Wander through the towering walls of the main courtyard to the front door of the MacDonald Suite, a self-contained apartment in the West Range of the Castle. Step inside and you will find a cosy, beautifully furnished setting completed with an exposed stone fireplace and wood burning stove that few can resist curling up in front of. The hand carved oak staircase leads up to a first-floor bedroom with a king sized antique four poster bed and its own en-suite with a shower over the bath.
The MacIain suite is ideal for those looking for a feast of Georgian extravagance. It’s super-king sized antique four poster bed is the centrepiece of the room, set amongst half-height oak panelling and hand-sewn crewel fabric.
Nestled on the second floor of the Castle’s north range, the MacDougall suite’s hand-sewn crewel fabric lined walls host a beautiful four poster double bed and range of refined antique furniture.
The most interesting feature of this suite however is the en-suite bathroom. It was once part of a secret passageway hiding a tiny chapel, lost within the Castle walls for over 500 years. We’ve brought it up to date since then though – it now features a walk-in rainforest shower, underfloor heating and an opulent William Holland roll top copper bath that’s perfect for unwinding in after a day spent exploring.
Climb our hand-carved staircase to the Castle’s third floor and you will find our McCain suite, ideal for family and friends. Consisting of two rooms, both with king size oak four poster beds, you can take in the stunning views out over the Sound of Mull towards Tobermory either from behind the sash windows or out on your own private terrace.
Lined with Italian marble, the family bathroom features a freestanding shower enclosure and bath for two with windows that make for the perfect stargazing spot.