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We spent two nights at Glengorm in May. We had a lovely room with an amazing view. It takes about 15/20 minutes to reach the hotel from Tobermory but it's worth the trip. Unfortunately they don't serve dinner which is a shame as, once you...More
What a great place to stay - it was like being a house guest in a Scottish Baronial Castle Our room didnt have a seaview and next time I will pay more to have one but bed very comfortable and a bath you could almost...More
This out of the way Castle, accessible by way of a 4 mile one lane road, is well worth the drive. First, the island of Mull is reached by ferry and, if you do not make reservations ahead of time (like I failed to do)...More
My wife and I had a Laorin room with incredible views of the sea and the surrounding sheep farm. The room was very large and beautifully furnished. The castle is gorgeous and the breakfast room and library with free Scotch are incredible. The breakfast is...More
When I first arrived I was very struck by the remoteness of the hotel. Its around 4-5 miles from Tobermory town via a small single track road. My car has very low profile tires and as there were a lot of potholes in the approach...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?