Mull is the fourth largest Scottish island, with an area of 338 square miles and a resident population around 2000. Mull is a popular destination for tourists, and also many people from Central Scotland have holiday homes here.
Kintra - a small village with a street by the sea north near Fionnphort - beach with a tiny semi-isalnd ideal for infants - several holiday cottages,
Lochbuie - A small vilage south of the road from Craignure to Bunessan with the UK's smallest Post Office, several self-catering cottages, a castle, good beaches and a fine coastal walk to Carsaig Arches.
Kilchoan on Ardnamurchan to Tobermory. Three per day, taking 35 minutes. Given how remote Ardnamurchan is, this is more a way of getting there, than a way of getting to Mull.
Iona to Fionnphort about 9 per day, taking 10 minutes. Beware of getting wet feet boarding the ferry.
Local buses are operated by Bowmans , who also run tours. Buses to Tobermory and also to Iona connect with many of he ferries at Craignure. There are no Sunday services in winter.
The Isle Of Mull Railway runs just over a mile from Craignure to Torosay, and is a tourist attraction, not a useful part of the transport system.
Tobermory. If you have a small child with you, then you will probably not be able to avoid Tobermory, or Balamory as they will call it after the TV series. The town is picturesque, with painted buildings along the waterfront, and an interesting assortment of small shops, cafes and pubs.
See the beach at Calgary
Macquarie Mausoleum, Gruline, Isle of Mull, Argyll & Bute. Off B8035.  Your chance to visit a site belonging to the National Trust of Australia (New South Wales) without going Down Under.
The view from the bar at The Glenforsa Hotel The Glenforsa Hotel 
Ride on the narrow gauge Isle of Mull Railway This runs from Craignure to Torosay (March - October). Single £3.50.
Mull Cheddar is an artisan cheese made near Tobermory, with a great strong distinctive flavour.
The Glenforsa Hotel, Salen By Aros PA72 6JW (Turn right off the ferry and head toward Salen, you'll see a sign directing you to the hotel), ☎ +44 (0)1680 300377, . This small family run hotel captures the spirit of Mull and is a perfect rural holiday retreat. The mountain and sea blend together to give fantastic, panoramic views from the hotel which is in an elevated position on the shoreline. Panoramic views are also available from the bar and restaurant which serves local produce 7 days a week.
Tobermory Youth Hostel, Main Street, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, PA75 6NU Tel: 0870 004 1151  SYHA Hostel on the seafront, with great facilites, awarded 4 stars by the Tourist Board.
Bed and Breakfasts
Western Isles Hotel, Tobermory PA75 6PR (01688) 302012. Classic highland hotel (built in 1883) on the hill above Tobermory. Rooms from £49 to £169.
The Mishnish Hotel, Main St, Tobermory, Isle of Mull. Telephone 01688 302009 Hotel on the seafront, near the pier. B&B from £30. Bar is popular with locals and visiting yachtsmen.
Isle of Mull HotelCraignure, PA65 6BB, ☎ 0870 950 6267 (firstname.lastname@example.org). The hotel overlooks Craignure Bay and is about 1/2 mile from the ferry terminal.
The Glenforsa Hotel, Craignure PA72 6JW, ☎ +44 (0)1680 300 377, . Sample a selection of Scotland's best malts whilst marvelling at the breathtaking views from the bar at The Glenforsa Hotel.
Tobermory Whisky, Ledaig, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, SCOTLAND PA75 6NR, ☎ +44 (0)1688 302645, . Drink, or go on a tour of the distillery.
Beach House Self Catering, Lower Ardtun, near Bunessan, Isle of Mull (http://bit.ly/beach_directions), ☎ (=44 (131) 669 3082, . Beach House is a restored farmhouse looking over Loch Scridain, half way between Bunessan and Pennyghael. The holiday home can sleep up to eight.(56.340045,-6.106896)