Glenborrodale Castle, Glenborrodale, Acharacle, Highland, PH36 4JP

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  • Detached
  • Highland
  • 16 bedrooms
  • 3 public rooms
  • 16 bathrooms

An A listed Scots baronial mansion in grounds of about 132.99 acres including the Isle of Risga, with panoramic views over Loch Sunart and the Isles of Carna and Oronsay.

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Glenborrodale Castle dates from 1902 and is a five storey Scots Baronial mansion built of red Dumfriesshire sandstone. On its south front the ground floor is high above ground level and opens onto a balustrade terrace. Curved flights of stairs descend to further garden terraces. The Castle itself dominates the steep south facing hillside which overlooks Loch Sunart. The panoramic view takes in the islands of Risga, Carna and Oronsay and the Morven Hills on the far North side of the loch.

Additional buildings include a Gate Lodge, detached Coach House, Gym, Boathouse and jetty.

The grounds of the Castle extend to about 132.99 acres (53.82ha) and include the Isle of Risga and Eilean an Feidh.

Glenborrodale Castle is situated on the southern shore of the picturesque Ardnamurchan Peninsula. The area offers some of the most outstanding coast line scenery together with an abundance of wildlife. Otters, seals, porpoises, deer, golden and white-tailed eagles and a wide range of other birdlife are frequently seen from the property. Sailing, angling, kayaking and whale watching are just some of the activities you can enjoy. Local amenities are available in the nearby villages of Salen and Acharacle including a primary school, doctor, dentist, shops and hotels.

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From the A82 travelling north towards Fort William, cross to the Ardnamurchan Peninsula via the Corran Ferry and after disembarking turn left onto the A861 and follow the road for 24.1 miles. Turn left at Salen, signposted for Glenborrodale and continue for a further 7 miles. The entrance to Glenborrodale Castle is on the right accessed through wrought iron gates.

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