Free WiFi

Electricity included

Saturday changeover

Sleeps 4-5 (two bedrooms)

3-day bank holiday special – £000.00

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Oakfield Cottage

Oakfield Cottage is converted from part of Oakfield House, a magnificent Victorian mansion set in extensive gardens located in upper Tobermory which has been under the ownership of the same family for three generations. The cottage, which has been tastefully modernised to a high standard is located only a few minutes walk from Tobermorys iconic multi coloured Main Street. Luxuriously furnished and very well equipped, the cottage offers the perfect base for exploring the beautiful Island of Mull or just relaxing and getting away from it all.

The small secluded and sunny garden situated to the rear, provides a peaceful and pleasant environment for relaxing and gives spectacular views over the Sound of Mull and the mountains of Morvern beyond.

The cottage is available to rent on a weekly basis throughout the year and includes all bed linen, towels and electricity.

For larger parties you could also consider booking Oakfield House which is adjacent to the cottage and sleeps up to 10 guests.


Property Overview

• 2 x Leather settees


• Television with recordable Freeview


• DVD player (with selection of DVDs)


• CD/Bluetooth Hifi


• Supply of books, indoor games and children’s toys

• Fully fitted kitchen


• Dishwasher (dishwasher tablets provided)


• Electric cooker


• Fridge/ Freezer


• Kitchen table


• Microwave oven


• Toaster


• Kettle


• Childs high chair available upon request

• Full size double beds in each room


• 2nd bedroom also has a fold out single bed settee


• Duvets on all beds


• Quality matching bedroom furniture


• Both bedrooms have views over the garden


• Folding child’s cot available upon request


• Hairdryer

• Full size bath


• Mains pressure shower over bath


• LED illuminated mirror and shaver point


• Towels provided

• Secluded private rear garden


• Outdoor drying area


•  Oakfield Cottage does not allow smoking or pets anywhere on the grounds

• Free high speed WiFi

• Sleeps four to five guests

• Full central heating

• Fully double glazed

• All electricity included in the price

• All bed linen and towels provided

• Private Car parking area immediately outside

• Eating out facilities within easy walking distance

• Shops within easy walking distance

• Golf course within easy walking distance

• Cot and high chair available if requested

• A swinging mooring suitable for boats up to 50’ is available in the bay for guests by arrangement


Utility Cupboard

• Washing machine

• Tumble drier

• Ironing facilities


Safety Features

• Fully linked fire alarm system

• Emergency lighting

• Fire extinguishers on both floors. Kitchen also has a  CO2 extinguisher and fire blanket

Saturday changeover – Arrival after 3pm and departure prior to 10am

About Mull

The Island of Mull (pop. 3000) is, of all the Hebridian Islands, the most accessible, yet remains a world apart from the hustle and bustle of the mainland: 300 miles of unspoilt coastline with beaches, fossil rich cliffs, mountains and caves; wildlife everywhere – Golden Eagles, Sea Eagles, deer, seals, otters, Basking Sharks, dolphins, whales and orchids too; 200 miles of quiet roads with castles, gardens, beautiful beaches and museums to visit or for the more energetic there are two golf courses. Hill walking, fishing, shooting and horse riding are also popular pastimes for the holidaymaker on Mull. However the most popular are without doubt sailing and diving with the waters surrounding Mull being world renowned for both.

Mull also boasts many fine eating establishments which can be found all around the island.

To the south west of Mull lies the historic island of Iona and to the west the tiny Hedridean island of Staffa, made famous by the spectacular Fingals Cave, which was the inspiration for Mendelssohn’s Hebridean Overture.

Tobermory (pop. 1000) is the capital of Mull and the town itself plays host to frequent music festivals, sailing weeks, regattas, drama festivals, the Mull Highland Games and one of the best run car rallies in the UK (The Mull Rally). The main street is also world famous with its colourfully painted houses and bustling harbour and with several excellent pubs, restaurants and shops within a stones throw of each other the town is a perfect base to explore Mull in its entirety.

Getting there

The crossing from the mainland to the Island of Mull is made by Caledonian MacBrayne car ferries, which run from Oban to Craignure (45 minutes crossing time) or Lochaline to Fishnish (35 minutes crossing time). Oban can be reached either by road, there is a frequent bus service running to several large towns and cities throughout Scotland, or by train, Oban has its own railway station and the trains run regularly to and from Glasgow. For more information on ferry times and costs please contact Caledonian MacBrayne direct on:- 0800 066 5000 or visit them online at

Once on Mull it is a very scenic 45 minute drive to reach Tobermory and Oakfield Cottage.