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Location: Situated on the main street overlooking the harbour 1 minute from the beach in Tobermory - excellent sea views - easy access to all shops, restaurants & pubs
Heating: Electric (wet) central heating - log burner in lounge (logs not supplied but can be bought locally) - electricity included in price
Kitchen: Electric oven with induction electric hob - microwave - fridge - dishwasher - toaster - dining table for 6 - iron & ironing board
Utility Room: Washing machine - freezer
Lounge:Smart Freeview TV with Netflix account - free Wi-Fi - CD player - DVD player
Bedroom1: Kingsize bed (silent night coil sprung) - two windows overlooking harbour - hardwood beach flooring - TV
Bedroom 2: Double bed (silent night coil sprung) - window to rear - en-suite shower room - TV
Bedroom 3: Twin beds (adult size, silent night coil sprung) - window with harbour view
Bathroom: Separate bath and shower cubicle - thermostatically controlled rain shower with hand shower if required - shaver/toothbrush socket
En-suite: Thermostatically controlled rain shower with hand shower if required, porcelain floor tiles, illuminated mirror, shaver/toothbrush socket
Additional Information: Linen provided - towels provided - cot and high chair provided - hairdryer - on street free parking - no pets allowed.
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11th May 2019 Lynne Fenwick
Cala Bhreagha Is a fabulous flat and in a great location. Excellent facilities, very good instructions for the cooker, TV, etc. It was decorated very well and the pictures were superb. The towels were new so did produce a bit of blue fluff but I would rather have that than old ones. 10 out of 10 for the flat. Can't fault it.The holiday could not have been better. The weather was great. Last year we should have gone on a boat trip to Iona and Staffa from Oban but that was cancelled due to the appalling weather. So this year we decided to come for the week and picked the perfect week. The trip to Staffa and Lunga to see the Puffins was brilliant. We also went on a trip with Ewan Miles from Nature Scotland. I cannot praise him enough. He is very knowledgeable and has a friendly manner and caters for all standards of knowledge. The Mull Eagle Watch was such a privilege to see the eagle sat on the nest. The Sea Life Survey trip was magical as we were surrounded by dolphins and had the pleasure of seeing 2-3 minke whales.We came to see the wildlife and were so privileged to see countless birds and animals in their natural habitat. Seeing a Sea Eagle and an Otter just on a drive round was spectacular.I would love to come back but not sure I can beat this holiday. Everyone should visit the Isle of Mull. Breathtaking scenery and seeing the wildlife in their environment is such a wonderful opportunity.
24th April 2019 Paul & Annie O'Brien
We both really enjoyed our stay at the Cala Bhreagha, it's a lovely apartment furnished to a high standard and spotlessly clean. All the facilities were excellent. It looks great in the pictures, upon arrival we were even more impressed. Mull is a beautiful island and has it all really. We travelled around a lot and the views are fantastic. We noted in the guestbook recommendations for Iona and Calgary beach, we also took the Staffa boat trip to Lunga and Fingal's cave, all fantastic. Driving past Ulva to Salen there are stunning views of Ben More. Also the coastal drive by Dhiseig, pretty spectacular. We really enjoyed the walk to the nearby lighthouse and distillery tour.Tobermory is a lovely place to stay, with a great vibe and plenty of places to eat and drink. On our last night we dined in the Western Isles Hotel, enjoying the beautiful view from the conservatory and delicious food.
More information for Cala Bhreagha
The apartment offers three good sized bedrooms sleeping up to 6 guests . Being in the heart of Tobermory you have the most convenient access to all that the capital of Mull offers with a good selection of restaurants (sea food always features), pubs and shops on your door step. There's even a distillery 300m from the apartment where you can sample and buy their wares! The lounge and two of the bedrooms face the harbour so you will never miss anything that's going on .....you may even catch sight of dolphins that have been seen right in the harbour.
The apartment is on the 1st floor accessed through a close (Scottish term for alleyway) and up a stone stair at the rear. Fully renovated to provide a very comfortable stay with all the modern facilities that you would expect."