The Isle of Mull is reached from the mainland by ferry.
Whilst the most popular service is between Oban and Craignure there is a shorter and cheaper ferry available from Lochaline.
There is also the ferry from Kilchoan.
You can find full details of these ferries at the Calmac website.
With the introduction of RET in Oct 2015 ferry prices have been reduced significantly.
Places to visit
The island of Mull has plenty of places of interest.
Regular visitors will be familiar with the iconic multi-coloured seafront of Tobermory,
Duart castle, the isle of Iona and with the beautiful beach at Calgary Bay.
Book your B&B at Lipnacloiche and we will be able to send you off in the morning on new adventures.
Places to stay
For those seeking accommodation on Mull, there are a range of properties available, from imposing castles to cosy cottages.
Local business www.accommodationsmull.co.uk offer a good range of holiday cottages all of which can be booked direct.
Ulva School Community Association is committed to supporting the local school in a variety of ways and was the recipient of £295 from the visitor donations at Lip na Cloiche.
Some of the photographs on this site have been used with the kind permission of Ray Cox Garden Photographer and Andrea Jones
The 'signature' photo on each page is copyright Nick Holmes.
We are also grateful to Carolyn Scott and Bennett Smith for the use of their photos.
Many of the plants at Lip na Cloiche are grown from seeds sourced through Plant World Seeds.
Lucy's daughter is International Three-day Eventer Vittoria Panizzon.
Lucy's brother, Guy, has an amazing collection of guitars - you can find out more here.