is where the Oban to Mull ferry terminates on the Isle of Mull. Craignure is worth a visit in its own right, whether you are going as a foot passenger or taking your car across for a longer stay on the island. More information about the ferry can be gained by phoning the Booking Hotline 08000 66 5000 or visiting the Calmac website.
Lochdon is a sleepy hamlet about three miles south of Craignure. Many people just drive through on their way to Iona, but there’s plenty to see here, including what must be the smallest Post Office in the world!
Coming down the hill from Craignure, you get a good overview of the loch, but you’ll have a better view if you turn left to either Gorten, or Grasspoint. Both are narrow roads, so take care, but the views are tremendous, and the wildlife is excellent, and there’s always the chance of an otter.In summer ther are lots of orchids too.
For details of the newly built Mull and Iona swimming pool at the Isle of Mull Hotel, click here.
Mull & Iona Community Hospital
The present day building was converted from an old people's home in the 1980's and there are still a number of residential beds. Minor injuries can be treated here. READ MOREAddress: Craignure, Isle of Mull, Argyll. PA65 6BG
Tel: 01680 300392
Craignure Police Station
Mull has four police station, Tobermory, Salen, Bunessan and Craignure. READ MORETel: 01680 812322
Spa Shop and Fuel
The Spa Shop is also the local post office. This building is attached to Macgregor's Roadhouse cafe & restaurant and is located immediately opposite the ferry terminal. READ MOREAddress: Craignure Isle of Mull PA65 6AY
Tel: 01680 812301
Island Castaways Charity Shop
Mull has a very good charity shop, run by our Community Trust (M.I.C.T.) . Island residents pass on most of their useful, and sometimes valuable, unwanted items to raise money for the Trust. READ MOREAddress: Craignure Isle of Mull PA65 6AY
Tel: 01680 812908
Craignure Church Standing on a green south of the inn at Craignure, the parish church of Torosay was built in 1783 with His Grace the Duke of Argyll as patron. READ MORE