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.
As the house sleeps up to 14 and has large entertaining spaces it is the ideal place to gather large families and friends. Its stunning location with beautiful beaches and sea on its doorstep as well as the countryside means it is also ideal for people who love the outdoors.
Torloisk House is rich in history and ancient charm having its own unique heritage and soul. It boasts a mix of classical air with country house charm and is full of antique furnishings. The age and character of the house does mean it has certain limitations with regards to modern amenities such as heating and hot water. There are 4 baths and one shower room. Broadband and mobile phone reception are very limited in the house. We hope this helps you switch off from the busy world and live more like the generations who have loved the house over the centuries.