While Mull is a little way off the beaten track, it is surprisingly easy to get to. Whatever mode of transport you choose, your journey to the Inner Hebridean island of Mull promises to be a stunning experience.
How to get here
From Glasgow, take the M8 and follow the signs for Crianlarich and the A82. At Tyndrum, home of the famous Green Welly Stop, turn onto the A85 for Oban. The directions to the ferry terminal are well signposted on arriving in Oban. Once on Mull, it is 21 miles North from Craignure to Tobermory.
Caledonian MacBrayne operate three ferry routes to Mull:
Oban to Craignure, the most commonly used route has regular sailings through the summer months. Booking your vehicle is essential for this, one of the most spectacular sails on Scotland’s west coast
Lochaline to Fishnish, is the logical choice if travelling from the north by car.
Kilchoan to Tobermory are based on the Morvern/Ardnamurchan peninsula, which in turn is reached by the regular small ferry at Ardgour near Fort William.
For timetables and prices, please click here for the Caledonian MacBrayne website
Trains operate regularly to Oban from Glasgow Queen Street station. For more info, times and prices please click here for the Scotrail website
Coaches run frequently to Oban from Glasgow Buchanan Street Bus Station. For further details Citylink website.
Traveline Scotland is a very useful website where you can plan your journey on different forms of public transport.
When you get to Tobermory
Brockville is situated in an elevated location off Raeric Road, in the upper fringe of Tobermory, on the Isle of Mull.
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