Back Brae Lodge Self Catering Holiday Cottage Accommodation in Tobermory, Mull
This self-catering holiday cottage is in Tobermory,
the main town on the beautiful Scottish Island of Mull.
The house is situated behind the famous Mishnish buildings on colourful Main Street,
set off from the street which leads to the upper part of the town, on the north side of Tobermory Bay.
The house is known locally as “the old chocolate shop”, since it was the original home of Tobermory Chocolate.
Situated in the heart of the town, Back Brae Lodge offers easy access to the local Co-Op, arts and craft shops, a bank, museum,
post office, four public bars, a range of restaurants, an arts centre... and many other interesting corners!
How Many Guests?
Sleeping accommodation comprises one kingsize double bedroom, with two sofa beds within the upper floor living area.
The accommodation is ideal for one couple or a single, and adaptable for a family group.
The maximum occupancy is three adults, or two adults with children.
Around The House
Back Brae Lodge is an open-plan residence furnished to a high standard.
The spacious L-shaped upper floor combines the living area, dining area, kitchen and extra sleeping space.
The upper floor space can be blacked out with the curtains and Velux blinds.
There is a sliding wooden door partition which can be pulled across to split the room if necessary.
This is not a soundproof barrier but does provide some privacy.
The lower floor of Back Brae Lodge is accessible through both the internal staircase and a separate lower entrance from outdoors.
It comprises a lobby and drying room, bathroom and double (kingsize) bedroom.
The building was originally a mason's workshop before it was extended into shop premises for
Tobermory Chocolate then
It was converted and renovated in 2007 into residential self-catering.
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