“This is my second stay at Argyll House. It really is perfect for my needs, clean, tidy with everything I need. Perfect location for my cycling exploration of Mull where I continue to find new things to see and do … I enjoy every minute on Mull and shall return again and again to Argyll House” MacKinnon – June 2016
Elaine welcomes you to Argyll House, Salen, Isle of Mull. This former inn built in 1803 offers four self-catering holiday properties each catering for between two and four people.
- Ben More -self-catering 2 bedroom apartment (1 double & 1 twin bedroom)
- The Byre - self-catering cosy cottage with a galleried double bedroom
- Burnside - self-catering studio apartment (1 double bed)
- Pennyghael - self-catering studio apartment (1 double bed)
A cot and high chair are available on request Well behaved dogs are welcome in The Byre by prior arrangement
Salen’s central position on the east coast of the island is just a 10 minute drive from the Mull ferry at Craignure, 5 minutes from the ferry at Fishnish. Whilst being a small traditional Scottish village Salen has a good number of amenities which include a Spar shop and Post Office, petrol station, garage, dispensing Doctors’ surgery and Church. Above all Salen affords you easy access to all that this beautiful holiday island has to offer being just a 20 minute drive to Tobermory or Dervaig, a 10 minute drive to the West Coast giving access to the Isle of Ulva or to boat trips out to the Treshnish Islands, and a little over an hours’ drive to Fionnphort from where the ferry shuttles frequently to the Isle of Iona. Whether you choose to take the car, walk or cycle, with its 300 miles of rugged coastline, historic sites, castles, beaches, wildlife and eateries Mull has something to offer everyone. All you need to do is explore and unwind.
All holiday accommodation is Non Smoking
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Warm, friendly relaxed stay in comfortable accommodation
Argyll House is set conveniently in Salen which is within easy reach of the ferry and surrounded by breathtaking views. Our accommodation was excellent, clean, fresh decor and with nice homely touches. With new comfortable mattresses and the tranquility of the town, we slept so peacefully and had a wonderful stay.
Mull has a coastline of 480 kilometres (300 mi) and its climate is moderated by the warmer waters of the Gulf Stream
Elaine Worton • Argyll House • Salen • Aros • Isle Of Mull • Scotland • PA72 6JG