Tour Scotland Glenforsa Isle of Mull Oban and Argyll Holiday Cottage. Offering panoramic views of the Sound of Mull and Ardnamurchan peninsula, this modern, architect-designed detached house is situated in large woodland gardens. Faoileann Ghlas, in a perfect location by the shore, provides stylish facilities and commitment to the highest standards which combine to create an exceptional holiday experience. With stunning sea and mountain views, Faoileann Ghlas offers an idyllic holiday retreat. The property is furnished to reflect the higher expectations of today’s discerning traveller, providing every contemporary comfort with soft, neutral colour schemes, quality bed linen and towels, natural colour carpets and solid oak flooring. The jewel in the crown is the unusual ‘glass-walled’ living room affording uninterrupted views of the Sound of Mull and beyond. Mull is a vast, immensely varied place, with 1000 ft sea cliffs, powder white sand beaches and a huge mountain range with the highest mountain, Ben More, rising 3000 feet from a very blue and crystal clear sea. Spectacular oceanic views confront the visitor at every turn in the road and beaches can be found that have seen no other people for days – or even weeks. Golden eagles and the very rare white tailed sea eagle have their stronghold here, as does the elusive otter. Dolphins, whales and basking sharks are seen regularly around Mull and the 200 smaller islands and rocky outcrops that surround it. Mull is indeed a wild and stunningly beautiful place but it also has attractive village settlements scattered amid its glens and along its hugely indented coastline. Tobermory is reckoned to be the prettiest village in all the Hebrides. The islands of Ulva, Iona and Staffa are other must see destinations. Forest walks can be enjoyed, and bicycles can be hired to ride along Mull’s hundreds of tracks and trails.