Executive room if you are celebrating a special occasion. These rooms have breathtaking sea views and little extras such as miniature bottles of Tobermory Whisky, fluffy bathrobes, slippers and bottled water.
Dining is a delight at the award winning Sheallach-Na-Mara Restaurant. Here you can enjoy beautiful views over the bay whilst enjoying your Scottish buffet breakfast, lunch or dinner. After a hard day of sight – seeing enjoy a well deserved tipple back at the Bar Muileach and then sit back in the Observatory Lounge and watch the sun go down.
There are so many things to do on the Isle of Mull from visiting ancient castles, diving for wrecks, fishing for trout or just jump on a boat to Iona to see the historic museums and relics. Mountain Biking, canoeing, hill walking and horse riding are very popular .This is the place to catch a glimpse of a whale or dolphin as a quarter of all species live there.
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This hotel is accessible by 2 ferry ports either Oban or Lochalnie or there is a rail and sail service from Glasgow. Pre- booking is a good idea during busy periods although ferries run from both ports daily.
For dog owners; please note that there is a £10 charge per night to bring each dog.
Dogs are not allowed in dining areas.