Innis Choinnich (Scottish Gaelic) is a small grassy island at the entrance of Loch Na Keal, just off the Isle of Mull’s west coast. Lying just south of Ulva, it forms part of the Loch Na Keal National Scenic Area
- Visited by Samuel Johnson and James Boswell during their 1773 tour of the Hebrides, both of whom published accounts of their visit.
- An inhabited island that ‘had no usual residents’ at the 2011 census
- Meaning of the name: Island of Kenneth, follower of St Columba, who is said to have founded a monastery on the island.
- Inch Kenneth, as Iona, has a number of important burials of the Kings of Scotland.
- Area: 55 hectares (0.21 sq miles)
- Height: 49 metres (161 ft)
- Access: Privately owned but accessible by charter boat.
- Latitude: 56°25’59.99″
- Longitude: -6°9’0″