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A nice spot. The restored cottage is not for rent but if there is no one there I am told you are welcome to go in and dry out! And apparently there is a visitors' book. Like friends years ago, you have to be pretty robust to get here by land ie you walk carrying all your gear and food, presumably from the farm at Ardtornish point. Or of course you could go by boat which would be a lot easier. Behind the cottage are the remains of some ruined cottages. It is all delightfully remote.
The deciduous woods between here and Ardtornish are fabulous. The beach below the cottage is shingle but there are lots of interesting rock pools by the isolated rock that doesn't cover, and deer come down to the shore to feed. There is a fish trap by that rock. And of course watch out for the sea eagles. And for the wash from the occasional ships in the Sound — bad for the wine glasses.
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Up the Sound of Mull from Inninmore
The cottage at Inninmore