Fonn Aline,
Glenaros, Salen
Fonn Aline (Gaelic for “Beautiful Sound”) is a characterful wooden two storey cottage built in 1905 for a Miss Elise Mott.
The self catering accommodation occupies an elevated position above the road, with spectacular views across the Aros River Estuary to Aros Castle and the Sound of Mull.
It is situated centrally on the island so ideal for exploring both the South and North areas of Mull. It is perfect for birdwatching, photography, walking or just relaxing and looking out to sea. The small village of Salen where you will find a restaurant, hotel and well stocked shop is only a 5 minute drive or 20 minute walk along the coast road, where you may see otters and seals on the rocks.
The cottage provides basic accommodation in a lovely country peaceful setting.
Sleeps 6 people
Tariff: £375 - £650 per week
Ground Floor
First Floor
Floor plan is for illustrative purposes only to give an idea of the layout of the property

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Location: 2 minutes walk from shore - 20 mins walk to shops -  spectacular sea views across the sound of Mull to the Morvern hills

Garden: Fenced garden overlooking the sea - picnic table - washing line - ample parking for 2 cars

Heating: Woodchip central heating - electricity included in price - open fire in lounge -  logs and kindling provided for your arrival more can be bought locally.

Kitchen: Fridge freezer - dishwasher - electric cooker - microwave - kettle - toaster - hoover - washing machine - tumble dryer - iron & ironing board.

Lounge:  Comfortable seating and dining table to seat 6 - Freesat TV - CD Player - free wifi

Bedrooms: 1 double and 1 single on the ground floor - 1 single and 1 twin on the first floor
Bathrooms:1 bathroom with shower over bath on the ground floor 

Additional Information: Private water supply - linen provided - towels provided - cot available - 2 dogs allowed £15 per dog per week - no smoking

History of Fonn Aline

The first is that it is really a misnomer. Miss Mott wanted a Gaelic name and asked a native Gaelic speaker for a translation of Beautiful Sound, as in Sound of Mull. He misunderstood and gave her the word for sound as in music!

•The other is that the name is correct and commemorates the death of a legendary piper whom local folklore says may have been buried nearby.

•On a quiet night you can almost imagine the haunting sound of the pipes drifting across from the waters edge