Stunning scenery on Loch Nevis, this house ouses character. Logs and Land Rover were provided. Great kitchen, loved the fireplace in the front room Also did all my laundry.
Great location for walking, would definitely return
Just stayed at Glaschoille, we came as the winter snow began to fall turning the Knoydart Peninsular into a winter wonderland. The House was snug and the log fire kept the winter wind at bay. We awoke on our second morning to a blanket of fresh snow covering the ground giving a truly inspirational view from the House. Do your best to come here in the winter it is just as if not more beautiful than in the Summer.
The Barrett family have been coming annually to Glaschoile for the last 20 years. From the moment you step on the Western Isles ferry from Mallaig you feel totally relaxed. It is truly a magical place. The house is very comfortable. Aga in the kitchen, log fire with endless wood supply to sit around playing board games and cards, drinking a dram. Loads of hot water to soak in baths after a long days walking. The children spend hours on the beach whilst the adults sit on the lawn eating afternoon tea. I would highly recommend Glaschoile to anyone who loves to chill with friends and family and who want to escape the hustle and stress of every day life.
Spent 2 lovely holidays at this warm and comfortable lodge in an unsurpassed location on Knoydart. We enjoyed the plentiful hot water, cosy kitchen and elegant sitting room with an open fire. It is perfect for any watersport enthusiast - we loved kayaking along the shoreline, although some of us relished a more challenging windsurfing expedition. There are also excellent opportunities for gathering all kinds of shellfish at low tide. Brilliant fun biking along the (almost) car-free road towards the Sound of Sleat and Skye. Spectacular!
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,