Maolbhuidhe Bed and Breakfast, Fionnphort, Isle of Mull

Maolbhuidhe B&B: Guest Comments

These comments are selected at random from our Visitors' Book, and displayed with the more recent first. They are complete and unedited, except in rare cases to shorten.

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Arrived on: 17-Aug-2018  Stayed for: 2 nights
From: Scotland (Glasgow)
Wrote: Thank you for a fantastic break from the city (Glasgow). Dinner (at the Blackbird Bistro, Bunessan) was a highlight. Many thanks for the recommendation.

Arrived on: 10-Aug-2018  Stayed for: 7 nights
From: England (Ingleton)
Wrote: Wild, windy and fantastic. Food and rooms great. Grand friendly people.

Arrived on: 19-Jun-2018  Stayed for: 1 night
From: Wales (Denbigh)
Wrote: Very hospitable and accommodating hosts. Tranquil and peaceful. Loved the Arts and Crafts decor.

Arrived on: 19-Apr-2018  Stayed for: 2 nights
From: France
Wrote: A lovely place and charming hospitality. The breakfast was very good. Merci beaucoup!

Arrived on: 13-May-2017  Stayed for: 6 nights
From: USA
Wrote: Wonderful. We even enjpyed meeting Dexter. (over-friendly sheep)

Arrived on: 20-Jun-2015  Stayed for: 4 nights
From: England (Romsey)
Wrote: Thank you for a wonderful introduction to Mull. Your house is a delightful place to stay - a real home from home. We have appreciated your kindness, warmth, good advice and great conversation and thoughtfulness. Terrific!

Arrived on: 11-Aug-2014  Stayed for: 2 nights
From: England (Oxted)
Wrote: Thank you for a lovely stay and all your help with boat trips, laundry and where to eat. Stunning location and delicious breakfasts.

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Kintra (former fishing village near Fionnphort)

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Lunga: Puffins pairing

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Staffa: Leaving Staffa

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Fishing boats racing at Fionnphort Gala

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