Isle of Mull
Penny & Mark invite you to Creagard, Bed & Breakfast, in Tobermory on the Isle of Mull.
We have two en-suite rooms, newly furnished and decorated, one double and one twin. Each room has coffee and tea facilities, full wi-fi access and a Google Home mini. A conservatory is available for your use. We have ample parking and are a few minutes walk from the harbour. We don't have TVs in the rooms - take a break and enjoy the island!
Our breakfasts use local produce and we are experienced in meeting dietary needs. Oh, and we're dog friendly too!
|High Season 2022||2022-04-02||2022-10-23||£90.00|
|High Season 2022||2022-04-02||2022-10-23||£93.00|
The price quoted is per night. We offer a reduced price for every third night you stay.
The discount for the third night is £20 - this is automatically applied when you book on line.
The Nitty Gritty
Our regular Check-in time is from 4.30pm - 09.00 pm. If you would like to book in earlier, please ring Penny or Mark to make arrangements.
We can cater for your dietary needs, just let us know when you book so we can ensure we have things you need.
It is no-smoking indoors, please.
We love having your dogs to stay. We ask that you do not allow your dog on the beds though. We'll be happy to show you the excellent walks here. We have a garden for your dog's needs and have a suitable supply of disposable bags.
We ask for a 25% non-refundable deposit when you book online - but if there is a problem, please ring us.
Creagard is opening with added cleaning protocols for the safety of our guests and ourselves. By the time of opening we will have both been fully vaccinated.
All bedding; pillows, duvets, mattress protectors, blankets, not just sheets and duvet covers, is being changed for each new booking.
You will be asked to stagger breakfast times and breakfast will separate tables and comestibles.
Please wear masks in communal areas unless seated.
Our health facilities are more fragile than those on the mainland, have less capacity and travel is more difficult, so we would really appreciate that our guests take precautions to protect our communities.
The Scottish Government is asking that;
“If you are planning to travel to an island and do not have COVID-19 symptoms, we will encourage you to take two lateral flow tests for COVID-19 before you depart. This is an important way to reduce the risk of bringing COVID-19 into island communities.” gov.scot/communitytesting
Guidance on how to get tests can be found here https://www.mullhealth.com/faqs-covid-testing-before-travelling-to-mull/
We would also encourage people to download the Visit Scotland App which allows QR codes recognition