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I was met by a lovely lady who told me plenty of history of the Ross of Mull and beyond. All this over a nice cup of tea. There are interesting books etc to buy but make sure you have cash as they don`t have...More
We stopped here on our first day on the island and this little gem is full of useful information about the island currently..ie useful maps, walking guides, full list of campsites B&Bs and other services. Plis very interesting history, it is refurbished black house and...More
We arrived just on closing time, but were welcomed in anyway and offered a pot of tea.I had been in Bunessan 48 years, staying on Saorphin Farm as part of a University of Glasgow field study. Interesting poster displays of local history, and a chance...More
You reach the Centre and the adjacent mill ruins across a footbridge that crosses the Bunessan Burn which once powered the mill - an intriguing, nostalgic introduction.
The mill and the remnants of its machinery take your mind back to its central place in the...More
We had an intersting look around but the real fun started when the very obliging lady volunteer told us about the archives which we were able to investigate. Could have stayed here for a whole day looking through records. Imagine our surprise when we found...More
Stopped off on route to Iona. The chap there was friendly and knowledgeable about the local history.
They have tea & coffee on sale (very good coffee & not silly prices! ) & a toilet.....
will definitely stop off again on next trip.
Not as well publicised as I think it should be, it deserves more visitors. The Historical Centre is Tardis like, there is far more on the inside than the outside suggests is possible. It gives a fantastic overview of life on the island and how...More
Who would have thought that a little town like Bunessan would have such a fantastic resource center! Came with some knowledge of where my kin came from on Mull and left with proof that they came from the area around Penncross plus we found another...More