The harbour is about 5 minutes walk from Brockville. The town
benefits from good pubs and restaurants in several different
styles, both traditional and modern. Seafood, Steakhouse,
Indian, Cantonese, Thai, or simple pub grub- they’re all here.
Click here to explore some of your options.
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Tripadvisor Recommendations on eating out in Tobermory
In addition to the restaurants you can find local ales and fine
whiskies, including the local malts, in our various hostelries.
Music features strongly in our island background and there is
regular entertainment to suit all tastes, traditional and
modern, in the pubs and also at the local arts centres.
Tobermory offers a varied shopping experience, featuring small
shops stocked with local arts and crafts and foodstuffs,
including the (organic) bakery, the Tobermory chocolate
factory/shop/cafe, and the Tobermory Ice Cream shop, the latest
addition to our growing choice of small, quality local
businesses. All this is in addition to the essentials; the bank,
a well-stocked Co-op store, and a garage/filling station.
You can tour
Tobermory Distillery one of Scotland’s oldest whisky
distilleries, in the heart of the town; why not see how whisky
is made and sample the fine products?
On the outskirts of Tobermory,
Theatre hosts performances from local, national, and
international acts, complementing
arts centre which as the name suggests displays local and
touring artists as well as staging regular music concerts. Top
class acts such as Amy MacDonald, Mumford and Sons and KT
Tunstall are just some of the “names” who have appeared here in
Add to all these the award-winning
Tobermory Fish Company,
Island Bakery Organics, and
Isle of Mull Cheese
realise you’re visiting a small town which is far more than an
island retreat, but a veritable hive of activity.
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