Barrachandroman, Lochbuie, Isle of Mull

Owing to renovations, we are not at present taking bookings for 2016

Owing to renovations, we are not at present taking bookings for 2016

+44 (0)1680 814220


A stone's throw from the sea by the shore of Loch Spelve, Barrachandroman overlooks the sheltered head of the loch and has spectacular views to Creach Beinn mountain. Surrounded by unspoiled wilderness, it's a haven for walkers, birdwatchers, wildlife lovers, artists, photographers, and those just looking to get away from it all. Otters, seals, wild goats, red and fallow deer, sea eagles, golden eagles and a host of other birds are commonly seen, and dolphins occasionally visit the loch.

Sail, paddle or fish on the loch, or arrange for fishing on freshwater Loch Uisg, only 10 mins' walk. Explore the coastline with its caves, waterfalls and secluded sandy beaches. Experience the history with Lochbuie stone circle, castles and abandoned villages. Climb the local mountains, and revel in the exceptional views. Enjoy the fresh local seafood.


The stone farmhouse was originally built in the 17th century, and has been updated to retain its original character and charm, while providing all the modern comforts you need.

Barrachandroman sleeps 8. Downstairs is a cosy living room with an open fire, a dining room and a sun room. The kitchen is fully equipped with an Aga, electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, etc, and there is a utility room with a large fridge-freezer, washing machine and tumbler drier. There is a bathroom and a shower room. Upstairs are four bedrooms accessed off two staircases: a double, two twins and a bunk room.

There's a private walled garden where you can enjoy the sea views, and a sheltered garden with a burn and a pond. Plenty of off-road parking is available.


Barrachandroman is at Kinlochspelve, by Lochbuie (3 miles). It is 11 miles from the Craignure ferry terminus.

Tavia & Adrian Stephens
tel: +44 (0)1680 814220