Self-Catering Arran Cottages

Self-Catering Arran Cottages  The Isle of Arran is Scotland’s southern most island, located in the Firth of Clyde, and is often referred to as ‘Scotland in Miniature’ (with rugged mountains in the north and rolling hills in the south).  Arran has such a mild climate that even palm trees grow, thanks to the warm waters of the Gulf Stream, and is popular with cyclists and walkers.  With a remarkable diversity of landscapes and seascapes, pretty villages, fascinating historical sites and lovely beaches, Arran is ideal whether you’re looking to get away from it all, have an action-packed break, visit friends and family or just uncover the hidden delights.

Find a cosy coastal cottage or a hidden haven to explore this stunning island 

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  • Arran Apartments

    • 11 Properties with 4 star(s)
    • 1CtQ
    • Pets Welcome
    • Disabled Access
    • Short Breaks

    Arran Apartments

    Ayrshire & Arran (Lamlash)

    Sleeps up to 3

    Enjoy spectacular sea views from inside or on the extensive decking of this wheelchair accessible, pet friendly 1 bedroom cottage. Described by guests as "a home from home with everything you need". Breakfast with the red squirrels as they come to the feeder outside the window. An ideal island base

  • Far Horizons Holiday Cottages

    • 33 Properties with 3 star(s)
    • 3CtQ
    • Pets Welcome

    Far Horizons Holiday Cottages

    Ayrshire & Arran (4 miles from Blackwaterfoot)

    Sleeps up to 4

    Three charming and characterful cottages, on an old sea-farm in the beautiful pastoral landscape of Southwest Arran.

  • Lighthouses

    • 11 Properties with 4 star(s)
    • 1CtQ
    • Pets Welcome
    • Disabled Access


    Ayrshire & Arran (4 miles from Blackwaterfoot)

    Sleeps up to 8

    'Lighthouses' is situated on Ivy Cottage Farm, one of Arran's traditional sea-farms, and is an architect-designed conversion and extension of the farm's former stables and byre; it is named for the distinctive lights which dot the horizon at night.