About the home
Janet and I live on site, next door to our lodges. This enables us to give our guests a personal service. We take great pride in our lodges and are responsive to all of our guests needs. We prepare the lodges for your arrival, are here when you arrive, we show you round your accommodation and are available to assist you if required. All lodges are fully furnished and are equipped to a very high standard.
This lodge comprises a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, a room with bunk beds, a galley kitchen, a large lounge/dining room, wetroom and outdoor balcony area.
The kitchen is fully equipped with an electric hob and oven, fridge, microwave and toaster.
|Size:||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach:||Calgary, 8km|
|Will consider:||Long lets|
Nearest amenities: 750m
|Family friendly?||Suitable for children of all ages|
Suitable for people with restricted mobility
No smoking at this property
|General:||Central heating, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-fi available|
|Standard:||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities:||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms:||3 Bedrooms, 1 shower room|
|Furniture:||Single beds (4), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seating for 6, Lounge seating for 6|
|Other:||Linen and towels provided|
|Outdoors:||Balcony / Terrace, BBQ|
Further details indoors:
The kitchen is fully equipped with ceramic electric hob and oven, fridge/freezer, washer, microwave and toaster. The lounge contains a 32" LCD colour television, DVD player, sound system and a variety of books, toys, games, CDs and DVDs. The recently refurbished wetroom comprises a heated vinyl floor, washbasin, toilet, electric shower, disabled seat and handrails. All electricity, towels and bedding are included in the tariff.
There is a veranda at the front with patio table and chairs.
From November until March all lodges will be available subject to a two day minimum let (four days at Xmas and Hogmanay) with no restriction on day of arrival or departure.
For the summer season 2013 (starting Friday 29 March until Thursday 31st October) Beech Lodge will be available for 3, 7 or 10 nights from a Friday or 4, 7 or 11 nights from a Monday.
PAYMENT – We would respectfully remind guests that a reservation constitutes a contract between themselves and Cill-Mhoire Lodges. Our geographical position makes it necessary for us to reserve the right to make full charge for any cancellation within 60 days of your due date of arrival. This will only apply if we are unable to re-let the lodge. We do recommend that guests take out a suitable travel insurance policy. We will refund the deposit less a £10 administration charge in the case of any cancellation prior to 60 days. The balance will be due one month (30 days) before the commencement of the let. We ask for a £100 deposit to confirm the booking.
OCCUPATION – From 1600hrs on the day of arrival until 1000hrs on the day of departure. (Please note that we require all occupants to respect the ‘No Smoking’ policy in the lodges.)
HEATING AND ELECTRICITY – The lodges are very well insulated, all electric and all electricity costs are included in the tariff.
DOGS – We welcome dogs and their responsible owners. Please do not let your dog on the furniture or in the bedrooms. Reluctantly we have to ask owners to keep their dogs on a lead whilst in the garden. Please do not leave your dog unattended in the lodge unless it is caged. Please dispose of your dog’s waste responsibly. There is a charge of £10 per dog.
DOMESTIC ARRANGEMENTS – The beds have a duvet and two pillows; bedding and towels are provided. We ask that guests bring their own towels for the beach and swimming.
CLEANING – Please leave the lodge in the same clean and tidy state as you found it when you arrived. The lodge is cleaned and inspected prior to your arrival.
BREAKAGES – We reserve the right to charge for any breakages or damage done to any property or equipment.
WATER SUPPLY – All our lodges are on mains water supply; there is no cold water storage and all cold taps may be used for drinking water. Please conserve water where possible.
MOBILE PHONE RECEPTION – The only mobile network that can be received here is Vodafone. Other networks may be accessed from the top of the hill, two minutes by car, ten minutes on foot. We have a Vodafone SureSignal 3G signal booster for your use. We will register your mobile phone if you let us have your mobile phone number.
Wi-Fi - You may access broadband internet with our Wi-Fi connection.
RESOURCES – There are OS 1:25,000 (2½”) Explorer maps covering the island and walking guides, together with books, games and toys. There is also a DVD player and a separate CD player.
The Hebrides / Skye / Inner Hebrides region
The Isle of Mull, said to be the prettiest of all the Hebrides, is a place to unwind, to enjoy peace and tranquility, breathtaking scenery, abundant wildlife and a variety of activities. Having the choice to do as much or as little as you wish is the essence of a good holiday. Some of the options available are:
Take a boat trip to Staffa, The Treshnish Isles or Iona. Climb the island Munro - all 3170 feet of it! Chill out on the white sands of Calgary. Take a wildlife watching trip for your best chance of viewing otters, golden and sea eagles, porpoise, red deer, seals and whales as well as the huge variety of flora and fauna for which Mull is famous.
Go pony trekking, Whale searching and Loch fishing. Spoil a good walk with a round of golf on either of two courses both of which have beautiful settings and panoramic views. Visit Duart Castle, the ancient seat of the Clan MacLean of Mull. Indulge yourselves at the chocolate factory. Discover the Mull of the past at the museum
Enjoy the latest exhibition at An Tobar Arts Centre or maybe catch a concert. Watch a play at the theatre. Visit the distillery, try a wee dram. Browse in craft shops selling goods by local craftsmen. Visit galleries showcasing local artists.
Enjoy a selection of locally sourced real food, e.g. shellfish, local beef, lamb or pork at one of the many eating establishments. Explore the coast (we've got 300 miles, - 480km. of it) much of it wild, rugged, full of surprises, keep an eye to the ocean for many different seabird species and the occasional fin - porpoises, sharks, sunfish, dolphins, whales, including orca are seen occasionally!
Mull is a Mecca for geologists with a great variety of formations from different eras in the formation of the planet.
Are you fascinated by archaeology and history? We have duns, brochs, forts, standing stones, scores of ruined villages, each with a story to tell.
Finally, stories about constant rain and wind in the west of Scotland should be ignored. During May and June we often have near drought conditions and wall to wall sunshine. Sunburn is a risk on Mull, bring the factor 15, but also bring the wellies just in case! If you are looking for peace and tranquillity amongst spectacular scenery with the opportunity to do as you please, then look no further
The Isle of Mull / Dervaig area
The isle of Mull is home to Duart Castle, seat of the Clan Maclean.
There are many festivals, including Mull Music Festival (last weekend in April), Mull & Iona Wild Life Week (2nd week in May); Mendelssohn on Mull (1st week in July); MacLean Gathering 18-24th June; Mull and iona Food Festival (1st week in September) and Mull Rally (2nd weekend in October) as well as Rugby Sevens, Highland Games, Yachting Week, Agricultural Shows at Bunessan and Salen, a Half Marathon and the local Mod.
How to get there
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GETTING TO MULL - If travelling by car, ferry tickets will need to be booked with Caledonian MacBrayne either via their website at www.calmac.co.uk or by telephone on 0800 066 5000. There is an alternative ferry via Corran & Lochaline - Fishnish. You may obtain service information from Calmac by texting ‘calmac’ and ‘11’ for Oban - Craignure or ‘12’ for Lochaline – Fishnish. Alternatively telephone 0800 066 5000 or go online at http://www.calmac.co.uk/journey-information/service-status.htm
DIRECTIONS: From either ferry turn right toward Tobermory, the road here is two lane single carriageway and continues to Salen. At Salen continue toward Tobermory on a single track road with passing places. After one mile turn left onto a single track road signposted Dervaig. Continue until Dervaig is reached (about 10 miles) and turn right, up the hill toward Tobermory. ‘Cill-Mhoire’ is the last bungalow on the left as you leave the village, about ¾ mile up the hill.
Activities near Isle of Mull
Golf within 30 mins drive
Rural / countryside retreats
31 Mar 2013
We travelled all over Mull last week and were delighted to call Cill-Mhoire Beech Lodge our home for the duration of our stay. The lodge was beautiful - the perfect retreat to get away from it all.... more
Thank you for taking the time to review Beech Lodge; Janet and I are delighted that you enjoyed your stay and we look forward to welcoming you back in the future. Best regards, Andrew & Janet Stevens
09 Nov 2012
We spent 3 days at cill mhoire beech lodge this August and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The accomodation was clean, spacious and perfectly suited to our family group. Beech lodge provided an ideal base from which we could explore the island and we found our host Andrew to be very helpful and informative.
Thank you for taking the time to review Beech Lodge. We are delighted that you enjoyed your stay. Janet and I really appreciate the reviews, thank you.
03 Aug 2012
Lodge was clean and tidy, designed specifically for holiday rental. Found everything we needed and more ... especially games as entertainment for our two boys (aged 4 and 8). Host Andrew was welcoming and the lodge was well placed for exploring the island.
The only downside was that the bedrooms were a little bit tight for space - living area was fine though.
Thank you for taking the time to review Beech Lodge. Janet and I are glad that you enjoyed your stay and we look forward to welcoming you again in the future.
|Rental prices originally quoted in: British £||Convert to:|
|Prices for group size 6|
|Period||From||To||Weekly||Nightly rate|| Minimum |
|Four/E||15 Sep 12||21 Sep 12||£ 350||£ 60||£ 60||4 Nights|
|Short Break||29 Sep 12||10 Oct 12||£ 300||£ 60||£ 60||4 Nights|
|Four/E||20 Oct 12||27 Oct 12||£ 395||-||-||1 Week|
|Half Term||27 Oct 12||3 Nov 12||£ 420||-||-||1 Week|
|Autumn 2013||3 Nov 12||21 Dec 12||£ 280||£ 40||£ 40||2 Nights|
|Xmas 2013||21 Dec 12||28 Dec 12||£ 350||£ 50||£ 50||4 Nights|
|Hogmanay 2013||28 Dec 12||4 Jan 13||£ 420||£ 60||£ 60||5 Nights|
|Winter 2013||4 Jan 13||8 Feb 13||£ 280||£ 40||£ 40||2 Nights|
|February Half Term||8 Feb 13||25 Feb 13||£ 350||£ 50||£ 50||3 Nights|
|March 2013||25 Feb 13||29 Mar 13||£ 280||£ 40||£ 40||2 Nights|
|Easter||29 Mar 13||5 Apr 13||£ 500||£ 90||£ 90||3 Nights|
|Reduction 1||5 Apr 13||12 Apr 13||£ 350||£ 60||£ 60||3 Nights|
|12/4 - 9/5||12 Apr 13||10 May 13||£ 300||£ 53||£ 53||3 Nights|
|3/5-23/5||10 May 13||24 May 13||£ 450||£ 80||£ 80||3 Nights|
|24/5 - 30/5||24 May 13||31 May 13||£ 600||£ 100||£ 100||3 Nights|
|Reduction 2||31 May 13||3 Jun 13||£ 420||£ 60||£ 60||3 Nights|
|3/6 - 27/6||3 Jun 13||28 Jun 13||£ 500||£ 80||£ 80||3 Nights|
|28/6 - 22/8||28 Jun 13||23 Aug 13||£ 550||£ 90||£ 90||3 Nights|
|August Bank Holiday||23 Aug 13||30 Aug 13||£ 500||£ 80||£ 80||3 Nights|
|30/8 - 10/10||30 Aug 13||10 Oct 13||£ 450||£ 70||£ 70||3 Nights|
|14/10 - 24/10||14 Oct 13||1 Nov 13||£ 450||£ 70||£ 70||3 Nights|
The property's weekend rates apply to: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights
NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
Last Minute REDUCTION 3 nights 31st May - £60 per night, minimum 3 nights
There is an additional charge of £10 per dog per stay.Book
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