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We had a lovely stay at Glengorm Castle. We were well looked after and breakfast was delicious. Room was large and very clean and comfortable. Anyone visiting will need a car as there is a fair drive through the estate to the Castle. But beware!...More
We only stayed for one night (too short) but were in the Tower rooms which were pretty special. We loved the views and open fires, made the slightly scary single track journey there worthwhile. The castle and grounds are fantastic, breakfast tasty and varied. We...More
We stayed one night here as part of a tour of Scotland and it was a wonderful experience. We felt very welcome. The setting is lovely, with stunning views and our room was delightful. The food from the coffee shop in the grounds was lovely...More
Wonderful castle, room so so so nice and a stunning view (even if we had quite a bad weather)!
Very welcoming, excellent breakfast with great view.
Gardens and land to explore with plenty of wild life (seal, deers...) and cattle (highland cows and sheep)
Arrived along a long track, in a Scottish mist that soon cleared revealing a stunning view across fields and cliffs to the sea.
Glengorm is a Castle, but also a home, with a warm, friendly feeling. It has an ageing, authentic charm with a touch...More
I can't tell you anything about Laorin, but both the bedroom and the bathroom in Mingary were huge. The bedroom had double aspect windows looking out to the coast and beyond with a further window in the bathroom... More
I can't tell you anything about Laorin, but both the bedroom and the bathroom in Mingary were huge. The bedroom had double aspect windows looking out to the coast and beyond with a further window in the bathroom. The room was fine but as I said in my review, it was a shame none of the occasional seating in the bedroom allowed us to enjoy the views without shunting furniture aound. Maybe a few questions of the hotel will tell you if Laorin offers any advantage. If you're looking for the full baronial Scottish castle experience, this property won't disappoint, but I found the views from the Western Isles hotel (and especially the Tobermory room) to be infinitely more interesting. Hope this helps?