Cuidhe Leathain

Cuidhe Leathain Now a warm welcome awaits all those who come to Cuidhe Leathain. The house has been restored and refurbished and is once again a fine family home. Both the guest sitting and dining rooms have original Victorian fireplaces and are furnished with a wealth of paintings and photographs. There are books­a­plenty for guests who want to go armchair travelling on a rainy day and there is a large, secure garden to the rear of the house. Satellite television is available in the sitting room and all bedrooms have colour T.V. Guests can expect an especially friendly welcome, as Cuidhe Leathain is also the home to Morag, a Scottish Bearded Collie dog (beardie). Alan and Jeannette Hodson were regular visitors to the Isle of Mull for more than 25 years, before moving lock, stock and beardies to their most beautiful place in the world. Alan can provide information on eating­out, walking, driving and things to do ­ from whale watching and eagle spotting to traditional music. And, of course, there is the infamous Balamory Trail.

  • AddressTobermory, Isle of Mull
  • AreaArgyll, the Isles, Loch Lomond, Stirling and Trossachs
Contact
  • Phone (+44) 1688302504
  • E-mail hodsons@cuidhe-leathain.co.uk
  • Website Cuidhe Leathain

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