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Hotels in Tobermory

This scenic port on the Isle of Mull is known for its colourful country cottages overlooked by lush woodlands, which decorate the picturesque sheltered harbour and are a quintessential Hebridean postcard image. One of the reasons this part of Scotland is so aesthetically pleasing is that it has retained its traditional, historic local architecture, resisting modern 20th-century developments.

Like many communities in Scotland, Tobermory holds its own Highland Games in the summer, an event that celebrates the culture of the Scottish Highlands and the Celts, and typically comprises dances, bagpipe performances, drumming, athletic events, and special exhibits.

The Mull Museum

If you're interested in learning more about the history of the Isle of Mull, don't forget to visit the Mull Museum, where you can find out about the area's ancient civilisations. Discover how this community developed as a strategic fishing port, and learn about the Spanish Armada of 1588, when a Spanish galleon capsized near the port.

The Marine Visitor Centre

Opened in the summer of 2012, the Marine Visitor Centre examines the history of the harbour and the Sound of Mull district, and is a family-friendly attraction. The centre also has an impressive aquarium and a fun digital cinema room where visitors can learn about some of the species that live in local waters.

The Baliscate Standing Stones

Just to the south of the town, and close to all Tobermory hotels, the Baliscate Standing Stones comprise three large rocks erected on a site that was inhabited at least 4,000 years ago. The settlement, which may have been home to an early medieval Christian church, was an established settlement by the 7th century, and could be translated as the 'village of the skate'.

Accommodation and eating out in Tobermory

Stay at the affordable Western Isles Hotel for magnificent views and excellent Scottish hospitality, or consider the hospiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION and stylish Strongarbh House or the elegant and welcoming Brockville Bed & Breakfast.

If you're after some delicious seafood, consider dining at the Café Fish, or enjoy some divine steaks at the Galleon Grill. Other superb restaurants include the local-themed Hebridean Lodge and the Restaurant at Highland Cottage.

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