Glenegadale House is in a coastal position on the Isle of Islay, situated midway between Bowmore and Port Ellen.. Islay is the fifth largest Scottish Island and has evidence of settlement dating back 1000's of years. Lovers of whisky will particularly enjoy this Island with 8 working distilleries producing some of the finest malts , whilst the nature lover takes enjoyment of the breath-taking walks and scenery that it has to offer.
This grand house is set in a prominent position, with uninterrupted views over the Mull of Oa and out to the Atlantic Ocean. The tiny airstrip is close by for those arriving by plane and the ferry terminal is only a short drive. This property boasts four lovely, individually designed, en-suite bedrooms. Sumptuous fabrics, roaring fires and beautiful antiques evoke a sense of luxury and indulgence in both the morning room and the sitting room, solely for guest use. Your hostess is passionate about food and as well as the delicious breakfasts, you can expect a wide choice of home baking, some featuring whisky from the local distilleries. Glenegedale is now licensed and offers a small bar facility for guests. In 2015 Glenegedale was awarded the 2015 AA Breakfast Award and the most Hospitable Bed and Breakfast in the West of Scotland by the prestigious Visit Scotland Thistle awards panel, showing their commitment and passion to providing a personal and memorable experience for every guest.
Glenegadale House would suit those wishing to get away from it all and explore Scotland's beautiful Islands. There is lots to see in Islay itself, but the ferry connections also open up the possibility of day trips to other islands as well as sea tours.
Nearest Town: 4 mile(s) from Port Ellen