Drift Cottage in Lamlash: Isle of Arran self catering holidaysDRIFT COTTAGE
The Brae,
Lamlash,
Isle of Arran
KA27 8NA

__________________
 
Sleeps: 6.
Sorry no pets.
No smoking.
WiFi.

Price range: £610 - £870 pw.

__________________

For further details please contact:

Mr Neil Arthur
Tel: +44 7919531750
Facebook


 New to the holiday rental market in Summer 2015, Drift Cottage has been tastefully prepared to an exceptionally high standard by its proud owners. The cottage is situated on the Brae in the centre of Lamlash, on the Isle of Arran. A very short stroll brings you into the centre of the village. The cottage has a unique position commanding outstanding views over Lamlash Bay, the Holy Isle, Kings Cross Point and the Firth of Clyde beyond. It is a joy to watch the yachts and pleasure craft in the bay.

This bright and spacious 3 bedroom cottage has been decorated and furnished to an exceptionally high standard for the holiday rental market and offers private parking for 2 cars. The lounge and bedrooms situated at the front of the property offer amazing views.

Upstairs Accommodation  
  • Master bedroom with King size bed wardrobe and storage.
  • Twin bedroom with 2 full size single beds and storage.
  • Toilet and Bathroom with WC, sink, P shaped full size bath with shower screen with power shower and large heated towel rail.
Downstairs Accommodation  
  • Bedroom with double bed with large built in wardrobe and bedside cabinets.
  • Large L shaped lounge and combined dining area with large 2 and 3 seater sofas and chair; fireplace with stove style electric fire; dining table and seating for 6; Free view Television.
  • Large downstairs toilet with WC, sink and cabinet and large walk in power shower and heated towel rail.
  • Entrance hallway with large storage cupboard.
  • Spacious Kitchen includes: Double fan oven and grill with electric ceramic hob and extractor unit, Microwave, Large American style fridge and freezer, 2nd Integrated Fridge, Wine cooler Fridge, Washing Machine / Dishwasher /Tumble dryer, Well-appointed kitchen with dinnerware/ cutlery, ample pots and pans / wok / oven trays/ serving dishes/ picnic plates and large flask.

Additional Features  
  • Double Glazing.
  • New Oil fired external boiler providing excellent central heating and instant hot water.
  • Large front patio area with lovely wooden table, bench and carver chairs.
  • Back garden with mature shrubs, table and chairs, outside tap and hose, rotary clothes drying line.
  • Free WiFi with good signal within and outside the property.
  • Walking guide books and maps are provided together with some interesting Arran reference books. A small selection of books and children's books are provided together with board games and cards etc. An acoustic guitar is also available for use. Binoculars are provided - enjoy our spectacular views!
  


return to top of pageBack up

The Cottage Guide



 
The Cottage Guide homepage

Return to previous search




DRIFT COTTAGE
The Brae,
Lamlash,
Isle of Arran
KA27 8NA

__________________
 
Sleeps: 6.
Sorry no pets.
No smoking.
WiFi.

Price range: £610 - £870 pw.

__________________

For further details please contact:

Mr Neil Arthur
Tel: +44 7919531750
Facebook




New to the holiday rental market in Summer 2015, Drift Cottage has been tastefully prepared to an exceptionally high standard by its proud owners. The cottage is situated on the Brae in the centre of Lamlash, on the Isle of Arran. A very short stroll brings you into the centre of the village. The cottage has a unique position commanding outstanding views over Lamlash Bay, the Holy Isle, Kings Cross Point and the Firth of Clyde beyond. It is a joy to watch the yachts and pleasure craft in the bay.

This bright and spacious 3 bedroom cottage has been decorated and furnished to an exceptionally high standard for the holiday rental market and offers private parking for 2 cars. The lounge and bedrooms situated at the front of the property offer amazing views.



Upstairs Accommodation   Downstairs Accommodation  




Additional Features     





The Cottage Guide homepage

Terms of Use

Privacy and Cookies Policy

Our Cookie Policy

copyright