The Isle of Arran is located in the Firth of Clyde between Ayrshire and Kintyre and is one of Scotland’s most southerly islands. Nineteen miles long and ten miles wide, Arran is an island of contrasts, from the wild mountains in the north to the rolling fields andwoodland in the south, all surrounded by bonny Scottish villages nestled around the coastline.
It is a magical island, often described as “Scotland in Miniature”, with its incredible diversity of landscapes and seascapes it is the perfect bolt hole for couples and families wanting to get away from it all. Arran has something for everyone whether it’s a quiet get away with friends or a full on action packed adventure you are after; you won’t be disappointed in this magnificent island.
Number 23 Hamilton Terrace is located in Lamlash, the islands second village, only a five minute drive from the ferry terminal. This peaceful village is located in the south of the island in Lamlash Bay, three miles to the south of Brodick and five miles to the north of Whiting Bay. Brodick may be the islands largest village and as such the islands capital, but it is Lamlash that has the islands main hospital, high school and government offices.
The cottage has magnificent views of the sea, Holy Isle which is nestled in the bay and across to the Ayrshire coast. Recently been refurbished to a very high standard it can accommodate up to four people in style and comfort.
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