Glenaros House,
Salen, Isle of Mull
The principal house of the Glenaros Estate, this large and richly characterful property has excellent views over estate woodland towards the sea at the Sound of Mull and the hills of Morvern. This house gives you a glimpse into times gone by with fine furniture and family portraits and has been in the same ownership since 1865.
Glenaros house is surrounded by sweeping countryside and although quite secluded and private the small village of Salen is only 20 minute walk along the coast road, where you may see otters and seals on the rocks,  and where you will find, restaurant, hotel and well stocked shop
Situated centrally on the island so ideal for exploring both the South and North areas of Mull.  Perfect for or birdwatching, photography or walking or just relaxing and looking out to sea.

Sleeps 10 people
Tariff: £895- £1250 per week
Friday - Friday
Island Holiday Cottages
Baliscate House, Tobermory
Isle of Mull, PA75 6QA

Tel: 01688 302251

Availability Nov 2017 - Dec 2017

July Aug Sept Oct 6 Nov 3 Dec 1
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July Aug Sept Oct 13 Nov 10 Dec 8
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July Aug Sept Oct 20 Nov 17 Dec 15
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July Aug Sept Oct 27 Nov 24 Dec 22
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Location: 10 minutes walk from shore - 20 mins walk to shops -   Beautiful sea views across the sound of Mull to the Morvern hills

Garden: Garden area and flower beds, Patio table and chairs, lawned areas.

Heating: Oil central heating -    - Electricity included in price Open fire logs and kindling provided for your arrival,  extra can be bought locally

Kitchen:  Aga, convential cooker,  fridge freezer, dishwasher ,microwave, kettle, toaster, hoover, Separate Utility Room with washing machine, tumble dryer, iron & ironing board and sink
Conservatory leading off kitchen with breakfast table
Lounge:  small sitting room ground floor, and large lounge on first floor  TV,DVD,Freesat, -  Free Wifi 
Dining Room: Large formal dining room which table seating 10 comfortably.
Bedrooms: 2 doubles 3 twin upstairs  
Bathrooms:  2  bathrooms 1 with with shower over bath
Other facilities:  Cot and high chair provided
Additional Information:  Ample parking for 4 cars, Private  water supply,  -   Linen provided   -  Towels provided  -    Pets allowed maximum 3 dogs   No smoking

Availability January 2018 - June 2018

JANUARY 2018 FEBRUARY 2018 MARCH 2018 APRIL 2018 MAY 2018 JUNE 2018
Jan 5th Feb 2nd Mar 2rd Apr 6th May 4th Jun 1st
£895 £895 £895 £895 £950 £1050
Jan 12th Feb 9th Mar 9th Apr 13th May 11th Jun 8th
£895 £895 £895 £895 Booked £1050
Jan 19th Feb 16th Mar 16th Apr 20th May 18th Jun 15th
£895 £895 £895 £895 £950 £1050
Jan 26th Feb 23th Mar 23th Apr 27th May 25th Jun 22nd
£895 £895 £895 £895 £1150 £1050
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Availability July 2018 - December 2018

July 6th Aug 3rd Sept 7th Oct 5th Nov 2nd Dec 7th
£1195 Booked £950 Booked £895 £895
July 13th Aug 10th Sept 14th Oct 12th Nov 9th Dec 14th
Booked £1195 £950 £410 3 nights fr 16th £895 £895
July 20th Aug 17th Sept 21st Oct 19th Nov 16th Dec 21st
£1195 Booked £950 £950 £895 £1250
July 27th Aug 24th Sept 28th Oct 26th Nov 23rd Dec 28th
£1195 Booked £950 £950 £895 £1250
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History of Glenaros House

Glenaros Estate, known formerly as Achadashenaig has been in the current family’s ownership since 1865.
Glenaros House is the principal house of the Glenaros Estate.
A short walk from Glenaros house you will find

Cnoc na Sroine Dun

The conspicuous remains of this dun lie at the head of the valley of the Allt a’ Chaisteil, about 950 m south of Glenaros House.  It is sited on a rocky outcrop and can be accessed from the south west over rocky ground.  The ground falls steeply away on the north-east side.
It is oval in plan.  The wall is 3 m thick and considerable stretches of the inner and outer faces remain.  The best preserved section of the outer face is on the south side, where it stands 1.6 m high and slopes inwards as it gains height.  The entrance is about 1.8 m wide and is on the WSW side.  The inner court measures 28 m by 19 m.
South west of the dun the rocky shelf is bordered by the remains of a dry-stone wall which, it is suggested, was an outwork.