Historic house and bunkhouse sleeping up to 22 with hot tub for families, group gatherings and outdoor enthusiasts on Mull
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Achaban House, Fionnphort, Isle of Mull, Scotland, sleeps 2 - 22 in 8 bedrooms.
Sleeps 8 to 22 in the house and bunkhouse:
Achaban House sleeps 14
Bunkhouse sleeps 8
Achaban House, set in a stunning rural location, is perfect for a group gathering and family holidays. The Ross of Mull is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.
The house is full of historic character, with a spacious, comfortable interior decorated in contemporary style and accommodating up to 14 guests in 6 bedrooms, each with its own bathroom. The sitting room and dining room have wood-burning stoves and are ideal for everyone socialising and relaxing together. The kitchen is large and very well equipped for self-catering. The laundry, with washing machine and dryer, is also an excellent drying room for outdoor gear.
Outside, the south facing lawn with its ancient standing stone has lovely open views over picturesque Loch Pottie and is a popular place for relaxing or alfresco drinks. The log-fired hot tub means you can enjoy outdoor life whatever the weather.
The Ross of Mull is famed for its dramatic pink granite coastline and many shell-sand beaches, which are mostly within 2 to 20 mins from the house. A 10 km scenic walking circuit passes by the grounds. The Iona ferry leaves from Fionnphort offering further beautiful coastal scenery and historic attractions. Boat trips to see the puffins on the Treshnish Isles and Fingal’s Cave on Staffa also depart from Fionnphort. There are many species of rare wildlife to be seen in the local unspoiled rural and and marine environment.
The Isle of Mull food produce has an excellent reputation and can be sourced locally. For self-catering, seafood such as lobster, langoustines and fish freshly caught that day is often available from Iona Seafood. From the land, wild venison and hill-fed lamb and beef can be sourced from local crofts. For eating out, there is the local restaurant and pub, the Keel Row, and fine dining at the Ninth Wave Restaurant.
There is also a bunkhouse on site with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, its own private area and car parking.
The owner lives on site and is therefore available to show you into the house and provide any other information you may need on arrival.