The Macleod Centre is a newer building, and is especially suited to families, young people and people with impaired mobility. It is a spacious and light-filled building, built on two storeys around a grassed play area. The ‘Mac’ as it is known, has shared bedrooms for 5 or 7 people, cleverly designed to give each person space and a sense of privacy as well as community.
A major feature of the building is its impressive, well-equipped craft room where guests are encouraged to explore their creativity. There is a small library and room for relaxation overlooking the lawn. A key experience of the week is the opportunity to gather round the wood-burning stove in the Community Room which is also used for meals and events.
Please note that the MacLeod Centre is currently closed while we refurbish the Abbey Centre. However, we are still running residential programmes at our Camas Centre on Mull, as well as:
Daily services in the Abbey Church from Holy Week onwards
A warm welcome at worship to day visitors and guests staying elsewhere on the island
The full operation of the Community’s shop and Welcome Centre
Three residential retreats based at the St Columba Hotel in Oct 2019 – see here for further details
Current services times can be found here.