If you’re looking for peace and tranquillity and a true escape from the madness of day-to-day life, Hideaway Lodges on the Isle of Mull will not disappoint…
The exclusive, adults-only Scandinavian timber lodges are set in the breath-taking Drumlang Woods; native, deciduous bluebell woodland on the edge of the River Ba.
Nature fans will love the setting, looking through the trees out to Loch Na Keal and Mull’s only Munro, Ben More is visible to one side.
The scenery isn’t the only draw as wildlife is abundant in the area.
There’s a resident herd of fallow deer as well as golden eagles flying overhead, and otters and polecats are often spotted around the river. From nearby town Salen, you can even see the resident seal colony.
Nearby there are cycle trails and plenty of beautiful walks that guarantee you fully immerse yourself in the surroundings.
The Isle of Mull also has a wealth of things to do. From museums and castles to an aquarium and distillery and even music festivals, you will never run out of activities during your visit.
The lodges themselves are traditional, homely and very cosy, and, as they’re self-catering, they have fully-equipped kitchens so you can cook up a storm if you choose.
You can even have meals delivered by Lochbuie Larder ahead of time so they’re ready for your entire stay.
Or, if you’d like to head out for a meal, there are plenty of restaurants on the island.
The celebrated Café Fish in Tobermory overlooks the Tobermory Harbour, and the quirky, family-run Ballygown restaurant, recommended by the owners of the lodges, serves locally-caught shellfish, has a bring your own bottle policy and an uplifting, jovial atmosphere.
All in all, a stay at Hideaway Lodges is one you will never forget!
Prices for a stay at Hideaway Lodges are £500 per week (Saturday – Saturday) for the peak season (28th March – 31st October 2020, Xmas & New Year) and £350 for off-season.
Hideaway Lodges, Isle of Mull, PA71 6HR
T: 01688 317 713