Drimnin House accommodation is on three floors and comprises of eight superking/king/double/twin bedrooms, six bathrooms, two cloakrooms, entrance hall, formal dining and drawing rooms, breakfast room, TV room with convertible sofa bed use if required, library, billiards room, boot room, large traditional kitchen and an additional smaller guest kitchen plus other utility areas and space to relax including a small conservatory which enjoys the morning sun and a large first floor landing with comfortable sofas.
Sleeps: 2 | Bedrooms: 1 | Pets: Yes
This traditional gate lodge is detached and occupies a secluded position in ancient Caledonian Oak woods on the private estate road, looking across to the Sound of Mull. The Lodge was originally built in 1840 but by 2000 had become a roofless ruin. Now restored, it accommodates up to two people in comfort, with all modern conveniences. A perfect romantic retreat for couples or hideaway for one.
Sleeps: 4 | Bedrooms: 2 | Pets: Yes
Ena’s cottage is a charming nineteenth century, two storey cottage attached to Drimnin House. On the ground floor there is a comfortable living room with wood-burning stove (logs are provided) flat screen (Free-sat) TV with DVD player, hi-fi system and dining area. The separate kitchen is well-equipped and has an electric cooker, fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine and dining table.
Sleeps: 6 | Bedrooms: 3 | Pets: Yes
Achleanan Farmhouse is the largest of the holiday cottages on the Estate. Used until 2002 for sheep shearing, this former farmhouse was restored in 2003 and sits alone 500 feet above the Sound of Mull with magnificent sea views to Mull and the Atlantic Ocean. Achleanan has great facilities and offers the perfect place for a family holiday. The spacious accommodation includes a pine-panelled sitting room with a wood burning stove (logs are provided) flat screen TV with DVD, hi-fi system and comfortable sofas to relax into after long days out exploring the 7,000 acre estate!