Druimnacroish is a large stone building, set in three acres of gardens, on the flanks of Glen Bellart in the north west of the Isle of Mull. We are almost two miles from Dervaig on the road to Salen and around ten miles from Tobermory.

views of the building

"Off the beaten track", yet within reach of all parts of the island, the glen is peaceful, and the views and sunsets are superb. The rural setting provides a tranquil and restful atmosphere.

You can use Bing Maps to pop up an aerial view of the surrounding countryside.

There has been a settlement here since at least the 16th century; the current building was restored as an hotel from the ruins of a large 19th century farmhouse and mill. There are six ensuite bedrooms in the Guest House which we let for Bed & Breakfast; these all have views west, across the glen. The conservatory looks out over the gardens and glen and down to the sea (Loch Cuin) at Dervaig.

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In addition to the Guest House, one wing of the building is let for self-catering holidays. The apartment also enjoys clear views up the glen to the south.

The owners, Neil and Margriet, have been here since 1998 and live with their family in a further, separate wing of the building.