Quality Self Catering Apartments
based at Portmore Place, Tobermory, Isle of Mull.
Portmore Place enjoys wonderful
views over Tobermory seafront and Calve Island, and is in
the heart of 'old Tobermory'. A range of restaurants & shops
are on your doorstep, but spectacular scenery and abundant
wildlife are still only a few minutes walk or drive away.
colourful buildings along the Main Street make Portmore
Place easy to find; Portmore Place is painted red, &
is next door to the popular Mishnish Hotel & bar, on the
right hand side of the photograph above.
1850’s this historic building is an ideal base for your
holiday, offering comfortable one or two bedroomed
apartments, which are well equipped and tastefully
furnished. All enjoy uninterrupted, panoramic views over the
harbour from their living rooms and master bedrooms. Our
apartments are named after islands - Lunga, Iona, Ulva,
Staffa, Erraid & Lismore - please click on the names on the
tab at the top of this page for details of each property.
The prices for each apartment can be found on the page for
each apartment & also on the 'Terms & Conditions' page.
holiday on the island of Mull offers an unrivalled
opportunity to enjoy a huge variety of scenery, wildlife,
flora & fauna. Discover changing views round every corner;
rugged cliffs, unspoilt sandy beaches, rolling hillsides,
shimmering seascapes. Wildlife abounds – the waters off Mull
are one of the best places in Europe to see whales,
dolphins, porpoises, basking sharks and other marine
home to both golden eagles and (white tailed) sea eagles –
Other birds of prey include osprey, hen harrier, peregrine
falcon & short eared owls. Birdwatchers may also spot
corncrakes, & increasingly rare song birds such as skylark,
song thrush and linnet. A visit to the spectacular island of
Staffa and the Treshnish Islands will also reveal a wide
range of sea-birds from the comic (& incredibly tame)
puffins, guillemots, kittiwakes, to razorbills and skuas.
are common on higher areas throughout Mull, Fallow deer &
wild goats may also be seen. Otters are not uncommon on
rocky shores & common seals can often be seen off seaweed
covered rocks along the shore-line.
local businesses run boat trips from Tobermory, Ulva Ferry
and Iona in search of a host of marine life & sea birds.
There are also a number of land based wildlife tours which
will help you explore Mull & search the best places to see
eagles & otters.
a rich diversity of plant life, with over 4000 different
species recorded – ranging from the wild daffodils & blue
bells of spring to the yellow iris & foxglove of summer.
Wild orchids, sundew & cotton grass grow on bogland while
gentians & alpines can be found on the highest peaks.