Maolbhuidhe (pronounced 'mull-voo-ee') is a former croft house, standing in the centre of 24 acres of croft land on a side road about a mile from the village of Fionnphort (Iona Ferry). We have panoramic views in all directions including Iona, the Treshnish Isles and Ben More.
The ideal Isle of Mull Bed and Breakfast for couples, families and small groups. We offer traditional hospitality with modern facilities.
Our guest suite has a spacious family room with one king-size and one single bed, and a sitting room and a shower-room. Our accommodation is all on the ground floor, and is suitable for couples, families with children, or small groups. You are assured of peace and total privacy.
We are a NO SMOKING household.
Availability and Booking
Your hosts: Linda and Tim Dawson
Address: Maolbhuidhe, Fionnphort, Isle of Mull PA66 6BP
Fionnphort, on the tip of the Ross of Mull, is an ideal centre for exploring the Ross itself, and for visiting the islands of Staffa (Fingal's Cave), Lunga (for bird-watching) and, of course, Iona. With a population slightly over 150 (including the surrounding area), Fionnphort has just one pub and one shop with post office. The Keel Row (pub) serves excellent food; it is often very busy, so it's better to get there early.
How to get here
The principal car ferry runs from Oban to Craignure (Mull). There are up to six sailings a day in summer (Easter to mid-October). In winter, two to four sailings per day, according to the day of the week. Other ferries run to Mull from Lochaline (Morvern) and Kilchoan (Ardnamurchan).
Maolbhuidhe is about 50-60 minutes drive from Craignure. Follow the signs for Fionnphort / Iona ferry. A service bus meets most (but not all) ferries. Detailed directions
Meaning and Pronunciation:
'Fionnphort' (pronounced 'finnafort') means 'Fair Harbour'
'Maolbhuidhe' (pronounced 'mull-voo-ee') means 'Yellow Knoll'