Congratulations on winning Highlands & Islands Tourism Award for Most Hospitable B&B Guesthouse (November 2019)…and then they did it – they are Winners of the National Thistle Awards for most Hospitable Guest House 2020 and very worthy winners they are too!
Islay is famed for its whiskies but also home to glorious beaches and wonderful wildlife. Gently undulating it is an easy isle to explore and this is where to stay! This fabulous guest house belongs to Graeme and Emma who will warmly welcome you to the AA Five Star Gold award Glenegedale House.
Emma has just been awarded Tourism and Hospitality Hero at Highlands & Islands Tourism Awards 2018/19 and a Nominee in the Scottish Rural Awards 2019 and Top 100 Women in Tourism 2020.
With stunning views over Mull of Oa and out to the Atlantic, they have four individually designed en suite bedrooms, roaring fires and a real sense of indulgence. Service is paramount here and you will receive wonderful highland hospitality. The perfect place to stay whilst exploring the breathtaking landscape of Islay – including its plentiful world famous whisky distilleries of course!
Thistle Award Winner for the Most Hospitable Bed and Breakfast in the West of Scotland and AA Breakfast Award. Graeme and Emma have a commitment and passion to using locally sourced products and ingredients and their breakfasts are surely an award-winning start to you day!
They are also gaining an incredible reputation for their superb breakfasts, morning muffins, fabulous bakes for welcoming guests and magnificent evening charcuterie and seafood platters. This is the place to stay on Islay and you will have an absolutely wonderful time!
Glenegedale House also has a fascinating history: it is where the very first Land Rover was launched to the world after the prototype being with the Laggan estate gamekeeper for a year as Glenegedale was owned by the Wilks family. Yes really…on Islay!!
Many congratulations Emma on your latest award.