Inspired by the owner's quarters at the original MacTavish Inn, the MacDonald Suite is the master suite at Glenlaurel. Located on the second floor of the Manor House, the suite features two rooms, each of which offers sweeping southerly views of the wedding garden and grand deck. The master bedroom features a romantic four poster canopied bed, a walk-in closet, an en-suite oak-floored bathroom with shower and two-person whirlpool tub, luxury bathrobes and deluxe bath products. A combination living and dining room offers floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the room with natural light, two plush lounge chairs, a cozy gas log fireplace, and a small balcony with lovely views. Additional amenities include a beverage center with homemade cookies and drinks, flat screen television with DVD player, CD player with CDs, coffee maker with complimentary teas and coffee, telephone, iron and ironing board, hair dryer and central climate control.
Taking luxury to new heights, the MacKenzie Royal Suite boasts rooms that exude a royal charm. Located on the second floor of the Manor House, the luxurious MacKenzie Royal Suite is decorated in dark oak and rich fabrics and features a comfortable sitting area with a cozy corner nook with an armchair for reading, a quaint writing desk and large windows with beautiful views. The suite has a canopied queen-size bed in plush linens and en-suite bathroom with a two-person whirlpool tub, shower, and bidet. Bespoke bathrobes and deluxe bath products add a special touch. Additional amenities in the MacKenzie Royal Suite include a beverage center with homemade cookies and drinks, flat screen television with DVD player, CD player with CDs, coffee maker with complimentary teas and coffee, telephone, iron and ironing board, hair dryer and central climate control.
For added levels of exclusivity and privacy, Glenlaurel offers charming chalets, cottages, and crofts, which are smaller versions of a cottage. Glenlaurel offers guests a choice of three West Crofts overlooking Bannock Burn Ravine, and four East Crofts looking down on the Camusfearna Gorge.
Both the East and West Crofts are a short walk from the Manor House and feature spacious bedrooms with queen or king-sized sleigh beds, private en-suite bathrooms with double showers, soaking bathtubs, luxury bathrobes, and deluxe bath products. Handsome living rooms offer cozy stone fireplaces, comfortable sofas, and state-of-the-art entertainment centers with flat screen televisions, Blu-Ray players, and CD players. Small kitchenettes have all the appliances and utensils needed for comfortable vacation living, including a microwave, fridge, toaster and coffee maker and a beverage center which is stocked with homemade cookies and drinks. Large sliding doors open onto peaceful screened porches and private decks with romantic hot tubs.
Cabins and cottages are individually decorated and themed after several of Scotland’s prominent personalities. These homely cottages and cabins feature spacious living rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows that behold beautiful views, massive stone fireplaces and cozy Franklin stoves, plush sofas and quiet reading nooks. The bedroom has a king sleigh bed in luxurious linens, an entertainment center with a flat-screen television and Blu-Ray player and an en-suite bathroom enjoys an ample dressing room, double vanities, double shower and soaking bathtub. A small kitchenette boasts an intimate table for two and all the appliances needed for stress-free vacation living and double French doors open onto a private deck and garden with double hammock and lounge chairs
The MacIntosh Cottage is named after world-renowned Glasgow-born architect and designer, Charles Rennie MacIntosh and is decorated in rich, dark timber with two gas log fireplaces while the MacKay Cottage is named for the MacKay clan, famed for introducing golf to Scotland. The MacLeod Cottage is named after and honors the MacLeod clan, which is best known for promoting bagpipe music in Scotland, and the MacTavish Cottage embodies the enchanted legend that Ceymus MacTavish was the Laird of the original Glenlaurel estate some 300 years ago. The Muir Cottage is named after pre-eminent naturalist John Muir while the Wallace Cottage takes the name of the famous HighlanderWilliam Wallace of Braveheart and represents the extreme warriorhood that is the center of Scottish history.