Flexible stays – arrive on any day of the week and stay for as many days as you like
Book a private room for up to 4 guests or the whole cottage for up to 8 guests for self-catering accommodation at Fionnphort on the Isle of Mull. We regret we are unable to take dogs. Click here to book online> We are open all year for whole cottage bookings; March to October for both bunkroom and whole cottage bookings. The minimum stay is 2-nights apart from March, April and October.
The Ross of Mull Bunkrooms has two 4-bed bunkrooms, which is ideal self-catering holiday accommodation on the Isle of Mull for small groups and families as well as couples. You can book a private room for up to 4 people with a private bathroom, or the whole cottage.
The bunkrooms and the 2 bathrooms are newly refurbished; the kitchen is well equipped and the dining /sitting room is spacious with a wood-burning stove and a lovely view of Loch Pottie (Loch Poit na h-I) and the standing stone.
Ross of Mull Bunkrooms accommodation and facilities
The bunkrooms are modern, cosy and comfortable; ideal self-catering accommodation.
- 2 newly decorated bunkrooms each sleep 4 people on new Sleeptite bunks – the best there is!
- Bed linen supplied
- 2 new well-appointed bathrooms with lots of hot water
- Spacious dining and sitting areas with woodburning stove, a library and games
- Self-catering kitchen, well equipped
- Small drying room
- Towel hire at £2.00 per towel
- Laundry facilities on site
- Cycle storage
- Free parking on site with room for kayaks and other equipment
Surrounding the Ross of Mull Bunkrooms is 6 acres of land which is excellent wildlife habitat. Just outside the Bunkrooms is a standing stone which is reputed to have been erected as one of a series of signposts to the Isle of Iona.
The Bunkrooms are less than 1 mile from the village of Fionnphort, the ideal location for exploring the Ross of Mull Peninsula with its dramatic cliffs, white shell-sand beaches, unspoiled natural environment, exciting wildlife and rich history. Fionnphort is also the ferry departure for Iona, making a visit to the island very accessible, as well as the point for day trips to the islands of Staffa and Lunga in the Treshnish Isles