Accommodation on Arran
If you are looking for somewhere to stay, we also offer 4 quality holiday properties for self-catering.
Alt Ardoch House has an elevated position with stunning coastal views overlooking Lamlash Bay and Holy Isle. All the main living rooms are beautifully furnished with all the comforts of home. This character property is surrounded by mature gardens, popular with garden birds and red squirrels and there is a lovely south-facing terrace, which is a real suntrap in the summer months. This property sleeps up to 5 guests with a reduced occupancy option for up to 4 guests (outside peak periods).
Alt Ardoch Cottage also offers wonderful coastal views. In keeping with the main house, it is a traditional Arran cottage on the outside, but fully modernised on the inside with a spacious kitchen-diner and a living room on the first floor to enjoy the views of Holy Isle. This property sleeps up to 4 guests.
Peacock Cottage is full of character features and a cosy island retreat for 2. It has a private garden area with seating to enjoy the views of the bay. There is a wide sandy beach directly opposite and numerous walking routes to explore including the Coastal Way and the forestry trails leading to Glenashdale Falls, Giants' Graves and beyond. Cafes, restaurants and local stores are within a short walk.
Azalea House has an idyllic Arran location close to Holy Isle with numerous footpaths to explore the coastline. This extended modern house has outstanding views of the coast and mountains and it is beautifully furnished to a high standard throughout. There is a paddock size garden (fully enclosed) with spacious decking to enjoy the breathtaking sea views. This property sleeps up to 7 guests with a reduced occupancy option for up to 4 guests (outside peak periods).
Enquiries and Bookings
For further information on the properties, please visit the Arran Holiday Retreats website and follow the link "Book Now" at the top of the page to view the rates and availability.
With the new low cost ferry rates, it's now easier on the pocket to visit Arran - around £38 for a return ticket for a car and driver.
Many places to visit are open in the winter period, including the larger hotels, cafes and restaurants; and there is plenty of opportunity for some retail therapy with island crafts and gift shops and our own fabulous Arran Art Gallery, The island is becoming a year-round destination.
Our properties are very popular so you need to book well in advance.