Scoor House is nestled in a peaceful, remote location on the southwestern tip of the Isle of Mull. With amazing walks, white sandy beaches, wildlife and history all available from the front door. Scoor offers you an exceptional self-catering experience at an affordable price. Your perfect base to explore this unique area.
The two-storey, former farmhouse has been restored and converted to provide four, fully-equipped, self-catering apartments, which you will find are ideal for individuals, large families, organisations or special interest groups.
There are also three separate cottages, Garden Cottage, which is immediately adjacent to Scoor House, Ploughman’s Cottage and Shepherd’s Cottage both of which have their own fenced gardens and are within 5 mins walk of Scoor House.
Scoor itself has a large, walled, grassy area which you’ll find perfect for playing games and picnics. All the properties have stunning sea views across the landscape towards the islands of the Hebrides.
Flexible Stay Holiday Specialists
Scoor House is understandably very popular during the summer months but outwith the high season we are very keen for you to plan your own length of holiday. We are now offering flexible breaks: three day weekend breaks; four day mid-week breaks; ten day or longer breaks. You let us know what you’d like and we’ll do our very best to accommodate you. Please note that between November and March we only offer breaks with a seven day minimum stay.
Educational Organisations And Special Interest Groups
Scoor is ideal for large groups, as the six properties can comfortably accommodate up to 35 people in total. The main house is particularly popular with students and family reunion groups who enjoy the feeling of being all together, as well the convenience of having their own facilities and privacy.
Well behaved pets are always welcome at Scoor (except in Shepherd’s Cottage and Ploughman’s Cottage which are pet-free). A small additional charge applies for visitors with dogs.
We are located on a working farm so your consideration of the farm animals is appreciated.
“A wonderful week. Golden Eagles, dolphins, Buzzards, Peregrines, sunshine and beautiful scenery. The kids had a ball. Never had a better week in the Hebrides”
P. family, Glasgow