Cruachan is a contemporary holiday cottage in the Isle of Mull’s main town Tobermory. Tobermory is famed for its stunning natural harbour fringed by woodland, with the iconic brightly coloured cottages of the town making it a well known destination.
Cruachan is located above the harbour in upper Tobermory, and is the first of three cottages that share this location, Lileas and Struan being the other two. Cruachan has ample parking for three cars and a lawned garden to the front of the cottage.
A raised patio looks over the lawn and is equipped with a picnic bench for alfresco dining. Entering the cottage, guests will find that the main open plan living, dining and kitchen area is a great family space with plenty of room to relax in. The house is well appointed throughout with light colours and modern furnishings creating a contemporary look.
The living room has comfortable seating for six guests and a wood burning stove creates a focal point for the room. The dining table accommodates up to six people, and there are great views from here, out to the front of the cottage with the church tower on Argyll terrace visible in the distance.
The kitchen is well appointed and equipped with all you need for your self-catering break on Mull, and the double glass doors can be slid open to allow easy access from the kitchen to the outside picnic table and patio area.
You’ll find a double bedroom on the ground floor with plenty of storage space. Also on the ground floor is a bathroom with shower unit, basin and w.c. A separate utility room features a washing machine and dryer and provides useful extra storage space.
Upstairs a landing leads to the second double bedroom, a light room thanks to double aspect velux windows (both with blinds), and a large south facing window. The twin room is also spacious with comfortable beds. The bathroom has a bath with shower over, basin and w.c.
Cruachan is a perfect base for those wanting to make the most of the amenities of Tobermory. There is lots to see and do in the area with a network of forestry track walks close by, boat trips departing from the harbour for wildlife watching excursions and trips to Staffa and Treshnish islands. You can take a tour of the whisky distillery in the town, visit the aquarium and museum, or head up to the cheese farm on the outskirts of town for lunch and some local produce.
Living Area: Comfortable seating in the living area; television with freeview channels and a selection of books. Dining table and chairs.
Kitchen: The kitchen has an electric hob and oven, fridge, freezer (under counter with three drawers), kettle, toaster, microwave, dishwasher and range of cookware and utensils; baking equipment and cafétiere. There are some store cupboard basics provided too. The separate utility room has a washing machine and dryer.
Bedrooms: There are two double bedrooms (standard sized double beds) and one twin bedroom in the house, all with memory foam mattresses. One double on the ground floor and a twin and double on the first floor. Hair dryer provided.
Bathroom: There is a shower room on the ground floor with shower unit, basin and w.c. On the first floor there is a bathroom with bath and shower over, basin and w.c.
Garden: Patio area leading onto a lawn surrounded by hedging. Picnic bench and barbcue provided.
Heating: Central heating. Heated electric towel rail in the downstairs bathroom and log burner in the living area.
Wood Burning Stove: Wood burning stove in the living area and supply of logs at the house for guests to use.
Bed Linen and Towels: Bed linen and towels are provided.
More at this Property: Wireless internet access (fibre broadband, fast speed). Iron and ironing board and clothes rack. Travel cot provided (please bring your own bedding).
Arrival and Departure: Arrival after 4pm. Departure by 10am.
Maximum Occupancy: The property sleeps a maximum of six (adults and children), plus one child in a cot under 24 months (cot available, please bring your own bedding). Please note the number of persons occupying the accommodation must not exceed the number stated here.