Cuidhe Leathain (pronounced coo-lane and translated from the Gaelic as MacLean’s Corner) is a traditional Highland house within the conservation area of Old Tobermory.   Guest sitting and dining rooms have original Victorian fireplaces.   You can enjoy a peat and log fire on a chilly evening.   There is an extensive selection of books, CDs, and DVDs.   Wi-Fi and Sky television and TV/DVD in all bedrooms.  The luxury super-king and king double bedrooms have a host of extras including mineral waters, fine bed linen, soaps and shower gels, as well as super-soft towels, bathrobes and slippers to ensure a relaxing stay.  Extensive breakfast choice includes smoked trout and porridge the way Jeannette was taught by her Scottish Gran Morrison.


Cuidhe Leathain B&B

Alan and Jeannette Hodson were regular visitors to the Isle of Mull for more than 25 years before moving to their favourite place in the world and restoring and refurbishing Cuidhe Leathain into a luxurious Bed and Breakfast.   After 16 very happy years, Alan and Jeannette are planning an accommodation ‘downsize’ in 2018.   Cuidhe Leathain will continue with Visit Scotland membership until April 2018.   After that it will remain open to its high four star standard, but take in fewer guests through the season.

Please call 01688 302504 or 07842 138186 to check availability.



“To have had the opportunity to welcome people from all over the world into our home and to introduce them to the magic of the scenery and wildlife of Mull has been an amazing privilege.   However, as a pair of septuagenarians, we now plan to continue welcoming guests, but fewer than in previous years.   We have some wonderful memories.   Thank you to all of our guests.   These have been the best years of our lives”  Alan and Jeannette

Cuidhe Leathain remains home to two ageing Scottish Bearded Collie dogs –  Fergus and Mungo