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Our home and clinic

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My clinic is situated in the house Tigh na Tobrach, which is three quarters of a mile south of the village. From the jetty, take the road past the restaurant and fire station. Roughly half a mile the road takes a right-angled turn to go across the island towards the west side (machair/golf course). Tigh na Tobrach is the fourth house on the left after the turn, halfway up the hill on the left-hand side.

Contact Me

Telephone 01681 700100

E-Mail norman@mitts-iona.com

Norman Young, Tigh na Tobrach, ISLE OF IONA, Argyll, PA76 6SP
How to get to Iona

No Cars are permitted on Iona without a valid permit (only issued under special circumstances). However, bicycles can be rented on the island.

You will first need to make your way to Mull using either of the following routes. Both routes are serviced by Caledonian MacBrayne.
1. Oban to Craignure (Travel time approx 40 mins)
2. Lochalan to Fishnish (Travel time approx 15 mins)
Vehicle and passenger reservations can be made at www.calmac.co.uk (opens in a new window), via email reservations@calmac.co.uk or should you wish to speak with a real person then phone 0800 066 5000 (+44 (0)1475 650 397 if calling from a mobile or from outside the UK).

By Car
On leaving the ferry at Craignure turn left at the end of the jetty and follow the signs to Fionnphort. (approx 30 miles). The road is single track with passing places, please allow plenty of time.
On leaving the ferry at Fishnish turn left at the main road (towards Craignure approx 4 miles) then follow the signs to Fionnphort (approx 30 miles).

By Bus
Once at Craignure you can get the bus to Fionnphort from the ferry terminal (Travel time approx 1 hour 20 minutes). Service Number 496 operated by West Coast Motors www.westcoastmotors.co.uk.

On Reaching Fionnphort by bus/car there is one final ferry journey to the Isle of Iona (approx 10 mins travel time).

All cars should be left in the car parking areas at Fionnphort unless you have a valid permit to use your vehicle on Iona. Free parking is available at the top car park (second left as you enter the village).

On arriving at Iona, turn left and follow the road to the South. Tigh na Tobrach is on the brow of the first rise in the road after it turns to the West, approximately three quarters of a mile from the jetty.

Looking for somewhere to stay on Iona? Visit www.welcometoiona.com for details of B&B's, Hotels etc.

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