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Aileen and Lewis Gallagher
Tom-A-Mhuillin
 
Salen Road
Tobermory
Isle of Mull PA75
6QA
Tel: 01688 302534
E-mail aileen.gallagher82@btinternet.com

 

Tobermory Clock

 

Tobermory Standing Stones


 

 

 

 


 



 

 

 

 


 

Attractions in and around Tobermory

Silver Swift Boat Trips

Paul, the owner of Silver Swift has 35 years experience commercially working the waters around the shores of Mull giving him a good working knowledge of the waters and it's history. The boat is licensed to carry 12 passengers, tea and coffee provided.
Join Silver Swift as it departs Tobermory Bay through the Sound of Mull. Keep your eyes peeled for the magical minke whale as well as the mighty basking sharks, harbour porpoise, dolphins and very occasionally Orca. There are a range of different trips offered but the weekly trip to Rum is not to be missed.

Paul and Jeanette Gallagher Tel: 01688 302390 
Website
www.tobermoryboatcharters.co.uk

Aros Park

Aros Park is one of the most attractive features in the Tobermory surrounds. The park entrance is about half a mile from the centre of town, however, it can also be reached by a very scenic footpath starting at the car park at Ledaig next to MacGochan's pub.

The park is very well maintained by Forest Enterprise and has been developed as a recreational woodland. The company has gone to a lot of trouble to provide good parking, disabled access, clear, unobstructed paths, fabulous children's play areas, barbeque facilities and toilets. All these are free of charge.
Click here for details of the walk from Tobermory.

Baliscate Standing Stones

The Standing Stones are situated in a field just 5 minutes walk up the lane behind Mull Pottery (car parking at the Pottery) on the Baliscate Estate in Tobermory. The walk from Tom-A-Mhuillin will take 10 minutes but don't be tempted to take your car up the lane as the track is very rough. The stones are visible in the field to the right after 400 metres. Go through the gate and up the hill to the stones. It can be very boggy so stout footwear is recommended.

White-tailed Eagle Viewing Hide

The hide is situated on the shore of Loch Frisa, just 15 minutes drive from Tobermory. Each trip is two hours and there are 30 places on each trip. Adults (including RSPB members): 4. Under 16s: 2. Please pay the ranger on the day by cash or cheque (‘Mull & Iona Community Trust'). All funds raised go back to the Mull Eagle Watch project to help create new local jobs and to local good causes on Mull & Iona. Booking essential on Tel: 01680 812556

Mull Magic Wildlife Walks

This company will collect you directly from Tom a Mhuillin and provides a local Wildlife Guide and Walk Leader, with over 20 years of experience, who will highlight the islands' rich history and diverse wildlife. The Mull Magic lunch, homemade soup, filled rolls, fruit, homemade cake and bottled water is included along with binoculars for guests' use and afternoon tea and shortbread at the end of the walk. Tel: 01688 301213
 

Tobermory Golf Club

Tobermory Golf Course is a 9 hole course set on the cliff tops above Tobermory Bay. It offers superb panoramic views which includes Ardnamurchan, Loch Sunart and, on a clear day, the Isle of Skye.
Due to the hilly nature of the course, it provides a tough challenge to all golfers. Visitors can be sure of a friendly welcome and can play the course virtually anytime. (Competition days are usually a Sunday).