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Isle of Mull unveils Wilderness Spa

This private spa retreat offers guests an outdoor hot tub, bucket shower and day beds, as well as the sauna and dry robes during their experience.

Isle of Mull Hotel and Spa has opened its new Wilderness Spa following the launch of the Driftwood Spa last summer.

This marks the completion of a £1m investment in the hotel’s spa facilities, in addition to an initial £3m refurbishment of the wider Crerar Hotels property.

This private spa retreat offers guests an outdoor hot tub, bucket shower and day beds, as well as the sauna and dry robes during their experience.

A wilderness hut completes the new offering, where guests can “go for shelter, to read and relax in the middle of nature or simply soak up the views and sounds of the island from the lookout window”.

John De Villiers, general manager, said: “The Wilderness Spa concludes the investment and refurbishment of the Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa, which is perfect timing for the upcoming summer season.We are proud to be able to offer a private sanctuary for those looking to drift away and truly relax and rejuvenate whilst staying with us.

“Guests will be surrounded by nature whilst being able to admire the stunning views across Craignure Bay, before taking advantage of the new Thermal Experience and cosy snug. Its completion really cements our place as an idyllic, coastal spa retreat.”

Founded by Paddy Crerar CBE, Crerar Hotels’ collection of seven four-star and five-star properties in Scotland includes five luxury hotels and two inns. The portfolio includes: Loch Fyne Hotel and Spa, Thainstone House, Oban Bay Hotel, Isle of Mull Hotel and Spa, Golf View, The Glencoe Inn, and Deeside Inn.

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