Lovely room! There’s a separate bathroom that might be inconvenient for some people (you walk a short way down the communal hallway) but it’s a wonderful place to stay and the breakfast is the best I’ve ever had!
Having experienced Glengorm Castle in October of last year we couldn’t wait to return in July 2021. The Laorin is an outstanding bedroom with magnificent sea views. The staff are both welcoming and outstanding at what they do. We will definitely be back.
Fantastic stay , lovely place ,rooms Fantastic, breakfast very good especially the kippers , eggs done to perfection, highly recommended, live like Lord and lady ,value for money, oh yes
Felt very privileged to be staying in the Tower apartment. Enjoyed the houses breakfast although the porridge was not good. Obviously previously prepared well in advance maybe came out of freezer. Glengorm is a beautiful spot and we enjoyed the local walks but would have appreciated maybe a little signposting.
They say a man's home is a castle and for this family and property, nothing could be further from the truth! Glengorm is obviously cared for and loved by the family who owns it! Our stay felt homey and cozy! Our room and bathroom were wonderful! The grounds and walks were just what we were hoping for in Scotland! We would love to spend more time there and will definitely be back!
Glengorm is in an unbeatable location close to the sea, with wonderful views to Ardnamurchan, Rum and Coll. We very much enjoyed the freedom to roam freely throughout the estate. The quality of the accommodation is first-class. We were impressed by the investment in high-quality towels and bed-linen, which were luxurious. Breakfast offered a superb array of choices using local produce, and everything was very well-cooked. The coffee shop is a terrific bonus and meant that The owner, Marjorie, was charming and helpful, and her staff were very friendly and efficient.
We have stayed here before and it is still a great cottage in a good location. The wifi password is on the router behind the TV..
The Steadings is situated on top of a coffee shop, the description of the property is very misleading -it states the coffee shop is nearby. During the coffee shops opening hours there is constant noise of customers and the only way to have privacy is to shut the blinds- not the reason we chose to stay in beautiful remote accommodation. Otherwise the flat is completely as described, very comfortable, well equipped, amazing surroundings ( note no view from flat) We enjoyed the facilities , whisky in the castle was appreciated. we are sad to leave a negative review but the description of t...more
Excellent clean comfortable self catering castle accommodation with stunning Atlantic views - wonderful sunsets ! Everything you need provided for and dog friendly Lovely coffee shop and gardens with lots to explore No hesitation in recommending!
It was good to be back after not being able to visit in 2020 and good to see that some things haven't changed! Our stay at Dunara was just as good as ever and Tobermory was just as peaceful. Glengorm had a good COVID cleanliness regime. We saw a lot more wildlife during this visit to Mull than previously - otters, seals, a white-tailed eagle, golden eagle, red deer, mountain hare, an adder and even a baby hedgehog (all either on the Glengorm estate or off the Glengorn coast) so the wildlife seems to have benefitted from fewer visitors. Weather was ideal for walking during our stay and w...more
We enjoyed our stay at the Lodge very much, with stunning views from the castle towards Ardnamurchan and the island of Coll, and the Cuillins in the far distance. The Lodge provided very comfortable accommodation and the Glengorm coffee shop was excellent for lunches and some provisions. Internet access was not available, a bit frustrating, but 4G could be obtained from the castle. A dishwasher would be a nice addition, and cutlery and china were in short supply for a family of four.
If you want easy access to wide open spaces and the most amazing scenery, get away from people and close to nature, and have a cosy, comfortable cottage to come back to each evening - Cnoc Fuar fits the bill. We've stayed here on several occasions previously for exactly this reason so we’re hugely impressed by the total refurbishment the cottage has undergone - and really grateful to have the enclosed garden for our dogs. The cottage has everything you need, is cosy and warm and the large bed comfortably on a par with what you'd get at an expensive hotel. My 6'4” husband loved the fact his fee...more
Glorious location, off the beaten track but not that far from civilisation if you need it. Cottage was well fitted out for self catering, with plenty of room. Livestock in surrounding fields so be aware if you are taking dogs. Would improve by mending sash windows, 5 bar gate to cottage needs attention and the guestbook needs updating as some of the details are out of date, i.e. footbridge in the bluebell wood has been repaired, this might put some people off this beautiful walk, no need to jump the stream!