Isle of Mull - Pennyghael
Pennyghael is a small village in the Ross of Mull, Argyll and
Bute, Scotland. It is located along the A849 road aligned along the
coast line of Ross, on Loch Scridain in southwestern Mull, along the
road to Bunessan. The Leidle River passes to the west of the village
into the Loch.
The village is approached from the west over a small bridge across
the Leidle River, known as Pennyghael Bridge. The A849 rubble bridge
contains a single arch and dates to 1835-6. The Pennyghael Estate
covers roughly 10,000 acres (4,000 ha) and extends to the sea cliffs
at Carsaig Bay and from Kinloch in the east to Aird Fada in the
Pennyghael has a weather observation station which is equipped with
Simple Auroral Magnetometer, thermometer and hygrometer which are
enclosed in a small Stevenson Screen and fixed on the wall of the
observatory building here.
Pennyghael Community Hall is a tall-roofed building. Pennycross
School, of square pink granite, dates to 1872. There is a stone
cross monument located about 80 metres (260 ft) north of Pennyghael
House. Known as the Crois an Ollaimh, it is rough-cut and of Latin
Tel: 01681 704034
Smithy House B&B a family run Bed and Breakfast with a Tea Room
offering a wide range of freshly baked cakes, famous scones and home
cooking. Smithy House B&B + Tea Room Is a family run establishment
with over ten years experience in the trade. Friendly, welcoming and
flexible we offer an extensive and varied menu including hot and
cold snacks, hot and cold drinks and freshly made cakes and
scones. We can also cater for all dietary needs inc. gluten and
wheat free products. Situated on the corner of Loch Scridain in the
heart of Pennyghael we are a few steps away from the loch, a short
walk from Penny Cross and just four mile from Carsaig and its famous
Arches. A reliable, friendly and local bus service picks up and
drops off from out side the door giving you easy access to all parts
of the island. So having an early morning tea or coffee, sat on the
edge of the loch with the sun glistening off the water. Baby chicks
and ducks feeding around you, whilst you gaze across the loch at Ben
Moore sets up an idyllic experience for anyone.
rooms are not en-suite, however there is a separate shower room and
bathroom available. Pets are welcome.
Tel: 01681 704230
Craigrowan is a modern, idylically situated bed and breakfast,
achieving Four Star Gold status in 2011, and is Mull's only listing
in 'Scotland's Best Bed and Breakfasts'
Set above the shores of Loch Scridain in the village of Pennyghael
with stunning views of Ben More and surrounding mountains.
Craigrowan is ideally situated to explore Mull and Iona.
house is set in its own private grounds surrounded by an established
beech forest, a habitat for many wild birds, red deer and woodland
Craigrowan is easily reached by road or public transport, situated
on the A849 some 21 miles from Craignure on the main road to Iona.
Craigrowan was originally built in the early 1970s and totally
renovated in 2003. In 2005 the purpose built Bed and Breakfast
accommodation was completed, and in 2010 all the letting rooms were
accommodation consists of three letting rooms with en-suite
facilities, comprising of one twin and one double room downstairs,
both with power showers and one double room upstairs with a
Mull Bed & Breakfast
Come on holiday to the Isle of Mull,
where eagles soar in the clear blue skies, otters play in the lochs
and red deer roam the hills.
Come and walk the deserted white sand beaches. Come and enjoy the
peace and tranquillity the islands have to offer..........
We offer Bed & Breakfast on the Isles of Mull.
We have a large selection of
accommodation providers in Tobermory and other areas of the Isle of
Mull including, Salen, Dervaig, Bunessan, Fionnphort, Craignure,
Lochdon and Ballygown
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Pennyghael Hotel is situated in an idyllic location, on the shore of
Loch Scridain on the stunning Hebridean island of Mull. We provide
friendly and comfortable hotel & self-catering accommodation. We
also serve evening meals to residents and non-residents alike from
6.30 on Mondays to Saturdays.
We have six comfortable guest rooms, all of which have great views
of Loch Scridain or Ben More. Prices for B&B accommodation start at
£55 per person, per night (based on two sharing). From time to time
we offer a discount for longer stays, There is a surcharge for one
also have two holiday cottages situated within the hotel grounds -
The Pine & The Clansman. We accept bookings from Saturday to
Saturday between Easter & September. Outside of these times they are
available for shorter breaks.
We also accept up to two well behaved dogs in the cottages, for
which there is a nominal £10 per dog, per week charge.
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