Muirloch Executive Lodge

Outdoor Jacuzzi Hotel Scotland

As the ferry sets sail from Oban, admire the scenic landscape and arrive at Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa to receive one of the warmest welcomes in Scotland. Situated close to the ferry terminal on the south east of the island, the hotel itself lies on the crescent of Craignure Bay with gardens stretching to the water’s edge. Picturesque, the hotel offers a perfect base to explore the island and the dramatic coast of the West of Scotland.

As well as in the unspoilt nature of the Highlands island, there’s as much to enjoy inside the hotel as much as what’s outside. Highlights include a 17-metre swimming pool, children’s splash pool, outdoor hot tub, sauna and our specialist Rasul Mud Room – the only one found in the West of Scotland. Choose from a wide range of relaxing spa treatments, sample the best of the local cuisine in our bar or restaurant and retire to a restful night’s sleep.

We look forward to welcoming you for a memorable holiday to one of the most iconic hotels on Mull. Our hotel deals and last minute short breaks offer fantastic value suitable for a family friendly activity break, romantic couples retreat or simply a break to participate in bird-watching on the islands many beaches. If there is any information you need before your stay, simply give us a call or drop us an email and we’ll be more than happy to help.

How to find us...

Located off the beautiful west coast of Scotland, the Isle of Mull is accessible by ferry from two main ports – Oban and Lochaline.

Ferrys from both ports run regularly throughout the day. If you are approaching from the north, you will reach Lochaline first, travel just 15 minutes across to Mull from here. If you are approaching from any other direction, head to Oban and take the 45 minute crossing across to the island, although longer than the Lochaline route, it offers the best views of the island on this crossing.

A rail and sail service is available from Glasgow and train station is only a short distance from the ferry terminal.

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