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Arle Lodge 3 Stars

Aros, Near Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Isle of Mull, PA72 6JS Show on map  8.52 miles from Isle of Mull
Arle Lodge

Isle of Mull, situated in Argyll and Bute, is located in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. The island is actually one of the largest islands and is popular with tourists. Tobermory is one of the popular attractions, especially with families with children. There are several small shops as well as cafes located along the waterfront. Other sights to enjoy while on Isle of Mull include Torosay Castle, Duart Castle and the beach at Calgary. There are plenty of accommodation options on the island from which visitors to the local area can choose.

The Scottish island that is known as the Isle of Mull is often commonly referred to as Mull and it is located within Argyll and Bute. Mull is the third biggest island within the Inner Hebrides. The Isle of Mull is located off the western coast of Scotland within the council area that is known as Argyll and Bute. The Isle of Mull covers an are of about eight hundred and seventy five square kilometres and this makes it the fourth biggest Scottish island the also the fourth biggest island in the United Kingdom. The Isle of Mull has a population of about two thousand six hundred and sixty six. During the summer months the Isle of Mull is very popular with tourists. Most of the population on the island are located within the area that is known as Tobermory. Tobermory was the only burgh on the island up until 1973. Tobermory is the capital of the Isle of Mull. The Isle of Mull has been an inhabited island since 6000 BC and the inhabitants from the Bronze Age built the stone circle, brochs and also the menhirs.

There is a strong education network within the island and this is made up of a good number of primary schools and one secondary school. The pupils that live on the southern part of the island between Fionnaphort and Bunnessan attend the secondary school that is located in Oban on the mainland and they board at the school between Monday and Thursday. The other pupils on the island attend the secondary school in Tobermory.

The Isle of Mull has a coastline that stretches for about four hundred and eighty kilometres and it has a very moderate climate due to the Gulf Stream.

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