Ninth Wave Restaurant

Ninth Wave is a destination restaurant on the wild moors of Mull. We showcase quality modern Pacific Rim cuisine with vibrant ethnicity: a celebration of quality produce gathered from the magnificent provender of Scotland. Ninth Wave’s approach is based on seasonality, using the croft’s own home-grown produce, fresh-caught seafood and organic meats from the island.…

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The Lazy Cow Cafe

Bespoke shed-styled cafe built by owners on their Scottish Island Croft serving light lunches, home baking and more! Find them on Kintra Road, Creich, Isle of Mull – just a 10 min drive from the campsite You wont be disappointed! If you want a sneak peek before you visit, check out their facebook page

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Erraid

“Just west of Mull in the Inner Hebrides lies little Erraid. It is connected by a land bridge to the bigger island at low tide so a wander around its shores between tides makes for the perfect day trip. Erraid measures just 2.5km2 (one square mile) and it receives only 1,000 millimetres (40 inches) of…

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Knockvoligan Beach

Acres of sand at low tide and access to the tidal island of Erraid make Knockvologan Beach a great choice for a day out exploring. Take the road past Fidden and continue to Knockvologan Farm where it ends. There is restricted parking at the farm, take care not to block any access, then walk down…

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Ardalanish Weavers & Beach

“Ardalanish is a 1500 acre farm set on a peninsula on the Isle of Mull. From here we look after cattle and sheep, and weave our award winning products.” Find out more about their increadible farm and produce on their website or facebook. Photo & Text: https://ardalanish.com/

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Creel Seafood Bar

Taste Creel Seafood Bar’s delicious seafood, caught locally in the waters surrounding Mull and Iona. The Seafood Bar is situated very close to Fidden Farm on Fionnphort Pier, and even delivers direct to the site! More info: Creel Seafood Bar

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The Keel Row

Just a 30 min walk from Fidden Farm, Keel Row is well worth a visit! “The Keel Row pub and restaurant has a prime location in the heart of the Hebridean village of Fionnphort on the island of Mull, with stunning seaward views to the Isle of Iona. The excellent food produce of Mull and…

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Eas Fors Waterfall

“Eas Fors Waterfall is one of the most spectacular waterfalls on the island, situated just off the B8073, a couple of miles North of Ulva Ferry. There are captivating views across Loch Tuath to the island of Ulva. The ‘Eas Fors Waterfall’ place name is tautological as all three words are synonymous. This often occurs…

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Ben More

“Ben More (Scottish Gaelic: Beinn Mhòr, meaning “great mountain”) is the highest mountain and only Munro (mountains in Scotland that reach an elevation of at least 3,000 feet or 914.4 metres) on the Isle of Mull, Scotland. It is also the highest peak in the Scottish isles – and the only Munro – apart from…

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Mull Eagle Watch

“White-tailed eagles are magnificent birds of prey, with a wingspan of over 2 metres when adult. They became extinct in Britain in the early 1900s but were reintroduced in the 70s. The first successful breeding of the re-introduced white-tailed eagles occurred on Mull in 1985. Together with the golden eagle, these birds are the reason…

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