Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa, Craignure, Isle of MullThe Crerar Isle of Mull Hotel in Craignure is perfect for exploring Mull - with Duart Castle and Toronsay never too far away, as well as dolphin spotting available 01680 812544 11am 3 From £160.00
Leisure with pool
Public Transport Nearby
Mull is a magical place to be and the Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa, Craignure makes your island escape special with 1st class service & facilities.
Leisure with pool
Public Transport Nearby
Number of Bedrooms: 80
Parking Spaces: 50
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Crerar Isle Of Mull Hotel in Craignure is conveniently located near to the ferry terminal overlooking the sound of Mull, making it in the perfect place to experience island life with a touch of luxury. Although the Isle of Mull hotel is quite central it still gives you the feeling of being a million miles away from it all.
With panoramic sea views and an extensive list of facilities the Craignure Isle Of Mull Hotel should be at the top of your list when planning a trip to Scotland.
Each of the guest rooms at this 3 star hotel on Isle of Mull have been elegantly designed with contemporary, natural décor. Enjoy stunning sea views over Craignure Bay in the superior Isle of Mull accommodation.
While dining at the Isle of Mull Hotel’s Sheallach-Na-Mara restaurant enjoy panoramic views over Craignure Bay, fabulous food and a warm, welcoming ambience. Relax in Bar Muileach - a truly unique whisky bar with over 100 drams just begging to be tasted.
Taking full advantage of this Mull hotel's spectacular location overlooking Craignure Bay and unwind in the outdoor hot tub, enjoy a dip in the indoor swimming pool or treat yourself to sometime in the Rasul Mud Room.
The Isle Of Mull Hotel in Craignure on the Isle of Mull offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa offers a selection of hotel guestrooms, from single, double, family some even with views of the sea. The hotel offers a mix of hotel guestrooms, some of which are dog friendly. Every room is different in size and shape, yet all are finished to the same high standard. The rooms are decorated with neutral and stylish colours and soft furnishings and have that modern Scottish twist.
There are 82 stylish bedrooms within the hotel, which are accessible by stairs only from the upper gallery and spiral staircase.
Bar & Restaurant
Again guests are spoilt at the Isle of Mull Hotel with the outstanding views across the bay and with the delicious lunches and dinners served in the Sheallach-Na-Mara restaurant.
At Breakfast, guests to the Isle of Mull Hotel can try the sumptuous Scottish buffet or, for something different, try the tasty Arbroath smokies, venison sausage or porridge oats with honey.
Example dishes include Sound of Eigg crab linguine, popular main dishes alike to blade of beef, Bordelaise sauce, Parmentier potatoes, sugar snaps and pan seared cod fillet, mussels, caper and shallot cream. For those of you with a sweet tooth, there’s even more goodness to finish off with, such as the blueberry and Glayva fool with a sesame and honey sablée biscuit.
Steak fans are also in for a treat. Only Scottish Farm Assured beef is used, including beef from the hotels own Crerar Hotels Home Farm pedigree grass-fed herd and of course the Mull ‘Highland’ beef. Sunday lunches are a great chance to enjoy a great steak or a traditional roast.
Enjoy dining in the most natural environments, outside in the fresh sea air at Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa. The external decking area is a great place to be in the midst of the Island's outdoor environment as you devour one of the reccomended steaks or share an afternoon tea with a friend as you gaze across the bay in the Sheallach-na-mara restaurant.
Breakfast - Mon - Sat 7.30am to 9.30am
Breakfast - Sunday 8.00am to 10.00am
Lunch & Lounge Food 12.00pm to 5.30pm
Restaurant Dinner 6.30pm to 9.00pm
In the evening, watch the ‘reverse’ sun set from the Observatory Lounge, where bar meals including the local Lochbuie steak burger are served all day. And after dark, relax in Bar Muileach whisky bar with over 100 drams just waiting to be tasted.
The lounge and bars offer a warm inviting atmosphere and are the perfect place for a quick bite, an intimate meal or a fun meeting place for a special occasion with friends and family.
Bar Supper 6.00pm to 9.00pm
Bar 11.00am to 11.00pm
All guests can enjoy complimentary use of the Leisure Club & Spa facilities on offer at the Isle of Mull Hotel which includes a 17 metre community swimming pool.
As the biggest and most modern private gym and leisure club on the Isle of Mull, fully equipped with the latest equipment to help get you into shape, the fitness suite will provide you with all you need and more to ensure you get the maximum benefit from your visit. Open to both hotel guests and local members with plenty of great features, you’ll find something that’s sure to have you working up a sweat!
Jacuzzi spa bath
Relax and enjoy the numerous health benefits that a relaxing Jacuzzi spa bath offers. Unwind in the Jacuzzi and let the pressurised bubbles ease any muscular fatigue aches and pains by stimulating the blood supply. You will be left glowing with vitality.
Outdoor hot tub
We are telling the truth when we are saying that the hot tub has the most stunning views from any tub in Scotland. You can take advantage of this outdoor steaming treat at anytime of the year, even under the stars in winter!
Daily 8.00am - 7.00pm
You will already feel a sense of relaxation when you reach Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa. Blow all of your cares away as your ferry approaches the island, and sink into a tranquil mind-set the moment you check in. When you come to visit the spa, the highly qualified therapists will help you feel even more relaxed, leave you feeling truly pampered.
The team of therapists have put together a great menu which lists all the fabulous spa treatments we offer including Classic Swedish Massage, Tri-Enzyme Resurfacing Facial and Visible Brilliance to name a few.
Enjoy the Rasul Mud Room - an ancient Egyptian bathing ritual that involves formulated clay being applied to your body as you enter the specialist Rasul Chamber. As the clay hardens, the treatment detoxifies your skin and is washed away with the infusion of steam and gentle rain-like shower. The Isle of Mull is lucky enough to be one of the few spas in Scotland to have a Mud Rasul Spa so it really is a highlight.
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Directions to Isle of Mull Hotel in Craignure on Isle of Mull
Situated on the crescent of Craignure Bay, the Isle of Mull hotel is a short walk from the ferry terminal and only two kilometres from the main centre of Mull.
Two ferry ports service Mull. From the south, head for Oban and take the ferry to Craignure. The hotel is 1km along the road to Tobermory. From the North, take the Corran and Lochaline ferries. Turn right at Fishnish toward Craignure. The Isle of Mull hotel is along to the left, just before reaching Craignure.
The nearest railway station is in Oban.
Hotel Notice BoardUnless otherwise stated guests booked on a rate/package including dinner will receive dinner from the Chef’s Daily choice menu in the Sheallach- Na-Mara restaurant. Check-in 3pm. Check-out 11am.
Mull may be small, but there is plenty to see and do
• Wake early and spot deer and birds amongst wildflowers in the hotels garden
• Spend days visiting castles, such as Toronsay with its Japanese Gardens, or the dramatic Duart Castle, guarding the approaches to Mull. There is also trout fishing or diving ancient wrecks
• Take a ferry to isle of Iona to see museums, historical chapel and fascinating relics
• Go whale and dolphin spotting - a quarter of all species live here!
Take a drive to Tobermory, where BBC TV show Balamory is filmed. With its colourful cottages, open farm and cute shops, this village charms everyone. A tour of Tobermory Distillery, established in 1798, completes your idyllic island adventure.
Visitors wanting to burn some energy won't be disappointed either. Mull is ideal for canoeing, cycling, mountain biking, horse riding and hill walking.