We stayed here as a short stay on visiting family Very well equipped and comfortable Very clean Would definitely recommend
A two day visit on the recommendation of my brother, the Estate was his go to ‘happy place’. We have been blessed with amazing weather which we have been able to explore and see in all its glory. Stunning scenery and the most friendly and helpful staff. Would love to come back and visit again and would highly recommend to others.
We found the cottage to be clean and comfortable with a little welcome pack of tea, milk and biscuits to help us overcome the effects of our long car journey( Cambridge). The views in the immediate vicinity and down Loch Aline towards Mull are stunning. Just to be able to walk out of the front door and around the extensive grounds of Ardtornish or up into the surrounding hills is priceless and it reminded us how much we love coming here ( last visited in the mid nineties). Everyone we encountered was friendly and the staff were very helpful and considerate of our needs. All in all a fabulous b...more
5 day stay in early June, travelling by car from Midlothian. Easy to find, good parking space. Cottage prepared & spotless including welcome pack. Everything worked as it should. The utility area was useful for drying. Loved the garden when the weather allowed and the sitting room when it didn’t, watching the birds, the Loch and a visit from a pine marten. The walks round the estate are good. My only issue was the slightly irregular glass in the windows which interfered with use of binoculars & telescope! The information pack is very helpful.
From the moment I arrived,everything was perfect,lovely cosy bunkhouse,my room comfortable and clean,shower great,kitchen well stocked with equipment.There was plenty of help and advice from friendly staff and in a wonderful quiet,unspoilt estate with interesting history and dramatic scenery all to ourselves,we lucky few.
Beautiful cottage on a quiet country estate. River within 30 mtrs for anyone wanting to fish or just admire the scenery. Loch Aline within 5 minute walk from the cottage. Plenty of walks from the front door. Loads of wildlife, inc. seals, otters, buzzards and even a visit from a Pine Marten. Small but very well equipped shop at Lochaline (2.5 miles approx) which you can walk to along the shoreline. You can even watch the local ferry to Mull. The cottage was well equipped. Clean and cosy. A real treat having two bathrooms, one with wet room/shower and one with bath. Estate staff were very frien...more
The South Wing was as stunning as ever and we even had a week of sunshine! Can't wait to return at the next opportunity.
Great location and comfortable home for the week, we have stayed around Lochaline for the last 43 years ,I don't think it could be bettered
Our third time at Ardtornish with a big group of friends. Amazing place for swimming, cycling, walking, sauna-ing, cooking, reading, games and meditation. We all loved it and will be back.
We stayed here as a short stay on visiting family Well equipped and comfortable Very clean Would definitely recommend
Lovely location! Great setting. Flat was great size. Easy to check in a lot of necessities provided!
Comfortable and attractive flat, with very spacious bedrooms in a fantastic location. The kitchen area is quite snug but more than adequate for basic cooking requirements.
Such a lovely spot to watch the stunning nature around your door step. Very special place. Food provided by Whitehouse restaurant very good as was meat bought from the estate office. Thoroughly recommend.
Another wonderful stay at Ardtornish. Lot’s of wildlife and even the weather was good! Staff as always friendly and helpful!
We had a wonderful stay . The cottage was in a lovely out of the way spot next to the river and was very peaceful. The staff on the estate were very helpful.
The Ardtornish Estate is an idyllic location just north of Lochaline. This was our third stay at Ardtornish and our second at the Garden Flat which has views across the Loch over to Mull. The flat itself is spacious with a hint of faded grandeur. The kitchen is the old butler’s pantry and still has its original fittings - simply marvellous.
We had booked this accommodation for a friend's wedding in Lochaline. It was perfect for us, close enough for access to the village and the cottage itself had everything we would need and more. It has a proper homely feel to it.