Isle of Arran Self Catering Cottages
Brodick - Shiskine - Lamlash - Whiting Bay

Arran is a small island, 20 miles long and 56 miles round, located off the south-west coast of Scotland. It can be accessed by ferry from Ardrossan (Ayrshire) or Claonaig (Kintyre).

It has history (castles and standing stones), wildlife (birds, seals and deer) and leisure facilities (tennis, golf, yachting, pony trekking, bowling, cycling). Something for everyone. Known as 'Scotland in miniature'.

Holiday Cottages on Arran
Self Catering Accommodation

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Contact: Mrs Margaret Tait
Ivy Cottage
Sliddery
Isle of Arran KA27 8PB
Tel: 01770 870295
Email: enquiries@arran-far-horizons.co.uk

Far Horizons Holiday Cottages

Choice of delightful stone-built cottages
located on one of Arran's traditional sea-farms
offering a secluded base in a tranquil rural setting.
4 miles south of Blackwaterfoot
on the Sliddery/Corriecravie boundary.
Ideal for birdwatching, golf, families, etc.

3-star cottages, each with:
2 bedrooms (1 twin and 1 double).
Bathroom with bath and shower.
Lounge/dining area, kitchen, spiral staircase.
Facilities include Freeview digital TV, DVD player,
gas hob, electric oven, fridge,
washer / tumble drier, dishwasher, microwave.
Patio area with barbecue.

Four-star cottage sleeping 7-8
2 double bedrooms, 1 single bedroom,
1 double bunk room (full-sized beds),
3 bathrooms, kitchen & dining area, lounge & sun room.
Facilities include Sky TV, DVD players,
woodburning stove, gas hob, electric oven,
dishwasher, microwave & American fridge-freezer.

Prices range from £395 per week.
10% discount for two-week bookings.
Short breaks (min 3 nights).
Online booking.
No smoking.
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Contact: Jim & Kate Mackintosh
Hamilton Cottages
Hamilton House
Shiskine
Isle of Arran KA27 8EW
Tel: +44 (0)1770 860711
Email: info@hamiltoncottages.co.uk

Hamilton Cottages

Choice of 3 stylish holiday cottages (newly renovated)
on the edge of Shiskine village.
Lovely views across open countryside to the hills beyond.
1.5 miles from the Balmichael Centre (outdoor activities, coffee shop, etc.)
Less than 2 miles from Blackwaterfoot (golf, restaurant, pool, etc).
Less than 10 miles from Brodick. 17 miles from Lochranza.
Guests have access to bicycles and a new games room
with pool table, table football and table tennis.
Free Wifi access in all cottages.

Rosa Cottage (sleeps 4 - 6)
2 bedrooms (1 king size double & 1 twin)
Shurig Cottage (sleeps 6 - 8)
3 bedrooms (1 king size double & 2 twin)

These 2 cottages each have:
2 shower rooms.
Lounge with TV, DVD player, hi-fi & pull down double futon.
Kitchen with cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, etc.
Designed for wheelchair access. Wi-Fi Broadband.
Large shared garden with patios & garden furniture (BBQ available).
Separate laundry facility.
An acre of woodland at the rear of the property.

Shepherd's Cottage (sleeps 6):
Kitchen, living room and dining room with feature fireplace.
2 large double bedrooms & 1 twin bedroom.
1 bath/shower room and separate WC.
Pergola covered patio garden. Wi-Fi Broadband.
Satellite TV, DVD, CD player and ipod docking station.

Prices range from £325 to £625 per week
includes electricity, bed linen and towels.
3 night short breaks from £210.
Pets by arrangement only. Strictly no smoking.
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Dunmaghlas

Spacious cottage just 15 yards from the sea.
Panoramic views. Sleeps 5 - 7.
Situated in the village of Pirnmill on the west coast.

Furnished and decorated to 4 star standard.
Lounge with open fire, dining room, kitchen, conservatory.
3 bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin, 1 single) plus sofa bed
Facilities include TV, DVD, radio,
washing machine, dishwasher, freezer, microwave,
Enclosed garden with patio.

Prices from £442 per week
includes bedlinen, fuel and electricity.
Pets welcome. Online booking.

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Tourist Information

The Internet Guide to Scotland - Isle of Arran

Map of Arran
Image produced from the Ordnance Survey Get-a-map service.
Image reproduced with kind permission of Ordnance Survey and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland.