The cottage & garden were so well presented, clean & very well equipped. We had a very comfortable week staying here with our dog who loved having the secure garden to wander around in too. The location of the cottage was great for exploring the ROSS Of Mull which we did most days. Having the Tv ...
My wife and I had a wonderful stay. Richard was a wonderful host. Breakfast was delicious. Ardoran House was tastefully furnished. My wife and I will certainly return.
One of the most fascinating aspects of Scotland’s Inner Hebridean islands is the varied geology of the region. This has given rise to many unique and arresting natural rock formations. A number of these are known all over the world, such as the intricate formations of Fingal’s Cave on the uninhabited Isle of Staffa, to the oft-photographed Old Man of Storr in Skye.
Another example of the area’s interesting geology come in the form of the Isle of Mull’s Carsaig Arches on the Ross of Mull peninsula. These two large stone arches were formed over millennia by the tides at Carsaig Bay. The surrounding beach also offers excellent views across the water to Colonsay and Jura.
The Isle of Mull is the second largest of the Inner Hebrides--after Skye--and is a must see destination on any trip to Scotland. With so much just a hop, skip and a jump from your hotel’s doorstep, a visit to this island will leave you with lasting memories of Scotland. Use Expedia’s handy search tool to find the perfect hotel in this magical part of the world.
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