Touring Scotland

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by sally47, May 6, 2015.

  1. sally47

    sally47 Funster

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    Off to Scotland in September again which we love but never been on the Isle of mull anybody been is it worth going for couple of nights and does anyone know cost of ferry for a eight metre any advice thanks
     
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    I wouldn't go for a couple of nights - I would suggest a week or more.

    Re ferries, go via Corran and Lochaline - cheaper than Oban.
     
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    The RET will be rolled out by October so cheaper ferry fares then.
     
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    Yes worth a visit but as said make it a week, or at least take up the 5day saver ticket on the ferry.
    Oban-Craignure 2 adults and a 8mtr motorhome would be £122.90 but as said if you use the Lochaline-Fishnish it would be £49. There would be the Coran ferry to add to that and I think that's around £10 each way.
    All getting cheaper from October when RET(road equivalent tariff) comes in, about half the price.
     
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    We left Mull on Sunday. We are 8mts and 2 adults. We went on the Coran ferry the cost was £8. Then from Locholine to Fishnish we were charged £28.75. Coming back we went from Tobermory to Kilchoan that fare was £38.80 and yes we thought it was worth going there.
     
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