Welcome to Tigh Na Caora

Tigh Na Caora is a typical Hebridean cottage - stone built and slate roofed. It is situated one mile north of Ulva Ferry on the western coast of the Isle of Mull, on a completely unspoilt coastline of spectacular beauty and wildness. It is tucked into the bottom of a steep, wooded hillside, with fields in front and open moorland behind, and is reached by a track through ancient oak woods.

The views from the cottage are outstanding. To the south west, the cliffs of Berg and the Ross of Mull; to the west, the Isle of Ulva; and to the north west, the open Atlantic, over which the sun sets in the summer. It is a quarter of a mile from a sheltered (and usually deserted) bay, with safe bathing and sand at low water. Behind the cottage an ancient drove road, now a green track, takes you up into the hills and moorland of northern Mull. Within minutes you can look back out to sea, to the Isles of Iona and Inch Kenneth, and to the west there are rocky shapes of the Treshnish Isles and beyond them the long islands of Coll and Tiree.