Glenreasdale House is a spacious, light and airy Arts and Crafts house built in 1907 by Peter J. Mackie founder of White Horse Whisky. The original house was subdivided into four huge sections seventy years ago, now Karen lives in the centre section with the tower and the walled garden. Overlooking West Loch Tarbert and in a secret location up an old farm lane in Kintyre, it is secluded but not remote.

Surrounded by stunning and inspring scenery; rocky and rugged shores or soft and rolling hills, the area has been a mecca for artists for centuries; the `Glasgow Boys’, the ‘Glasgow Girls’, and the Scottish Colourists all found inspiration here. Two hours spectacular drive west of Glasgow, Whitehouse is close to the small atmospheric fishing and sailing village of Tarbert, with its pubs and restaurants. The area is renowned for its seafood, local produce and whisky.

Situated between the ferry port of Kennacraig serving Islay and Jura, and Claonaig for the Isle of Arran, the area has a characteristically undulating landscape which creates micro-climates; often when it is raining on the east side of the peninsular it will be bright sun on the west side.


A warm and friendly welcome awaits you !
'Full of beautiful and interesting things, the house and its setting reflect Karen's life long passion for design and architecture.'










Visitors comments :-

'An utterly peaceful ambience.'

'What a Scottish home should
be, with a cosy living kitchen,
a loved place.'

'I can’t wait to come back.'

'I am never disappointed to arrive
here, it is a fun house.'