A north facing bay on the Ross of Mull; a home and place of work with a varied history.
Two hundred year old quarry workers’ cottages, built from the same pink granite as would be used to construct Skerryvore lighthouse by the Stevenson engineers. Then salmon fishing station, landing a haul unimaginable today. A place that captured the imagination of George Macleod, Govan minister seeking a place where theological discussion and physical work could go hand in hand. Recently celebrating 70 years of youth work ‘down the track’ supported by the Iona Community, from the days of ‘Borstal boys’ to the present day youth groups coming for adventure, reflection and community.