Puffer Aground Self-Catering Cottages
See why the Isle of Mull is one of the best UK destinations www.scotsman.com/news/scottish-news/top-stories/wildlife-trip-off-mull-is-no-2-tour-in-world-1-2516208
The Puffer Aground Self Catering are two cottages located in the centre of the beautiful Hebridean Island of Mull, in the village of Salen.
These two Isle Of Mull self catering cottages offer cosy accommodation in a central island location. Steeped in local history, the Puffer Cottage was once a nautical-themed restaurant and originally formed part of the Mull blacksmith’s house.
The sitting/dining area is still home to some of the portholes from the TSMV Loch Fyne (1931)- the first diesel electric passenger vessel. Well known on the west coast of Scotland.
Isle of Mull Self-Catering Cottages
The Smiddy Cottage is equally as fascinating as its counterpart. Surviving as a Smith’s throughout the Second World War. With all accommodation on the ground floor, this cottage is a perfect base for anyone looking for self-catering on the Isle Of Mull.
With an abundance of wildlife, the Isle of Mull is a bird watchers paradise , including two breeds of Eagle, but the island has so much more to offer. Minke wales, dolphins and otters are all regularly seen in the waters around Mull. With incredible sea-views, boat trips, hill walking and and good places to eat fresh seafood, it isn’t hard to see why this is such a popular destination. For more information about self catering on the Isle of Mull, and on our properties Smiddy Cottage and Puffer Cottage, please get in touch on 01680 300 389, or via the ‘contact us’ page.
Wonderful for painting scenes and photography, also for geology and lichens.”
D & M Capstock