Burg is the ideal place to escape from the cut and thrust of modern life. Located at the western tip of the Ardmeanach peninsula on the island of Mull, the property is recognised as a National Scenic Area and a Special Area of Conservation, but is probably best known for being home to MacCulloch’s fossil tree.
The landscape here is one of dramatic contrasts, with steep and rocky upland, grassy lowlands and wild coastline. As well as the fossil tree, there are a number of other volcanic features, and the area is rich in plants and wildlife including species-rich grasslands, waterfalls, golden eagles, feral goats, red deer and rare moths.
Did you know?
As well as golden and sea eagles, a number of smaller birds can be seen at Burg, including wheatears among the rocks, yellowhammers in the trees below the cliffs, and stonechats and cuckoos.