The hotel offers a mix of hotel guestrooms, some with sea views, some which are dog friendly.
Every room is different in size and shape, yet all are finished to the same high standard. The rooms are decorated with neutral and stylish colours and soft furnishings and have that modern Scottish twist. So whether you’re looking for a large selection for a wedding, a cosy romantic getaway or relaxing spa break, you’ll find accommodation that will suit your needs.
There are 82 stylish bedrooms within the hotel. There is indoor access to the spa and leisure club through the ground floor which is perfect for those wishing to wander into the spa in a robe.
Dining at Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa is an experience. Head chef Noel Escobal has developed and fostered strong relationships with local growers, producers, farmers and fishermen on the island. His efforts and passions have set him on a continual search to find even more local produce to work with.
The hotel’s Sheallach-Na-Mara Restaurant has arguably the best views on the island and specialises in local seafood and steaks. Mull ‘Highland’ beef, venison and game, fresh langoustines, lobster and Isle of Mull scallops among others are delivered daily.
You will feel a sense of relaxation when you reach Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa, but go a step further with time in the spa to leave you feeling truly pampered. A new menu of fabulous spa treatments include Classic Swedish Massage, Tri-Enzyme Resurfacing Facial and Visible Brilliance to name a few.
Discover a Rasul Mud Room, an ancient Egyptian bathing ritual that involves formulated clay being applied to your body as you enter the specialist Rasul Chamber. As the clay hardens, the treatment detoxifies your skin and is washed away with the infusion of steam and gentle rain-like shower.
Only one of a few spas in Scotland to have a Mud Rasul Spa it really is a highlight.
Craignure is a small village located on the Isle of Mull, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The village is located around Craignure Bay, on Mull's east coast. It is a great place to stay if you’re seeking to explore the Island. From wildlife watching to visiting Duart castle, there’s lots of interesting things to do.
With a small population of 200 people, there are many visitors that come to the village every year. Famous for the Craignure Pier, it acts as the main ferry port on the Isle of Mull. The village has a visitor centre which will provide you with all the information you need to enjoy and explore Isle of Mull. Moy Castle and Torosay Church are local attractions worthwhile visiting.