Built by the Macleans of Torloisk in 1770, Torloisk House is the ancestral home of the Maclean Chieftains of Torloisk and is still home to the Maclean Chieftain today. The charming Georgian house is set in acres of beautiful garden within a private estate on the North West of the Isle of Mull. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and The Hebrides, Torloisk House is where old world grandeur meets the simplicity of nature.
The house boasts a mix of classical air with homely country house charm, so whether you're looking to settle in for a week long stay on a self catered basis, or enjoy a unique short stay with us, join the generations who have lived and loved the house over the centuries.
As COVID-19 continues to have an unprecedented impact on daily lives, we are delighted to let your know that bookings for Normann’s Ruh and Torloisk House are still open.
Due to the latest information on the local lock down and restrictions in Scotland we are unable
to accept more than one household or bubble into either Normann’s Ruh or Torloisk House. If you are booking a short stay at either property we guarantee that you will be the only booking during your holiday, but this means we have had to shut off some of the rooms at Torloisk House to keep the house guests and staff safe.