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High Glencloy House
(8 reviews)
From £850 per week
Sleeps 10
4 bedrooms
2 doubles, 1 family rooms, 1 twin

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sat 24 Jun 2017Fri 08 Sep 2017£1,250£375
Sat 09 Sep 2017Fri 22 Sep 2017£1,150£345
Sat 23 Sep 2017Fri 06 Oct 2017£960£300
Sat 07 Oct 2017Fri 27 Oct 2017£1,150£345
Sat 28 Oct 2017Fri 10 Nov 2017£910£275
Sat 11 Nov 2017Wed 20 Dec 2017£850£255
Thu 21 Dec 2017Wed 27 Dec 2017£1,250£375
Thu 28 Dec 2017Wed 03 Jan 2018£1,500£450
Thu 04 Jan 2018Fri 05 Jan 2018£850£255
Sat 06 Jan 2018Fri 09 Feb 2018£850£255
Sat 10 Feb 2018Fri 23 Mar 2018£910£275
Sat 24 Mar 2018Fri 13 Apr 2018£1,250£375
Sat 14 Apr 2018Fri 25 May 2018£960£300
Sat 26 May 2018Fri 01 Jun 2018£1,250£375
Sat 02 Jun 2018Fri 22 Jun 2018£1,150£345
Sat 23 Jun 2018Fri 07 Sep 2018£1,250£375
Sat 08 Sep 2018Fri 21 Sep 2018£1,150£345
Sat 22 Sep 2018Fri 05 Oct 2018£960£300
Sat 06 Oct 2018Fri 26 Oct 2018£1,150£345
Sat 27 Oct 2018Fri 09 Nov 2018£910£275
Sat 10 Nov 2018Thu 20 Dec 2018£850£255
Fri 21 Dec 2018Thu 27 Dec 2018£1,250£375
Fri 28 Dec 2018Thu 03 Jan 2019£1,500£450


Originally an artist’s studio and newly renovated in 2014 to a very high standard throughout, High Glencloy House is a wonderful place to stay. It successfully couples modern convenience with a real sense of tradition to create a warm and welcoming family home. Benefiting from picturesque views both up and down the valley, yet just a very short distance from Brodick with all of its amenities, High Glencloy House is an ideal base for sharing with friends and family.

The house itself is spacious and well equipped with attention to detail throughout and having the added advantage of a large boot/utility room at the entrance, is ideal for rucksacks and golf clubs alike. There is plenty of space to relax here, including the large lounge with its wood burning stove and window seating area looking out onto the garden. Guests can also choose to sample some of the DVDs from the extensive DVD library or perhaps try out some of the games on the Xbox, also available for everyone to use.

Families to High Glencloy House will have no shortage of things to do whilst on holiday. The Auchrannie Resort is just over a mile away and is an easy walk along the flat path. Here there are two swimming pools, the play barn for young children and an outdoor activity centre for both children and adults alike. There are also a wide range of walks direct from the house, including one up the glen to the waterfalls and a cross country hike to Lamlash with great coastal views. However, for those looking for a more challenging day out, access to Goatfell peak and the Three Beinns is just a very short drive from the house. Keen golfers can select from one of the seven scenic courses around the island and cyclists can either take a trip around the island or perhaps try out one of the local mountain bike trails.

After a day enjoying exploring the island, guests can choose to either relax and dine at home in the family kitchen, entertain in the atmospheric dining room or, indeed, barbecue in the garden whilst enjoying the sunset. There is also the option of making the short trip into Brodick to sample one of the wide range of restaurants.

High Glencloy House is a tranquilly located, beautifully renovated and welcoming place to stay, as well as being an ideal base from which to explore all that the Isle of Arran has to offer.



Entrance is at the rear of the property.

Ground floor:

Sitting room, Kitchen, Dining room, DVD Library, Twin room: one of the single beds can convert to double, double bedroom, shower room with WC and WHB, utility/boot room.

First floor:

King size bedroom, family bedroom with double and single bed, bathroom with bath with shower over, WC & WHB.

Please note:

  • Honesty Telephone.
  • Extra refundable charge: Good Housekeeping deposit £250.


  • Brodick - just over one mile and has hotels, restaurants, pubs, bank, shops and a supermarket.
  • CD Player
  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • Driveway parking
  • DVD Player
  • Electric ceramic hob
  • Electric double oven
  • Enclosed and private garden
  • Flat screen TV with Freeview
  • Fridge freezer
  • Gas BBQ
  • Hair dryer
  • High chair
  • IPod dock
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Microwave
  • Multi-fuel stove - starter pack of fuel supplied
  • Oil central heating and energy included
  • Radio
  • Rayburn
  • Washer/dryer
  • Wi-fi
  • 2 Pets only - £20.00 charge per Week per Pet
  • Reviews

    (8 reviews)
    High Glencloy House reviews
    The house was perfect for us..10 people (including 6 kids) and 2 dogs. The boot room was really handy and the log burner was a real hit for the cooler evenings. Location was great too with a few nice walks from the door and a short bike ride down to Brodick. We loved our week on Arran even in the rain! Definitely recommend this house.
    Mrs Connolly - July 2017
    Arran has something for everyone. We particularly enjoyed pony trecking. The house was great and we made use of the vidoes, books and games. We had every comfort required and we all enjoyed our stay.
    Mrs Rankin - July 2017
    We had a lovely time at High Glencloy House over New Year. The location of the property is great, close enough to get into Brodick easily and use facilities at Auchrannie (we paid to use the playbarn for our daughter) should you wish. The house was lovely, clean and welcoming with everything you could need. The bedrooms were large and spacious and the the kitchen was great - a couple of wished we had a kitchen like it at home! The woodburner in the living room was a nice added feature - although unfortunately there were no firelighters left in the box. I would recommend this property to friends and if staying in Arran again would be tempted to stay again.
    Dr Michie - December 2016
    Pictures do not do this place justice..stunning with ample room for 8/9 of us plus dog. Location perfect for us too just a hop and a skip from Auchrannie. But that boot room/utility area..such a great space. Lovely wee garden too. Perfect for dogs and kids.
    Mrs Peterson - July 2016
    We were a family party of ten plus a wee dog. We immediately fell in love with Glencloy house, it is wonderfully quirky and well appointed, it did not feel like a rented holiday house but a friend's home ( a friend with very good taste I may add). I would recommend it to anyone with a large party to cater for. It felt further from Brodick than is anticipated due to the track to the house, but we all had bikes so that don't matter much. I think that I can safely say that we all felt very relaxed on our wee break and this house certainly payed a role in this.
    Dr Barrie - June 2016
    Lovely, very well equipped house. We had one infirm member of the party and the downstairs bedrooms and bathroom were great. Very cosy, although we had beautiful weather. Only thing that was a slight problem was entry into the house with a wheelchair as it is down a short drop on grass and also the long path up from the road was too bumpy to push the chair. We had a great holiday and would highly recommend the house for those who have a car.
    Mrs Paterson - May 2016
    We've stayed here twice now and both times we've been very comfortable and at home. The house is big enough for ten of us and the excellent boot room when you first come in is great for storing dirty wellies and kids paraphernalia so you don't spend all your time tripping over fishing nets and bicycle pumps. The kitchen is large and well-stocked with the exception of the teapot which drips everywhere but otherwise we cooked a lot and had everything we needed. There's also an incredibly extensive DVD collection and a Xbox with games. With regard to location it's near enough to Brodick that you can walk there but is down a rutted lane and surrounded by fields so you feel you're out of town. Might not be great if you're looking to eat out a lot as you'd probably have to drive to any decent restaurants but for families with young kids, it's great. On that note, the cot is a real one, not a travel cot which is great and a rarity in my experience. But the stairs are spiral, open and wooden so you really have to watch the wee ones around them. Like everywhere, there are pluses and minuses but I've given it five stars as we've had two lovely holidays here now and hope to have many more.
    Mrs Bromberger - April 2016
    Cottage was well presented on my he interior. The boot room on entry was excellent to store wet boots ,jackets, golf equip etc. video ,,& book library extensive. Log burner great as our weather was typically Scottish. The only improvement would have been a better maintained garden & entrance. If all the long grass was kept shorter at front , the midges may have been marginally reduced. Also for appearances on arrival, there was a lovely garden& what could have been usable space under all the long grass.
    Mrs Anderson - July 2015

    Holiday Protection Scheme

    This property is covered by our Holiday Protection Scheme.

    Holiday Protection Scheme

    Cottages & Castles Ltd. (acting as agents for property owners) provides a guarantee for tenants who have to cancel their holiday at a cottage.

    If it is necessary to cancel your holiday, for any of the reasons A 1-5 below, you may do so at any time up until the close of business on the last working day before your tenancy commences and we will refund your balance. Your deposit is not refundable. If you have made a late booking and paid in full you will receive your payment minus the normal deposit sum (usually 30%).

    There is no charge for this holiday protection – it is included in the cost of your holiday. Please note that the protection does not apply to holidays in our properties with codes beginning with P (usually castles, mansions and lodges).

    Deposits may be transferred to a different date for a holiday at the same property within 12 months of the original holiday date, subject to availability, but not, however, for a different property. If the new booking is at a higher rate the tenant must pay the extra cost. No refund will be made if the new date is at a lower rate.

    1. Death, accidental bodily injury, or illness (excluding pre-existing or chronic illness/conditions, or illness arising through epidemics or pandemics)
    a) the Proposer and/or persons with whom he/she has arranged to travel.
    b) any close relative or business associate of the Proposer or of any person with whom he/she has arranged to travel or arranged to meet at the specified holiday establishment. We will require appropriate documentary evidence of illness or bodily injury from a registered medical practitioner. This evidence must state that the Proposer is unfit to travel.

    2. Jury service, witness call or unemployment through redundancy of the Proposer after the date of booking and prior to the commencement date of the holiday.

    3. Fire or theft which is the subject of an insurance claim at the Insured’s main residence or business premises within seven days before commencement of the holiday.

    4. Occupational postings not contemplated at the time the holiday is booked.

    5. Cancellation or curtailment of scheduled transport services due to strikes, riots or civil commotion, but limited to the cost of alternative transport up to £50 per person for the outward journey only.

    But not, however:

    1. Disinclination to travel.

    2. Failure of public or private transport.

    3. Suicide, attempted suicide, insanity, the influence of intoxicating liquor or the effect of drugs not taken in accordance with treatment prescribed and directed by a qualified medical practitioner or booking a holiday which is or would be against the advice of a registered medical practitioner.

    4. Pregnancy unless problems occur which prevent the person travelling. A  verification must be signed by a registered medical practitioner to this effect

    5. Any loss which is otherwise insured.

    6. Holiday accommodation booked outside Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands