Situated on the Northern tip of the Isle of Mull near Tobermory, Glengorm Castle overlooks the Atlantic and has views over 60 miles to the Outer Hebrides and Islands of Uist, Rhum and Canna. The Castle was built in 1860 and sits at the headland of Glengorm's vast area of coastline, forestry, lochs and hills. Glengorm truly stands apart from the surrounding Western Isles, already known for their dramatic scenery, due to its tranquillity and sheer natural beauty.
Glengorm's self-catering accommodation caters for most tastes, from the luxury of the Steadings flat to the tranquillity of Cnoc Fuar overlooking the heather. There is one flat in the castle, one flat by the coffee shop and six cottages on the estate. With the exception of the Steadings flat, dogs and children are welcome.
The castle is occupied throughout the year by the proprietors and their children. All the flats and cottages are comfortably furnished and well equipped and every effort is made to maintain high standards. All cottages and flats have electric convector heaters in all the rooms. The estate will provide fire wood for open fires.
THE TERRACE FLAT (sleeps 6) 1 double bedroom, 2 twin bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, bathroom and shower, kitchen, log/tackle room with second WC, washing machine and tumble drier, dish washer, TV, DVD, CD, separate entrance. From £500