• Bed & Breakfast

    The castle offers both bed & breakfast and self-catering accommodation in a truly beautiful setting. Built in 1860, this Scottish castle hotel offers up to zero guests a wonderful place in which to relax across five bedrooms. The interior is very warm and comforting, with log fires throughout.

    Why not enjoy a dram by the fireside whilst watching the sunset in the library? The perfect way to spend an evening at Glengorm!

    Tower Rooms

    Sleeps up to 4 guests

    A spacious two-bedroom apartment situated within the main castle turrets, offering guests a truly unique experience. With two bedrooms and three living rooms, this apartment has ample space for a group of four guests.

    Mingary

    Sleeps up to 2 guests

    Mingary is one of the two largest bedrooms in the castle. It's a north-west-facing room with an en-suite bathroom and dual aspect, ideal for watching sunsets all year round.

    Laorin

    Sleeps up to 2 guests

    Laorin is another one of the two largest bedrooms in the castle. It's a north-east-facing room with an en-suite bathroom. This room looks over the Atlantic and has views east of the forests of Armore and the Sound of Mull.

    Crannach

    Sleeps up to 2 guests

    Crannach is located in the central tower of the castle and is a south-facing bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and shower. It has views overlooking the front lawns and surrounding forests.

    Ardmore

    Sleeps up to 2 guests

    A north-facing room, Ardmore benefits from a canopy bed and an en-suite Victorian bathroom with views across the Atlantic – perfect for watching sunsets in the summer.

    Torr

    Sleeps up to 2 guests

    Torr is a south-facing room that enjoys views over the walled garden and lawns beyond. This room can be configured either as a twin or double and has a private bathroom.

    "We had a very peaceful visit to Glengorm Castle; we were welcomed upon arrival and made to feel right at home. Our comfortable room had beautiful views of the front lawn overlooking the sheep in the meadows and the ocean beyond."

    - Private Castle Guest

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