The Old Byre Cottage is a traditional farm cottage with all modern facilities. It dates back to the 19th century and is situated on a working farm, an easy 15 mins walk from Brodick.
Two bedrooms (twin and double) both with spectacular views to Goatfell and Brodick Castle. Open plan ground floor with well equipped kitchen and relaxing, comfortable lounge area with WiFi, Free-sat TV and DVD. Sun lounge, bathroom with Arran Aromatics products, central heating, private garden with picnic table, private parking. Taste of Arran welcome hamper.
A delightful attractively restored semi-detached cottage. It is at the south end of the island at Shannochie, with a spectacular view of Ailsa Craig and the Firth of Clyde. The property offers generous accommodation, furnished and equipped to a very high standard. There are 2 spacious en-suite bedrooms, a large lounge with adjoining sun lounge. It has a fully equipped dining/kitchen and a third bathroom with shower. The cottage gives access with an easy walk to a sandy beach which is part of the Arran coastal path.
Green Brae is a stylish holiday cottage set in relaxing Blackwaterfoot, on the South West coast of the beautiful Isle of Arran. Beautifully renovated barn conversion, it sleeps 6 guests. Blessed with a sandy beach, famous golf course, lovely views over the hills, amazing wildlife and good amenities, it offers a cosy and Wifi connected island exploration base for keen sportsmen and muddy boots, dogs and families, nature lovers and sunset watchers. Green Brae welcomes two well-behaved dogs. Bed linens and towels are provided for, as well as a travel cot, a baby chair and a stair gate.
Stunning two bed barn conversion, cosy cottage, unique log cabin and comfortable caravan on a working farm located at the peaceful and picturesque south of Arran, very close to the new Lagg distillery. Dog and child friendly with outdoor seating, panoramic sea views, ample parking and storage for bikes Kayaks etc.
An excellent base for exploring the Island or to pick up the coastal way, forestry or hill walks. Also for wildlife, bird-watching, beaches, fishing, stars, golf, or just relax and soak up the fabulous views!
Situated in the village of Lochranza and just yards from the shore, this ground floor apartment within a detached house has stunning sea views to the Kintyre coastline from the living room and double bedroom. From the village, with its distillery and restaurant, you can take the short ferry trip to Claonaig and explore Kintyre with ferries to the islands of Islay, Jura and Gigha all easily accessible.Arran is a fantastic place to see the second largest fish in the world, the basking shark.
Situated in the village of Lamlash, adjacent to the owner’s home and only yards from the shore, this property offers stunning views over the sea to the Holy Isle. Lamlash has four pubs with restaurants, as well as two tea rooms and a pretty bay full of sailing boats. From here, you can hop onto a small ferry from the jetty to the Holy Isle. The cottage has a hilly garden behind and from the top, guests can enjoy splendid views of the village and the bay.
Westwood is the perfect base for hillwalking on the North end of the island.
Sleeps 9 in 2 king, 1 double,1 twin and 1 single room. A well equipped house beside the pier and within easy walking distance of the local pub.
The Hayshed, Ploughman’s Bothy and Blacksmith’s Bothy, each with spiral stairs and sleeping four, plus the larger Lighthouses sleeping seven/eight – four charming and characterful cottages, located on an old sea-farm on the slopes of the lovely Corriecravie valley in south-west Arran, overlooking the sea to Kintyre. Seals, otters and birds can be viewed on our rocky shoreline, breathtaking views with the light and clouds always changing.
All four properties offer a comfortable, well-equipped base to explore south and west Arran; the Hayshed and Ploughman’s Bothy can be booked together if required.
This attractive detached cottage offering spacious holiday accommodation, furnished and decorated to a good standard, is set on the seashore, just 15 yards from the shingle beach (sand at low tide), just outside of Pirnmill. From most of the rooms and the conservatory you have fantastic sea views over the Kilbrannan Sound towards Kintyre and guests can enjoy the evening sunsets. You can easily walk to the shop and restaurant, 0.25 miles.