Glenaros Lodge

Aros, Isle of Mull PA72 6JP, Scotland
Country House, In the Country, Near the Sea, Unusual Stays / Bed & Breakfast
4 Guests
2 Bedrooms

Elegant Hebridean hideaway on the Isle of Mull

Glenaros Lodge is a luxury B&B in a Victorian villa with two guest bedrooms, a sitting room, and four acres of deer-fenced grounds: the atmosphere is more of a family home than a commercial operation.

Glenaros Lodge advertises just two guest bedrooms; a large king-sized double with ensuite rainfall shower and roll top bath and a twin room with a recently refurbished private bathroom. A third small double with antique bed can share the private bathroom with the twin: ideal for families or friends travelling together. All rooms are beautifully appointed with antique furnishings, original art works and comfortable beds. There are no TVs or trouser presses but plenty of reading matter and the sitting room, with a wood-burning stove for cooler nights, has plenty of games including a set of Lewis chess men.

Views from the breakfast room are spectacular, across the bay to Aros Castle and the Sound of Mull. Cooked breakfasts are provided using local ingredients where available as you drink in the sight of a tidal bay that constantly changes, to the delight of the resident wildlife. Outside there are four acres of gardens and grounds, fenced against deer and with countless viewpoints and sitting areas. Footpaths lead to a secluded nearby beach, Aros Castle, a nearby hill fort and Salen village.

Glenaros Lodge is fully registered under Scotland’s new regulations (AR58) but the atmosphere is more that of a family home than hotel. There’s a large drying room that you’re welcome to use, secure bike storage, a car charger, loads of parking, and more. Evening meals are not routinely on offer but they may occasionally be available, especially for whole-house bookings. Pets, apart from guide dogs, are sadly not allowed, but children of a responsible age are welcome: just call ahead to make arrangements. Glenaros Lodge only opened as a B&B in May 2024 and is already attacting glowing reviews: just book in, relax, and make yourself at home.

Glenaros Lodge B&B suggests:

Fae Cameron is an accomplished artist, and the Isle of Mull impossibly beautiful. This makes Glenaros Lodge a natural venue to host a residential painting course. Art tuition may be available, but call to confirm before you pack your paints.


Lodge Facilities

  • Children by Arrangement
  • Dinner by Arrangement
  • Electric Vehicle Charger
  • Free off-street parking
  • Free Wifi
  • Garden

Local Amenities

  • Beaches
  • Bird Watching
  • Cycling
  • Distillery/Brewery
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Museums & Galleries
  • Nature Reserve, Wildlife Park/Area
  • Places of Historical Interest
  • Sailing
  • Theatre
  • Walking
  • Water Activities
  • Wild Swimming



Price per room per night, based on two sharing including breakfast

£150 - £180

Minimum two-night stay, no single-guest discount

Dinner from £25 per person


Given it's remoteness, getting to Mull is surprisingly easy. With a car the usual route is by ferry from Oban which only takes 45 minutes but reservations are recommended. There are quicker ferries from Lochaline and Kilchoan where you just turn up at the port. There is car hire on the island, some taxis and an island bus service. Once at Glenaros Lodge you're well placed to take trips to Staffa, Fingals Cave or Iona. Whale watching trips head out to sea - with a very good chance of spotting puffins - while quieter excursions to the colourful fishermen's dwellings at Tobermoray.


"I recently stayed here while working on Mull. The owners were so kind and welcoming, always attentive to anything I might need during my stay, even offering me a beer in the evenings. The shower was excellent, the bed was very comfortable,the house and gardens were beautifully decorated and cared for, the views were stunning and the location was very handy for getting to Salen or Tobermory. I hope to stay there again in the future."
Eldredd Chester, June 2024

Fae and Marcus Cameron

Fae and Marcus Cameron

  • Bio : Your hosts here are Fae and Marcus Cameron. Fae grew up on Mull, helping to run her parents' award-winning hotel, while Marcus trained in hotel management before working in the charity sector for most of his career. Fae is an accomplished artist and may be persuaded to add art tuition to enhance your stay. Glenaros Lodge is very much a family home that has newly opened as a B&B and the welcome is fresh and genuine.

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Glenaros Lodge

Aros, Isle of Mull PA72 6JP, Scotland
  • 2
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  • Bed & Breakfast

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