Ledmore House Isle of Mull

Looking for a safe family staycation with trout fishing this summer?

Ledmore is a traditional island house in a totally secluded location next to a large wild trout loch.

A private waterfall in the garden is a much loved feature and an ideal spot to relax and enjoy a BBQ, or wander through the meadows surrounding the house and have a picnic with a view of the lake. There are no other houses nearby, so it’s about as secluded and private as you can get!

It’s the perfect place for children to learn to fish and those who love wild flowers won’t be disappointed. Eagle watching, wild swimming and canoeing can all be done at Ledmore. There are plenty of good walks and cycling routes and you can rent the owners boat to go fishing or just go to the loch for a leisurely picnic – read more.

If it rains there is a large barn to play mini versions of football/tennis/badminton etc and a den for teenagers with a table tennis table and seating area.

This is an ideal escape and for your safety comes with specialist covid cleaning by trained professionals. It sleeps 4 to 5 people and well behaved dogs are welcome.

The Isle of Mull (half way up Scotland’s West Coast) enjoys spectacular scenery, lovely beaches, castles, harbour villages, dolphin/whale spotting, the iconic Iona Abbey and Fingal’s cave on Staffa. Plenty to keep young and old happy, both on and away from the property.

Ledmore has recently been added to FishPal and we expect availability for summer and early autumn weeks to go quickly. 2021 availability.

Ledmore website

Contact: 07775 677704
Email: info@ledmoremull.uk

Anne
FishPal
Email anne@fishpal.com

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