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A lovely TripAdvisor review from one of our recent guests!

http://ow.ly/2rEs30bMwsQ
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Inviting, isn't it? We're so lucky to have this peace and tranquillity. Come and treat yourself to a bit of luxury on #Iona.

http://www.ardoranhouse.co.uk/
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A sweet story from nearby #IsleofMull: "Cheviot sheep Sister turned 20 recently – making her one of the oldest sheep in Britain - and her owners threw her a bash to mark the occasion."

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/scotland-now/happy-birthday-ewe--oap-10200568

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Fancy a quick dip? This beautiful beach is right on our doorstep! #ScottishWonders #VisitIona
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"In 1750, the population of Mull and Iona was 10400 people. By 1830, it had fallen to 2800, where it approximately sits now. The reason for this the decline was the Highland Clearances."
Read more about this tragic period and the #IsleofMull here: here: http://www.ardoranhouse.co.uk/north-west-mull-and-calgary-bay/

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Take advantage of Calmac's great offers for National Ferry Fortnight between 6th-20th May and book a trip to Iona this month! https://www.calmac.co.uk/nff #NFF2017 #TravelTuesday #VisitIona
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How does this sound for Breakfast: Ardoran’s Morning Grill with bacon, Isle of Mull sausages, black pudding & tomato, Potato scones and scrambled, boiled or fried local free range eggs ?

Any takers? Book with us and wake up to this sensational meal. The smell alone will convince you, we promise!
http://www.ardoranhouse.co.uk/breakfast/

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If you're traveling to #Mull for Mull Sportive in June, book a relaxing few days with us on #Iona after all that hard work. You'll have earned it!

http://www.ardoranhouse.co.uk/

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'Award-winning Mull Eagle Watch Tourism project allows people to view the rare birds without disturbing the nests during the vital breeding season.'

https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/islands/1217155/better-late-than-never-for-breeding-sea-eagles/
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