Self-catering accommodation in Whiting Bay, Isle of Arran
Consider our selection of Whiting Bay self-catering holiday cottages when planning your trip to the Isle of Arran in Scotland, they are some of the prettiest in our Isle of Arran cottages collection. Set on the eastern side of the 19-mile-long island, Whiting Bay is a popular place to stay for its beautiful views and air of gentility. It became a desirable place to holiday back in Victorian times, with the arrival of steamers from Glasgow and the creation of its golf course. Today the village, which is one of the largest on the island after Brodick and Lamlash, appeals to holidaymakers who are keen to be close to shops, restaurants and cafes, as well as those eager to experience the pleasures of the great outdoors.
From charming lodges to traditional cottages, our Whiting Bay self-catering accommodation is well-placed for exploring the whole of Arran. Spend time on the beach here or follow a section of the Arran Coastal Way, perhaps the 10-mile stretch to Lagg, along which you may well spot seals. Find Whiting Bay cottages where your four-legged friend is as welcome as you are and places from which you can head out to go fishing, kayaking or sailing or can trek through woodland to see the splendid Glenashdale Falls. Visit King’s Cross Point, with its Viking burial mound. Return home to your inviting self-catering, Whiting Bay, Isle of Arran, holiday home to light the wood burner or relax outside and simply take in the scenic sea views. Our Whiting Bay self-catering holiday cottages above could be exactly what you are looking for, or you could also consider our great collection of Scotland cottages when planning your trip here.