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Andreville Cottage

Lamlash, Isle of Arran
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
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At a glance

  • Pretty cottage on Scotland's stunning Isle of Arran
  • Situated in the picture-postcard village of Lamlash
  • Romantic escape for two but also suitable for groups of four
  • A cosy base from which to enjoy the natural beauty of the island
  • Opportunities for hiking and hill-walking with nearby Goat Fell
  • Outdoor activities including fishing, climbing and playing golf
Property code: CA014

This inviting cottage is the perfect place from which to soak up the serenity of the Scottish Isle of Arran; to savour its magnificent scenery and enjoy outdoor activities.

Located on the Isle of Arran’s east coast, and a mere 4 miles from the ferry port of Brodick, this charming cottage is a wonderful base for a family holiday. Only 1 mile from the pretty seaside village of Lamlash, you can spend the day at the beach, before heading back to the house with supplies for an evening altogether in the open-plan living area.

This single-storey cottage is a welcoming and comfortable home-from-home, decorated in soft neutral tones. There’s a natural theme throughout, with the soft furnishings and ornamental details reflecting the beauty of the Scottish countryside and wildlife, something that you’ll certainly be able to explore for yourself while on Arran. From the two-step entrance, head into the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, where you can sit down to eat a hearty meal after a day exploring. From the table, move over to a soft seat and let the family vote on what film to watch tonight, and plan your adventures for the coming days. After winding down with a bath or shower, stretch out and drift off to sleep in either the elegant double or cosy twin bedroom.

Outside, there is an enclosed garden with decked area and lawn, which can be easily accessed via the lounge patio doors. The double bedroom also has access through a single patio door, so you can step straight out to the decking with its table for two and enjoy a drink in peace. There’s space for one car on the private driveway.

Please note there is a refundable £150 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 2 bedrooms – 1 double and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom - shower over bath and WC
  • Combined electric single oven/grill, electric hob, microwave, under-counter fridge with ice box and washing machine
  • TV/DVD
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Enclosed garden with decking
  • Garden furniture
  • Regret no pets
  • Parking for 1 car
  • Shops, restaurants, Post Office, bars, cafés and supermarket within walking distance

Lamlash is Arran's largest village: there are shops where you can stock up on picnic supplies, play areas for the kids to release some energy, and cafes and restaurants for a light lunch or special meal out. Brodick Castle, Garden and Country Park (6.5 miles) has something for the whole family. As well as discovering the secrets of the castle and its history, children big and small will love the Isle Be Wild adventure play area, where you can end your day trip on a high with an ice cream for everyone. The Isle of Arran is often described as Scotland in miniature, boasting diverse countryside, from soft sandy beaches, to dense woodland, and impressive mountains.

Natural wonders and evidence of its Neolithic past are dotted around the island, waiting to be explored. These include Giants' Graves (4.5 miles), King's Caves (15 miles), and Machrie Moor Standing Stones (19 miles). The sights on Arran's west coast can be reached either along the main road which predominately follows the coastline or via The String, a road which cuts across the mountainous middle of the island. Plan your day, pack lunch, and take the family on an outing along the coast or see the view from the high road.

Carol Gall

This property is personally managed by Carol.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 7 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Philip 5th September 2020

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Lovely little cottage in a great location just on the edge of the village. Looks small from the outside but well planned inside to give plenty of space (there were 3 adults). Well equipped and comfortable. Wooley's bakery literally next door is a big plus! Only two small criticisms - we found the hob was slow to heat up and the lighting in the kitcRead morehen wasn't great but would definitely recommend. Hide

Reviewed by Gillian 22nd August 2020

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Reviewed by Andrea 8th August 2020

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A great little cottage which, although it had no views, was minutes by foot from a beautiful location with benches and tables to sit on to appreciate the view. Lamlash Bay is lovely. The parking is tight but adequate (we managed to get a medium sized estate off the road) Good facilities in the cottage but a few too many ornaments for our taste.

Reviewed by Emily 25th July 2020

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Reviewed by Mrs Morrison July 2019

Cottage is well appointed internally, clean and comfortable for a family of four. Location is good, just a short walk to all Lamlash amenities. Minor draw back is lack of outdoor space, it is not possible to sit outside, and parking is on the main road.

Reviewed by Mrs Zamira July 2019

The cottage was perfect! Just a quick walk to the beach, shops, pubs and bus. We thoroughly enjoyed our time on Arran, and particularly loved the Standing Stones of Machrie Moor and Brodick Castle. Our kids loved the Isle of Wild at the castle, as well, which allowed our son some time to play. Oh! And the Arran bus drivers are super helpful. Need tRead moreo know where to go and how to get there? Look no further than the incredibly kind drivers. Hide

Reviewed by Ms Ní Bhreasláin May 2019

Within walking distance of everywhere in Lamlash and less than a ten min. drive from the ferry terminal. Comfortable beds in a tastefully decorated wee house. The lighting in the kitchen and bathroom wasn't great but we enjoyed that the kitchen / living area were all one room.

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