Top tips for finding the perfect Isle of Mull hostel
When you drive yourself to Isle of Mull or hire a car once you’ve arrived, it might be a good idea to look for Isle of Mull hostels that provide you with somewhere to park your car. For example, Achafraoich B&B is an accommodation that offers its guests free and private parking, which is great for peace of mind. It’s well located too, because once you have parked up, you can take a walk to the nearby coastal town of Tobermory. This takes about 28min in total, and in the town, you can find a range of shops to fit your needs.
For those that are travelling with reduced mobility or who have a disability, it is a good idea to look for Isle of Mull hostels that can cater for your needs. Craignure Bunkhouse is one such accommodation that provides its users with disabled access, so they find it easy to enter and depart from the hostel. There are also lifts on the premises, which makes it easier to travel between various floors. This hostel is located in a built up area, with there being a supermarket only about a 1min drive away for your convenience.
If you are arriving to the island late at night or departing early in the morning, then you should search for Isle of Mull hostels that have a 24-h reception. For instance, Tobermory Youth Hostel is one such accommodation that has a member of staff working throughout the night, which can be great for those who might have just arrived at an odd hour. It is located in a great position too, so if you have to get to the port, you can do so in about 3min by foot. With regular ferry’s scheduled to travel to and from mainland Scotland, there aren’t many better located places to be if you need to be on the move.
Where to stay in Isle of Mull?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Isle of Mull by showing you the exact location of each hostel.