Sitting in the Firth of Clyde, between Ayrshire and Kintyre the Isle of Arran is one of Scotland's most beautiful southerly islands. Garden House is in the charming conservation village of Corrie with its harbours and white washed cottages strung out along the coastal road beneath the cliffs and path leading up to Goatfell where you will find magnificent views.
The property sleeps 6 and is the upper floor of a large traditional villa retaining much of its original character.
It offers panoramic seaviews from the lounge and you may spot basking sharks, dolphins and even otters playing on the shore which is directly opposite.
Set in a tranquil spot on the far side of the popular conservation village of Corrie close to the picturesque Port.
The Master double bedroom has an en-suite bathroom (bath with handheld shower).
There are 2 more bedrooms; one double and one with a double bed and single bed with whb.
There is a family bathroom with bath and separate shower, and an additional cloakroom with toilet and wash-hand basin.
Linen is provided, and towels can be provided (extra).
The dining kitchen is well very well equipped and includes washer dryer, dishwasher, fridge and freezer and microwave.
The beautiful mature garden has a small stream running through which offers a seaview a picnic table and is enclosed for your privacy.
Property is a BT Openzone hotspot offering access to internet.
Freeview TV and DVD.
Selection of books and games available.
Co-op is in Brodick near the ferry terminal.
There are many good places to eat out on Arran offering food cooked from local ingredients. Sannox Bay Hotel is the nearest to Garden House, just a short walk further north.