The rates quoted are per room, per night and include full Scottish Breakfast.
March 2020 – November 2020 £115
December 2020 – February 2021 £100
We are open all year. Early booking is advisable
To make a Booking or Enquiry about availability
Telephone: +44 (0)1688 302741
Brockville, Raeric Road, Tobermory,
Isle of Mull, PA75 6RS
Normal check-in time is between 4 pm and 6 pm, when we are sure to be home and able to welcome you to Brockville. But, if you expect or wish to arrive earlier or later, please let us know and we will be happy to make suitable arrangements to meet your needs.
We have no dedicated single rooms, but we can offer single occupancy rates in our rooms from 1st November to mid-March, or during the summer season at a 10% discount on normal rates.
While our guest rooms are spacious, our policy is to accommodate no more then two persons per room.
Deposits – On booking, we ask for a deposit for the first night’s stay (In the case of a one night-stay, where this is available, this constitutes full pre-payment). On receipt of this, we will confirm by email or letter. In the event of an early cancellation, we will endeavour to re-let the room(s) and return the deposit, but if we cannot replace your booking, with a similar booking, we reserve the right to retain it.
Yearning for my Hebridean Island,
The mountains there are heather sweet to-day
It may be just because my heart is Highland
I long for Mull and Tobermory Bay The fishing boats, the nip of Autumn weather
The spindrift, the excitement of the fray
The toil of hauling in the nets together
Then homing back to Tobermory Bay
Here I feel l’ m not be longing rightly
The Lowlands are attractive in their way
But all the same my mind is anchored tightly
To sunrise over Tobermory BayTo kindly folk too honest to deceive me
I’d guarantee their goodness any day
Their Highland hearts are truer gold believe me
Than all the gold in Tobermory Bay
The birds need only lift their wings and wander
I wish I were as fortunate as they
If I had wings to spread I’d fly them yonder
And set down by Tobermory Bay