Eighteenth century home of the Maxwells of Monreith, who have lived here continuously for over 500 years. Naturalist and author Gavin Maxwell found inspiration whilst living in Monreith house, prior to writing “Ring of Bright Water” and other books.
This fine mansion house stands in extensive grounds, overlooking the White Loch of Myrton, is only one mile from the harbour village of Port William and is surrounded by the arboretum and woodlands, much of which was planted in the nineteenth century by Sir Herbert Maxwell, a well known gardener and prolific author.
The apartments are let on a self catering basis, with all linen supplied and changed weekly. We can also supply staff (e.g. chef, cook, domestics, chauffeur etc) if required to meet your needs.
The Lairds Apartment covers the whole of the first floor and includes kitchen, dining room seating 14, sitting room, bathroom, four poster en suite bedroom, en suite family room and three further bedrooms, sleeping a total of 12 people.
On the second floor are a further 3 apartments
Captains Apartment – double bedroom with single, twin bedroom, bow windowed large living room with kitchen, bathroom and shower room.
Garden Apartment - 2 twin bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and living room.
Nursery Apartment– double bedroom, bathroom, living room with kitchen.
All apartments have their own central heating, colour digital TV and well equipped kitchen. There are superb views from all apartments. The snooker room, with full size table, library, dining room, and card room are open to guests to soak up the historic and cultural atmosphere of this important country house.
As we appreciate that everyone’s requirements differ, we will be delighted to help you plan your stay with us. Please contact us for details of tariffs and arrangements that can be made for group bookings.
If you can't find what you are looking for on the site, or if you simply have a general enquiry, please contact us using our easy to use enquiry form.
Archaeology, Standing Stones, Iron Age Fort, early Christian sites and much more. Port William is central to many visitor attractions. (more)
THINGS TO SEE AND DO
Cycling, hill walking, fishing, gardens, golf courses, horse riding and pony trekking, bird-watching, bingo, loch, river and sea angling and bridge club...something for all ages and interests. (More)
Self catering cottage holidays, caravan parks and camping, guest house/bed and breakfast's and hotels. Plenty of choice to suit all budgets. (More)
Whether it's provisions for your stay or a gift to take back home, you'll always receive a friendly welcome and good service from all local shops and businesses. (More)
Where is Port William? Local maps, travel links and directions to Port William. (More)