Glengorm Castle is almost too good to be true. Seeing it as you approach from Tobermory, four miles away, it is like something out of a fairytale. Mull is one of Scotland's most romantic islands, and the northernmost tip is set off beautifully by this magical castle.
There are six holiday cottages within the grounds or on the estate, plus a flat above the coffee shop and, in the castle itself, one apartment.
The castle apartment (the Terrace Flat) sleeps 6 in a double and two twins; the Steadings Flat (above the coffee shop) sleeps 2 in a super-king-size double; Cnoc Fuar, a small detached castle in the grounds, sleeps 4 in a double and a double-bunk bedroom; Lephin Cottage, another small cottage in the grounds, sleeps 5 in two doubles and a single loft bedroom.
The Lodge - the former estate post office, situated at the castle gates and with its own garden - sleeps 4 in a double a twin; Dunara also sleeps 2 in a double; the two, adjoining Sorne Cottages each sleep 6: they were once part of the estate school.