Bed and Breakfast Aboard The St Hilda

Bed & Breakfast - Ahoy!

Enjoy a unique Bed & Breakfast at anchor aboard the St Hilda in the tranquil waters of Tobermory Bay, Isle of Mull. We will pick you up in the yacht's tender from the marina’s pontoons on the bustling quayside in Tobermory, the capital of Mull, whose brightly painted buildings line the water front and nestle against a backdrop of high, woodland hills that surround the bay - a bay that holds the wreck of a supposedly treasure filled Spanish galleon. The surrounding seas of the Isles of Mull and nearby Iona abound with rare, spectacular wildlife. There are golden and sea eagles, whales (minkes, and occasional humpbacks and orcas) as well as dolphins, porpoises, basking sharks. Ashore and along the coasts you will spot corncrakes and otters.

Your home is the beautiful, wooden ex-tall ship St Hilda that was built in Scotland in St Monans, Fife, in a family-owned (Miller's) boatyard specifically for sail training with a crew of 20, which is why she is such a spacious yacht for her six guests. She is one of the smallest of the “Tall Ships” and has competed in several Tall Ship races. You will admire the views from its open decks and eat in an airy, well-lit saloon and, what a pleasure it is to wake up to the sound of the water gently lapping against the hull.

A Truly Unforgettable B&B Experience

Bed & Breakfast is £180 per cabin per night. There are three cabins; a roomy, double, en-suite in the aft cabin,  a twin en-suite and two single berths with adjacent toilet and shower rooms which are a high standard for a yacht.

We can also offer packed lunch at £15 per person and dinner at £40 per person that includes the aperitif and wine with dinner. In the high season we ask you to book for five nights minimum.

Prefer to phone?

+44(0) 7745 550988

Want to convert your stay to a small boat cruising holiday?

Contact us and discuss the options with our crew.

Wonderful wildlife and scenery - especially Loch Striven.

Marilyn Hands, 2016