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Lamlash, Isle of Arran
Sleeps 3
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Renovated stone cottage within half a mile of the sea
  • Lovingly furnished and bursting with mid-century charm
  • Sunny front garden with views of the Holy Isle
  • Within half a mile of local shops and pubs
  • Learn to kayak around the island, take a boat to Ailsa Craig or a ferry to Ardrossan and Kintyre
Property code: CA081

Fabulous mid-terrace stone cottage just half a mile from Lamlash Bay, with front garden views to Holy Isle. It is surrounded by sublime natural beauty, mystical history and fantastic local food.

This pretty mid-terrace stone cottage in the village of Lamlash is a short stroll from the beach less than 0.5 miles away and has fantastic views out over to the Holy Isle from its sunny front garden. The house sleeps three to four, making it ideal for small families who want to enjoy a relaxing beach break or explore Arran and its beautiful coastline and mountains. Lamlash is Arran’s largest village, and a fantastic base on the island. It has a great choice of pubs and restaurants and some independent food and gift shops.

The property is built over two floors. On the semi-open-plan ground floor, there is a cosy living area to the front of the property, with comfortable sofas arranged around a wood burner, which keeps the room warm even on the chilliest of nights. Towards the back is the kitchen/diner. This has a range of contemporary kitchen units and everything you’ll need to whip up hearty breakfasts before you head out to the hills, or warming dinners when you come in from a day on the beach. There is a dining table with space for four to eat in comfort. The family bathroom, which has a shower over the bath, leads from the dining space.

On the first floor, there are two bedrooms, one a single and one a twin. Both have lovely views over either countryside or coast. An extra bed can be arranged if needed.

Outside, there is a mature private garden to the front of the property, with garden furniture and sea views.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

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

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 twin bedroom, 1 single bedroom
  • 1 bathroom - bath with shower over and WC
  • Electric oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine
  • Woodburner – starter pack of logs supplied
  • Heating and electric included
  • TV /DVD player
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Enclosed front garden with garden furniture and coal BBQ
  • Roadside parking
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Shop and two pubs within half a mile
  • Private water supply

In Lamlash, you can easily arrange trips out to sea, including sea kayaking, ferry trips to the Holy Isle and wildlife boat tours around the island's coast. The village attracts adventure-seekers from across Arran. To the north of the village is Lamlash Golf Course, 1.5 miles from the property. There, you can enjoy rounds of golf with spectacular views over the water.

Just 4.5 miles to the north is the village of Brodick. As well as a great choice of pubs and shops, including a supermarket, Brodick has two sandy, family-friendly beaches. Both are wild and dune-backed, with great views over to the mountains. The harbour is a fantastic place to spend a few hours, with fishing boats and plenty of atmosphere.

A little further north, 6.5 miles from the cottage, is Brodick Castle. This National Trust property is a renowned baronial castle set in large grounds. Take a walk along the many woodland trails and look out for waterfalls and red squirrels. From the castle, you can climb up to Goatfell, the island's highest point. It is a surprisingly easy climb with a choice of routes, rewarded by outstanding views.

For those who'd rather stay closer to the sea, the Arran Coastal Way offers some great walking along the island's shore.

This property is personally managed by Carol.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Dr Dunmore May 2019

Lovely little cottage and great base for exploring Arran. Lamlash is a pretty village with great amenities nearby.

Reviewed by Mr Smart September 2018

Myself 2 friends & my dog stayed for 2 nights, cottage was spotless with attractive decor 1 twin room 1 single modern bathroom & kitchen with modern appliances that all worked well, only tiny issue was tin opener wasn't working & my mate gets angry when his breakfasts ready & he can't get his beans lol !!!!!! Highly recommend

Reviewed by Mrs Blane May 2018

Lovely cottage with beautiful seaside themed decor and all you would want to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Dog friendly too, and enclosed front garden was ideal for eating outside at breakfast and in the evening, and parking whilst on the road was fine and road was not busy at all. Lamlash itself is lovely and great place to stay.

Reviewed by Mrs Macdonald May 2018

The isle of Arran is very special with a variety of landscapes ,very good walking,beautiful beaches,and attractive villages which are well equipped for a self catering holiday.The archaeology is very interesting,as is Brodick Country Park,and although Brodick Castle is closed for renovations this year there is a very good tour of the grounds which Read moreincludes the history of Arran and the Castle.Craigmara is an attractive little terraced cottage which is very well equipped and comfortable,with a modern kitchen and bathroom,good heating,tv and wi-fi.,and is highly recommended for a peaceful,relaxed holiday.It is approx.10 minutes walk into Lamlash,probably the nicest village on the island.Arran is for people who enjoy outdoor activities and historical sites,and who enjoy peace and quiet. Hide

Reviewed by Mr Hambling February 2018

The cottage was fine except for the fact that the only toilet was downstairs and the bedrooms upstairs. It was difficult to navigate the steep and winding staircase through the night without putting the light on and disturbing wife/husband. It was also next to the busy road with lots of traffic which was surprising considering the size of the villaRead morege. Parking was at a premium as well. However, the biggest downside was no cellphone service so thank goodness for the internet. Hide

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