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STAFFA FINCAL'S CAVE

£1,200.00

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TWO-DAY TOUR WITH OVERNIGHT STAY

four people-£1160 six people-£1280 ferry fees included free of charge

STAFFA-TOBERMORY-KILCHURN CASTLE

DAY 1

Mull- Staffa-Tobermory

Pick up points

Glasgow, Edinburgh, Sterling,Perth

Pick up's from hotels, B&B'S, guest houses,

Train Stations & Airports can also be arranged

we will make our way to ObanBoard the Short ferry Crossing which will take you to port Craignure in Isle Of Mull

Along our route we will pass Loch Awe

Making our way Fionnphort,then we board a foot ferry to explore

STAFFA FINCAL'S CAVE

Returning To Tobermory For an overnight stay

Accommodation

THE TOBERMORY HOTELAlong the seafront 

The Tobermory Hotel 

Is a great place  to Stay

as its in the the heart of 

everything Tobermory has to offer

restaurants & bar nearby

flat-screen TV.

Wifi

Free toiletries

Inland Double Room

Inland Twin Room

Evening Information DINING

CAFE FISH

The Cafe’ is wonderfully appointed on the upper floor of the Calmac Pier with spectacular views over Tobermory Bay to Calve island and the Sound of Mull.

Full Cooked Scottish breakfast included

Day 2

Kilchurn Castle 

On route we can arrange a private tour of the iconic Kilchurn Castle.

The castle’s dramatic location at the head of Loch Awe, with the peak of Ben Cruachan visible, is one of the most photographed locations in Scotland. The inscription over the front door recognises John Earl of Breadalbane and his wife, Countess Mary Campbell, and contains the date of 1693. From the top of Kilchurn Castle, you can see the original territory of Clan Campbell, On a tiny peninsula at the northern tip of Loch Awe surrounded by glens.

Kilchurn is for anyone who has ever dreamed of having a ruined Scottish castle all to themselves, with no tourist trinket shops around. There isn’t even an attendant at the door of this picturesque ruin, but despite being unmanned, there are plenty of information boards throughout the castle. Climb to the top of its four-story tower for views of the loch and surrounding hills. 

We then make our way over to Craignure to board the ferry back to oban then onto the drop off points.