ROMHC produce a range of publications for sale from our Centre. These can also be sent by mail and are available in local shops.
All our publications are available to purchase in the Centre or via email, listing the books you require and your postal address. Payment can be by BACS, Cheque or Paypal.
Discover the Ross: Explore the Social History, Archaeology, Wildlife and Landscape of the Ross of Mull.
A4 size with 60 glossy pages of information, photographs and detailed maps covering the seven districts of the Ross.
This booklet guides you to the 12th century chapel at Kilvickeon, the ruined village at Shiaba, around Loch Assapol and through some of the best coastal scenery in the Hebrides.
This booklet guides you through Creich district to the north of Fionnphort, including Torr Mor Quarry, the ruined village at Braighcreich and Kintra.
This guide explores the district of Ardtun to the northeast of Bunessan.
This guide explores the district of Bunessan and the ruins of Suidhe township
This guide explores the district of Uisken to the south of Bunessan
This guide explores the district of Ardfenaig & Camas between Bunessan and Fionnphort on the Ross of Mull.
This guide explores the district of Fidden & Poit na h-I to the south of Fionnphort
A fascinating account of Keats’ walk across Mull in 1818, drawn by the romance of Staffa.
Stewart Cameron’s research skills are well used in this definitive work. This is the second edition, updated, but with price held at £30.
These contain information, transcriptions, burial ground plans and a surname index for the following graveyards:
The annual RoMHC calendar contains images from our photographic database and is on sale from November.
Back copies available on request.
The Ross of Mull is an extraordinary microcosm of all that draws visitors to the Hebridean Islands. The scenery, as you travel along the single-track road from the ferry at Craignure is breath-taking. You experience in the many walks in the area a true sense of wilderness; the secret bays with their beaches of silvery sand, the abundance of wildlife and the innumerable marks on the landscape of the lives of past generations and communities long gone. The Ross of Mull is a compelling place for anyone fascinated by history and the ancient way of life of the Gaelic people.
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