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Ena's Cottage

Ena’s cottage is a charming nineteenth century, two storey cottage attached to Drimnin House. On the ground floor there is a comfortable living room with wood-burning stove (logs are provided) flat screen (Free-sat) TV with DVD player, hi-fi system and dining area. The separate kitchen is well-equipped and has an electric cooker, fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine and dining table. Water is from a private estate-maintained supply and is regularly quality tested by the Highland Council. There is a ground floor family bathroom with bath and shower above.

Ena's Cottage

Upstairs are two bedrooms with lovely sea and garden views. One is a twin bedroom and the other a double bedroom with king size bed, sleeping up to four people.  A travel cot for one infant or toddler up to 2 years old is available on request.

All linen, towels and electricity, plus logs for the stove are included in the price. There is oil fired central heating and double glazing throughout, making this a great holiday property all year round, whatever the weather. 
 

Ena's Cottage

Guests have full access to the Victorian parterre in the Drimnin House garden, with garden furniture and wonderful views to the mountains of the Isle of Mull and the Atlantic Ocean.  Up to two dogs are welcome at a small additional charge per week.

Ena’s cottage has Wi-Fi (on a limited satellite package) and there is good mobile phone reception in the area to keep in touch with the outside world when you want!  Smoking is not allowed in the house.

 

 

Guest Comments

7 October 2017-------------- 'Wonderful place - shame about the weather, nothing we could do about that, so we just got on with enjoying the beautiful location and the surrounding area. White tailed eagle seen at the boatshed, buzzard and tawny owl in the woodland and red seer on the hill with a couple of young hinds regulary encountered in the woods. Thanks to the Estate team for the welcome pack.' Ryan party Co Durham & Lincoln
23rd September 2017 -------------- 'A very realxing holiday. Wonderful walks & cycle rides. Saw 3 porpoise in the Sound of Mull and watched them or at least 1/2 hour. Spotted otters on the shore and at the Lochaline ferry.. Listened to the owls hooting every night and heard/saw stags bellowing. Sea eagles and goldern eagles seen on walks + 2 gannets. The Whitehouse restorant for lunch was a great find - high class food delicious. A lovely day out on Mull and the weather was v. good to us.Thanks for the welcome pack.' Cal and Jules, Cumbria.
'Had some relaxing days in this cottage. We also enjoyed the scenery very much. It was very beautiful to walk around and see the stunning landscape. Thanks a lot for the hospitality - we really felt like home. Hope to come back some day.' Miriam & Steven. Austria. January 2017
'We have had a fantastic week - the cottage was very cosy. The wildlife spotted this week includes otters, pine marten, red and roe deer, seals and Larry the Llama!' Dodds party
'Lovely comfortable stay, following a very warm welcome reflected in the locals we met. A new part of Scotland for us to visit but will certainly be repeated.' Beddall party
'Stunning. Great local walks and views. Had a great week here - love this cottage.' Measures party
'Had a great time. Did loads of bike rides, went fishing by the boathouse, saw deer by St Columba's Chapel and the views were great.' Primett party
'Lots of walks + the weather has been very kind. Seen stags rutting + otter mum & kits swimming near the church. Had a lovely relaxing holiday. Staff are lovely + helpful + informative.' John, Bracken & Lass. October 2016
What a fantastic place to spend the last few days of our tour around Scotland. Comfort, beautiful weather (hot for October) and fantastic scenery. Use of bikes a bonus, as were the little extras on arrival. Sanna bay was a long but enjoyable drive well worth the visit. Amazing ! Thank you. Mark and Amanda, Derbyshire. October 2016