Cuin Lodge overlooks Loch Cuin and has stunning views of the Loch and the Mountains of Mull beyond. Originally built in the early 19th Century as a Farm House, Cuin Lodge became a Shooting Lodge for the Quinish Estate after it was extended in 1870. It has been tastefully restored to provide Guests with all the comforts of a modern home without losing any of its original character.
It is possible to see Otters fishing in the Loch - Wild Geese grazing on the land between the house and the Loch and numerous species of birds flying overhead. With all this and peace and tranquility it really is a superb spot to relax and enjoy the beauty of Magical Mull.
The Isle of Mull is one of the best places in Europe to enjoy unique and spectacular views of White-Tailed or Sea Eagles. As well as getting up close to these and other stunning birds of prey, plenty of other wildlife make Mull their home, including Otters, Red Deer, Slow Worms, Toads, Common Lizards, and Adders - all widespread through the island. Basking Sharks, Minkie Whales, Dolphins, Seals and other Cetaceans are also frequently sighted along the coast.
The house is situated one mile north west of the picturesque village of Dervaig. Our 2 letting Rooms can accommodate 1 to 3 people in each room with a double and single bed in each. Both rooms are En-suite and have TV with full access to Sky. Fax and WiFi internet access is available if required.