Rental Details for Glengorm Castle

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Name
Glengorm Castle
Country
Scotland
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It is now operated as a guest house and wedding venue, with a café and shop in the former stables.
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Glengorm Castle
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  • Glengorm Castle
ConstructedYear
1860
Type
Castle
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Glengorm Castle, also known as Castle Sorn, is a 19th-century country house on the Isle of Mull, Scotland. Located 6 kilometres (3.7mi) northwest of Tobermory, the house is protected as a Category B listed building.

The Mishnish estate was purchased in 1856 by James Forsyth of Quinish. He cleared the existing township of Sorne to make way for the new house, which was completed in 1860. The house was designed by Kinnear and Peddie in a Scots Baronial style. It is now operated as a guest house and wedding venue, with a café and shop in the former stables. The castle is located on a headland and overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. On a clear day the Outer Hebrides and Islands of Uist, Rùm and Canna can be viewed from the castle. It is currently managed by the Nelson family.









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