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  • Walking or cycling in Morvern

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    Morvern's beauty is best observed during an easy or moderate walk either beside the loch, up the hill or both! There are plenty of cycling routes too, from a leisurely lochside cycle to an intense mountain trail.

    See individual walking pages for OS maps.

    Walk, Cycle or Mountain Bike in Morvern

  • Duart Castle

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    Duart Castle, or Caisteal Dhubhairt in Scottish Gaelic, is a castle on the Isle of Mull, beside the Sound of Mull off the west coast of Scotland, within the council area of Argyll and Bute. The castle dates back to the 13th century and is the seat of Clan MacLean.

    Duart Castle

  • Explore Morvern

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    The main settlement in Morvern is Lochaline, which also serves as a ferry terminal to Fishnish on Mull.

    For more information on the area click Morvern Wikipedia

  • Explore the West Highland Peninsulas

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    The extensive coastline of Morvern also makes it a good place to enjoy water sports, such as canoeing, kayaking, diving and sailing click on the link  Explore the West Highland Peninsula and discover activities in the area

  • Kilcamb Restaurant

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    You will be treated to fine dining at its very best in this 3AA Rosettte restaurant. With a Seasonal À la carte menu which offers diners a varied choice of starters, mains and desserts including some stylish and unusual dishes. For that special occasion, they also offer a Tasting Menu with or without wine flights. This wonderful menu features some very rare and exceptional wines from across the world which have been specially paired with several dishes from the menu. A unique feast for a special treat or anniversary celebration.

    Kilcamb Restaurant

  • Mull Eagle Watch

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    The partnership which runs the award winning Mull Eagle Watch project (Mull & Iona Community Trust, RSPB Scotland, Nature Scot, Forestry and Land Scotland & Police Scotland) hope to be able to run trips again at Craignure Golf Course this year. Trips are likely to begin on the 2nd of  May with bookings being taken from the 1st of April

    Mull Eagle Watch

  • Craignure Golf Club

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    Craignure Golf Club is a links course situated on the shore of Scallastle Bay, just a mile or so north of the ferry port at Craignure alongside the A849 to Tobermory. The course was originally laid out in 1895 and revived in 1980 after a period of disuse. The course further underwent a new layout change during the 2012 season from the previous 18 tee layout towards a simpler 9 tee and 9 hole design.

    Craignure Golf Club

  • Tobermory

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    Tobermory was built as a fishing port in the late 18th century and is now the main town on Mull. It is a picture-postcard of a place with the brightly painted buildings along the main street to the pier and the high woodland-fringed hills surrounding the bay.


  • Nc’nean Distillery

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    Nc’nean is a distillery that is setting out to do things differently. In a break from the traditional whiskies of Scotland Ncn’ean is focusing on making great tasting, young single malt whisky spirits that are good to mix, as well as being enjoyed on their own.

    Nc’nean Distillery

  • Ardtornish Castle

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    Ardtornish Castle is situated in the grounds of the Ardtornish Estate, it is the castle we look onto, over the loch and sound of mull. It is a lovely walk round Loch Aline to get to Ardtornish Castle.

    Ardtornish Castle

  • The Whitehouse Restaurant

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    The Whitehouse Restaurant in Lochaline serves a daily changing menu . The team at The Whitehouse are incredibly proud of their local food, taking a great deal of time and trouble in sourcing the vast majority of the menu from Lochaber and the Isle of Mull, growing it or foraging for it.  Highland and Islands Restaurant of the Year, 2017 with two red AA rosettes.

    The Whitehouse Restaurant

  • Puffin Viewing Tour

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    “Coulterneb”, “Sea parrot”, “Tammynorie”, a few of the nicknames attributed by humans to this fascinating comic seabird. Puffins fly thousands of miles in migration, dive to over 60 metres quickly and with ease, move at surprising speed on dry land and can live to over 60 years of age. The most incredible facet of puffin behaviour is their tameness and, perhaps as a result, their therapeutic effect on humans, who can sit by the burrows and commune with one of the most fascinating, comic, unique, wild creatures.

    Book A Puffin Viewing Tour from Mull