ONE OVERNIGHT STAY
Escape the everyday! This little island (½ mile long and ¼ mile wide) off the west coast of Scotland looks like it may be from a different planet. Its hexagonal columns
were formed millions of years ago by volcanic eruptions and a vast blanket of lava that spread into the Atlantic ocean.
years of waves crashing against these columns created the magnificent Fingal’s Cave.
In 1722 when the botanist Joseph Banks highlighted the wild & natural beauty of the island. It soon became a must-see location. Famous visitors have
included Queen Victoria, Lord Tennyson, Jules Verne, Robert Louis Stevenson and John Keats; all fell under the island’s spell.
Staffa came into the care of the National Trust for Scotland in 1986, a gift from John Elliott, Jr, of New York in honour of his wife Elly’s
Staffa was designated a National nature reserve in 2001.
Listen to the astonishing acoustics of Fingal’s Cave, which inspired Mendelssohn to compose his Hebrides overture.
Enjoy a puffin-spotting picnic on the top of the island in summer.
We will pick you up and take you over to Oban which has spectacular views over to the Isle of Mull. Mull is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides and the largest island in the area of Argyll and Bute. Located in the Inner Hebrides islands which we will then be crossing the Sound of Mull by ferry.
After disembarking at Craignure, we turn left along the single-track road to Fionnphort. There is a good chance of spotting some highland ‘coos’ as we travel through Mull's magnificent scenery on the short journey to Fionnphort, where we will make our way to Staffa to take in the beauty of fincal's cave, returning To Tobermory for an OverNight Stop.
MULL AND IONA ARE UNFORGETTABLE PHOTOGRAPHY EXPERIENCE'S
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 Oban
Board 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
THE TOBERMORY HOTEL
Along the seafront
The Tobermory Hotel
Is a great place to Stay
as its in the the heart of everything Tobermory has to offer
Restaurant's & bar's
Inland Double Room
Inland Twin Room
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.
Fruit juices, Cereals, Homemade bread, Soda bread & Pancakes, Freshly made yoghurts, Croissants, Fresh fruit, Cheeses
Cooked breakfast menu
(Cooked to order)
Traditional Porridge, Smoked Salmon & Scrambled eggs, Grilled West Coast kipper, full cooked Tobermory Hotel breakfast
Castle-Drop Off Point
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.
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