We have been to Glaschoille at various times of year, and it is always different and beautiful. The house has plenty of character. There is the stuffed head of a stag in the stairwell, and oil paintings of the family ancestors, and masses of other interesting things on the walls, and lots of books, some of which are relevant to Knoydart, and several board games to play. There is a huge kitchen with a lovely warm rayburn, and a big living room with an open fire and unlimited supplies of firewood, as well as the dining room - also large. The setting is absolutely fantastic. You can look out of the kitchen window and see seals in the sea outside,
Our group of friends had a lovely week doing all sort of different activities (munro bashing, boat trips or gentle strolls for example) on the Knoydart peninsula and meeting up in the evening for dinner. We used Bridget on Knoydart to supply one or two meals, we cooked our own on other nights and we went to the restaurant at Doune on one night. So a variety of culinary experiences.
The house lends itself to a group of friends or a large family staying and if the weather and midges allows you can enjoy sitting outside, eating, drinking and watching the boats and the world going by!
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