We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
A magical place to stay ! We booked The Lodge self catering cottage for a week in April. Very cosy with under floor heating and a wood burning stove for the evenings. There are great walks to be had in the 500 acre estate with...More
We stayed for one night in the Crannach room, which looked to have been recently decorated based on the website photo. The bed was comfy and we enjoyed having the tele with cable in the room. The bathroom sink was a misfit though - the...More
My wifes family have been coming to Glengorm for around 30 years and always have a wonderful time! I have been more times than I can remember now and have loved everytime! The grounds are amazing there are walks for all. We stayed in the...More
A great place to stay. Very friendly and inviting. I really enjoyed the smell of a fire burning as we entered the foyer. The breakfast is something I still think about. Keep your eyes open driving in and out we saw an awesome buck running...More
Fantastic 3 days. This place is better than the pictures online. This is a very idyllic west coast cottage. We even saw the Milky Way and watched the northern lights on the first night.
Very comfortable beds, well equipped kitchen (bottled water provided by the...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?