Coronavirus COVID-19 Prevention in Mull
On Monday 9th August 2021, Scotland moved out of the COVID Protection Levels scheme, due to reduced pressure on health services. For current information, see:
- General Scottish Government advice on coronavirus in Scotland
- Scottish Government advice on travel to Scotland, and within Scotland, including recommended pre-departure testing when travelling to Scottish islands
- NHS testing if you develop symptoms, before or after your arrival on Mull
- CalMac ferry customer updates and travel advice
- Visit Mull & Iona travel guidance and Visitor Charter
- Mull Health visitor guidance
Remember to bring your face covering for enclosed public spaces.
Please be a responsible visitor to the island. You should not travel to Mull if anyone in your household begins to develop COVID-19 symptoms, has tested positive or is required to self-isolate at home; or there are any travel restrictions in place for leaving your home area, for entering Scotland or for the Isle of Mull.
Cancellation or postponement
If you're going to be unable to make the journey to Mull for a booked stay because of any national or local travel restrictions, we always offer you either a full refund or a change of dates. The full refund policy does not apply if you are unable to travel because of individual quarantine, self-isolation or testing reasons - in these cases our standard cancellation policy applies and you should rely on separate holiday or travel insurance to cover cancellation costs.
As responsible self catering providers, we have always co-operated with Scottish Government travel restrictions and other rules. It's your responsibility to ensure you stay within the law, however we do review any relevant restrictions before your stay and reserve the right to cancel (or arrange to postpone) your stay at that point if we believe you will be in breach of them.
Cleaning and hygiene
We want you to be fully confident that you'll arrive in a holiday property that's thoroughly clean, and disinfected for your peace of mind. Cleaning and disinfecting products will be available at Back Brae Lodge during your stay, so you can maintain hygiene.
As a responsible self catering host and member of the Association of Scotland's Self Caterers, we've followed the ASSC's industry-leading measures for restarting safely and implemented their Enhanced Cleaning Protocols as well as preparing our own risk assessment. We've also signed up to VisitScotland's Good To Go certification for visitor accommodation and committed to Airbnb's Enhanced Cleaning Protocol.
You should find that most Mull visitor businesses are ready to receive you, outdoor activities are on offer, wildlife is thriving and there are plenty of things to do - unless you're putting your feet up in the house with a movie!
Eating out and eating in
See restaurants, cafes and food shops on nearby Main Street.
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