Pure Nature
| September 10, 2016

To get to the Isle of Mull we took the ferry from Oban to Craignure. The contrast from e.g. Glasgow to this island could hardly be more glaring. The biggest road is a single track and one can drive over 40 minutes through the hills without spotting any house! Of course we had booked a accommodation at the last point of the island, but - I really was surprised - it turned out to be a very good location.

20 minutes by foot, one got to Ninth Wave, a luxury seafood restaurant, and it was full of people (not only that night!). People come from the mainland only to have a delicious meal at this restaurant and to visit Iona - a even smaller island than Mull, which can be reached by a ferry from Fionnphort - the village (or should I say the 20 houses?) at the end of nowhere.

Maybe you've already got it: Mull is a perfect place for nature lovers. And those who are looking for silence and distance from everything. It's nice for 1-2 nights, but for more days it would have been too silent and solitary for me.

Tobermory ▿

The view from Fionnphort to Iona ▿

Fionnphort ▿

Where to eat

Ninth Wave
Bruach Mhor
Isle of Mull PA66 6BL

It was very very delicious and is set in a just renovated room - of course the shades of blue dominate the interior design.

Where to stay

Since there's literally NOTHING around, I was even more excited about the breakfast menu John and Jane served to us: best fresh fruit salad, super tasty eggs and bacon - and such nice rooms! We had an absolutely a pleasant stay!

Seaview B&B
John & Jane Noddings
Fionnphort, Isle of Mull, PA66 6BL

Be back for the last post of the One-Week-Special tomorrow!

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