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Whiting Bay, Isle of Arran
Sleeps 7
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Spacious family property, just moments from the beach
  • Enjoy sea views from three first-floor bedrooms
  • Relax in the lounge or sunroom on the ground floor
  • Enjoy boating, kayaking and sea fishing less than 100 metres away
  • Explore Whiting Bay's independent cafes, eateries and art gallery
  • Perfect spot for a family of seven
Property code: CA160

Generous detached family property on the glorious Isle of Arran, just set back from the pebbled shores of Whiting Bay beach. Perfectly located to discover the wonders of the surrounding island.

Set back from the picturesque shore of Whiting Bay, this beautifully renovated family home commands breathtaking views over the sea. Four spacious bedrooms make this a comfortable and enviable spot for up to seven guests, so it's an ideal spot for family get-togethers, while its beachfront location is sure to delight groups of boating enthusiasts and keen kayakers.

The two-storey home has a homely aesthetic, welcoming you from the moment you step through the door. Soft neutral tones and large windows help fill each room with light and space. From three of the bedrooms, you will wake up to the wonderful sea views, creating a sense of calm from dawn to dusk.

Relax in the large lounge, where there is plenty of room for the whole party to unwind and plan the next day’s itinerary before settling down in front of a film on the TV. For additional space, retire to the sunroom overlooking the mature gardens - a great spot to retreat with your favourite book. Dine together in the fully equipped kitchen/diner before retiring to bed; the single bedroom can be found on the ground floor, as well as a shower room and separate WC.

Head up the carpeted stairs to the three further bedrooms - one super king-size, one double and one twin - all designed and decorated with comfort in mind to ensure a restful night’s sleep. The house also has a bathroom with a shower over the bath on the first floor.

Breathe in the fresh sea air from the private, enclosed garden, where you’ll find a picnic bench for al fresco dining or sipping your morning coffee. It’s also a great spot to savour any rare Scottish sun! Parking is available for two cars on the driveway, with further on-street parking available.


Please note there is a refundable £250 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 4 bedrooms – 1 super king-size, 1 double, 1 twin and 1 ground-floor single
  • 2 bathrooms - downstairs WC and shower room; family bathroom with WC and shower over bath
  • Ceramic hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Smart TV with DVD player
  • Electric fire in lounge
  • Driveway parking for 2 small cars, additional on-street parking available
  • Regret no smoking
  • Private garden with furniture
  • Regret no hen, stag or golf parties
  • Regret no pets
  • Pub and cafe 300 metres away, beach less than 100 metres

Venture 0.5 miles into the heart of Whiting Bay and enjoy fresh bread and coffee for breakfast, as well as delicious local scran for lunch and dinner at one of the restaurants, cafes or delicatessen. Here you'll also discover a range of shops and an excellent art gallery displaying some of the best local work alongside many of Scotland's well-known artists.


From the house, enjoy easy access to the island's variety of cycle routes and walks, with a footpath for all abilities; explore the Giants' Graves (0.5 miles) and visit Eas a' Chrannaig (1.5 miles) – also known as the Glenashdale Falls. You can even pony trek through scenic countryside year-round at North Sannox Burn (17.5 miles), while those who wish to challenge themselves on foot should head further up the glen to be rewarded with panoramic views into Coire nan Ceum.


Wander the beautiful formal gardens at the iconic National Trust's Brodick Castle, Gardens and Country Park (11 miles) – Britain's only island country park. Discover woodland trails, ponds, waterfalls and bathing pools, including the ‘blue pool' of Glen Rosa.


Thrill-seekers should head to Kildonan (3.5 miles) for an unforgettable paragliding experience. You can also enjoy boating, kayaking and sea fishing close to the property, while Whiting Bay's golf course is 1 mile away.



This property is personally managed by Carol.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Mrs Laws March 2019

The house is well located with good dining out options close by. The decor is very tasteful and the beds were very comfortable. The kitchen is extremely well equipped and there was plenty of lounge space. We were all very pleased with the property.

Reviewed by Mrs Fox August 2018

Seven of us stayed at Grahamfield for a week. We found the house very comfortable , it was well equipped and in a great location to explore Arran. Having the garden was an added bonus and we did mange to have couple of BBQ during the week. i would definately recommend it. The only improvement i would suggest was that for 7 of us we would have benefRead moreited from a couple of extra dish towels, dish clothes and toilet rolls. They got a bit over used by the end of the week, and we didn't want to out the washing machine on just for these. Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Griffiths August 2018

The house is very well presented, clean & the kitchen is well equipped to meet all your needs. I booked for my husband, son & myself. When we arrived there was only the king size bed made up & a single bed. I did contact the owner who came & made up the double bed but stripped the single bed. I paid for the house for a week so expected the use of aRead morell the bedrooms as I like to get away from my husbands snoring. I do think the property was slightly overpriced. It had a nice view of the sea but the road noise was a negative Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Little August 2018

Good sized rooms and fully equipment with everything you need. Clean and tidy. Great setting with fab views. Would go back again.

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