Linndhu can offer a choice of five Guest Bedrooms all featuring en-suite facilities. Each room is equipped with TV/DVD, Ethernet connection and Tea/Coffee making facilities as standard. Our guests can relax in the comfort of their room or may wish to spend time in the first floor library where there is a choice of books, games and DVD’s. All our rooms, with the exception of the Allan Room, are available with a super king bed or twin beds.
Wherever you choose to relax you will find a friendly and welcoming atmosphere to help you enjoy your stay with us.
You will find an information booklet and a breakfast menu in your room and a choice of books, games and DVDs are available in the library.
The Allan Room
This is the largest of our first floor luxury rooms and bears the name of the Scottish shipping magnate whose family built and lived in Linndhu from the early 1900s. Double aspect with a large bay window the guest is provided with a sweeping panorama of the Sound of Mull, the hills of Ardnamurchan and the extensive grounds of the house.
This room is situated on the first floor and again has a double aspect so is large and bright with views out over the south facing gardens and down towards the river. Fine Scots pine, ancient oaks, glorious silver birch and Japanese Maples sit proudly in the grounds and hint at a glorious past that experimented with the imports of 19th century plant hunters.
The Fishing room
Linndhu has its own trout stream running through the grounds towards the spectacular waterfall in Aros Park. This room was where the Edwardian owners kept their fly rods and catch records and is a nod back to those days.
This first floor room can be made up as a twin or a Super King. The name comes from the impressive and beautiful mountain which fills the view from the window.
The Aros Room
Named after the beautiful Aros Park which once formed the grounds to Aros House Estate and was the former grand home of the Allan Family. Why not take some time to wander along the paths and trails within the park, by the lily
covered lochan and the coastal paths to Tobermory.