Bun Creige, Ardtun, Bunessan, Isle of Mull, PA67 6DH

Price Guide £250,000.00
  • Striking, Modern, Detached Cottage with Stunning Loch Views
  • Idyllic Rural Coastal Location
  • In Immaculate Order & Beautifully Presented
  • Business Opportunity
  • Open-Plan Lounge, Kitchen & Dining Area
  • Double Bedroom
  • Contemporary Shower Room
  • Air Source Heating System & Double Glazing
  • Private Garden with Parking
  • Vacant Possession 7th November 2022
  • EPC Rating: C 70
  • VIEWINGS STRICTLY: 21st February - 26th February 2022

Property Description


Quietly situated, and enjoying a truly magnificent, coastal setting, with panoramic views, sweeping over Loch na Lathaich, to the surrounding countryside, Bun Creige forms a striking, modern, detached cottage, situated in generous garden grounds, with private parking. Located in the stunning, rural settlement of Ardtun, near Bunessan, on the south end of the Isle of Mull, the property is currently run as a very successful self-catering dwelling, however would also be ideally suited as a permanent home or idyllic second home. Created specifically to take advantage of it’s breath-taking surroundings, Bun Creige is clad in larch and has blended sympathetically in to the natural, coastal, environment. In immaculate order throughout and beautifully presented, the property provides, fantastic, simplistic, accommodation over one level, and boasts bright, dual aspect rooms, high ceilings and contemporary kitchen and shower room, to name but a few. All furnishings and items seen, may be available at separate negotiation. Vacant possession is 7th November 2022. VIEWINGS STRICTLY: 21st February – 26th February 2022.

Ardtun is a small settlement less than 2 miles from Bunessan, the largest village on the Ross of Mull and lies approximately 29 miles south of Craignure. Facilities include a well-stocked grocer’s shop (including Post Office services), gift shop, hotel, primary school, church, doctor’s surgery and police station. Mull itself is the most accessible of all the Inner Hebridean Islands, only a two hour drive north-west of Glasgow and a 45 minute sailing from Oban with regular daily sailings also from Fishnish to Lochaline and Tobermory to Kilchoan. A popular tourist destination, the island is wonderfully  diverse, with towering sea cliffs, white sandy beaches and a large mountain range with the peak of Ben More rising to over 3,000 feet. The island is also considered to be one of best locations in Britain for wildlife spotting, with sightings of dolphins, otters, eagles and red deer.


Open-Plan Lounge, Kitchen & Dining Area 4.5m x 4.0m

With UPVC, half, frosted glazed entrance door. With triple picture windows to loch views, double window to front and window to side. Burley wood burning stove, set on slate hearth. Bespoke, locally sourced, wooden window sills and coat rack, comprising Scottish Elm, Scottish Sycamore, Scottish Ash and European Oak wood, add to the high-end finishes. Fitted with contemporary, white matt, kitchen units, offset with natural, granite effect, work surfaces. Integral Bosch oven. Zanussi electric hob, with stainless steel, extractor hood over. Integral Indesit washer/dryer. Integral Candy fridge with freezer compartment. Off-white coloured, sink unit. Tiled splashback. Moduleo oak effect flooring.

Hallway 2.0m x 1.1m

With window to loch views. Scottish Elm window sill. Hatch to loft. Door to shower room and open to bedroom. Moduleo oak effect flooring.

Shower Room 2.7m x 1.8m

With frosted window to front. Scottish Elm window sill. Fitted with modern white suite of WC, wash hand basin and large, fully tiled, shower cubicle, with mains shower. Tiled splashback. Heated towel rail.

Bedroom 3.8m x 2.8m

With double window to loch views and two windows to side views. Scottish Ash & Scottish Elm window sills. Fitted dressing table. Fitted, grey coloured, modern gloss wardrobes and cupboards. 


The property is approached by a private gravelled driveway, leading to the enclosed garden grounds and gravelled parking area. Well maintained, the attractive grounds are laid to a mixture of natural and well-tended lawns, with a gravel pathway leading round. The entrance door is approached by a paved and concrete, ramped, entrance for ease of access. An elevated rocky area to the side and rear of the cottage, provides privacy.

Travel Directions

From the ferry terminal at Craignure, turn left on to the A849, heading towards Iona Ferry, and follow the road through Glen More, Pennyghael and on to Bunessan (approx 31 miles). After passing Bunessan School on the right hand side the road bears to the right and down the hill. Turn right at the foot of the hill, across the stone bridge and turn left towards Ardtun & Knockan. Follow this road for around a mile and Bun Creige is located on the left hand side with access through a gate, well signposted. (what3words ///crunching.practical.boomer)