Travelling to the Isle of Mull & finding our restaurant

Getting here

Ninth Wave Restaurant is located on the Island of Mull in the Hebrides, Argyll, Scotland. You will find us near the end of the Ross of Mull, just outside (before) the village of Fionnphort where the ferry to Iona departs. Fionnphort is on the A849 road which runs the length of Mull and connects Tobermory in the north with Fionnphort in the south. All ferry connections, whether from Oban to Craignure, Lochaline to Fishnish or Kilchoan and to Tobermory, connect to the A849 and therefore heading south from any of these ports will bring you towards the Ninth Wave. The turn off is signposted on both sides of the road, just before you reach the village.

Fionnphort Accomodation

Sea View

Seaview is a traditional Hebridean home, protected from the Atlantic gales by thick walls of pink granite. It is the nearest 4 star quality en suite bed & breakfast to the Iona and Staffa ferries.

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Coal Ithe

caol-Ithe

Guesthouse and Self-catering Cottages, Isle of Mull. Cathy and Michael Drury would like to extend to you a warm welcome to their island home, ‘Caol-Ithe’ (pronounced ‘Cool-ee’ and meaning Sound of Iona), here at Fionnphort on the Ross of Mull.

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 Staffa House

Situated in the heart of Fionnphort, conveniently only 5 minutes walk from the jetty, this is an excellent starting point for trips to Iona, Staffa and the Treshnish Islands.

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Caoran B & B

Caorann BnB

Fionnphort – Tel: 01681 700181. Come and stay right in the heart of Fionnphort village, a stone’s throw from the Iona Ferry. At Caorann we have a bright, modern and comfortable double bedroom with separate shower room, for £70 per night for two people (£40 for single occupancy) including traditional cooked breakfast and cereals.

 

 

Other Mull Accomodation

Isle of Mull Cottages

Find a self catering cottage on the beautiful Isle of Mull off the west coast of Scotland. We are an island based letting agency with a selection of fantastic properties – from rural cottages to large country houses overlooking the sea.

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 Old Mill Cottage

The Old Mill in Lochdon is an ideal base for exploring the Isle of Mull, it is centrally situated between Tobermory at the north end of the island and Iona to the south.

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Other Links

Mull Roads

Mull roads

How to Drive on Mull.

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Staffa Trips

Friendly and informative boat trips to Staffa.

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Aos Dana

Continuing an island tradition of over one hundred years, they create unique Celtic Iona silver jewellery using historic designs from the island of Iona.

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Wild About Mull

A Mull wildlife tour is the best way to take in what this Island has to offer. Wild About Mull operates wildlife tours on the Ross of Mull which is the South West peninsular on the Isle of Mull.

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 True Highlands

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We are creating the ultimate experience for planning your visit to Scotland, from eating out, activities, accommodation and information to getting married, fishing and shopping! Our site is designed to be easy to navigate, a pleasure to use and your one-stop-shop for everything Highlands and Islands!

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 Isle of Mull Brewing Company

Our beers include Kilt Lifter IPA, Skelpt Lug Dark Ale, Skinny Blonde Ale, Ginger Jakey Amber Ale and Fair Puggled Stout. We brew all our beers from 100% natural ingredients and take great pride in both the taste and quality of our beers. We started out with a goal of producing beers that everyone could enjoy, not just the sophisticated real ale drinkers, and we think we achieved it.

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 Isle of Mull Cheese

 

 

 

 

The home of “Isle of Mull Cheese” is a small family farm situated on the beautiful Isle of Mull, in the Inner Hebrides, off the West Coast of Scotland.

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Dail an Inmbre

Rosie and Nigel Burgess have lived on Mull for 30 years and have been working the croft since 1990. Rosie is the fourth generation of her family to work land on the Ross of Mull. It is managed under the Rural Stewardship Scheme, which has resulted in a steady increase of natural flora in specific habitats, particularly the number and variety of orchids.

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Transport

Mull-Oban

Island of Mull ferry, to Mull, Iona

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Iona Daytime

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Boat hire

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Taxi Hire

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