Whiting Bay on the Isle of Arran: Knockankelly Farm holiday cottageTHE SUMMER HOUSE
Knockankelly Farm,
Whiting Bay,
Isle of Arran
KA27 8RQ

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Sleeps: 4.
1 dog welcome - £10 pw.
No smoking.

Price range: £500 - £600 pw.
Short break of 3 nights for 2-3 people - £300.

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For further details please contact:

Penny Hamilton
Tel: 01770 700649


The Summer House is a traditional farm cottage at Knockankelly Farm, Whiting Bay. The farm, where we breed native Scottish Galloway Cattle, is situated on the outskirts of Whiting Bay, on the beautiful Isle of Arran, above the village and beach, (approx, 1 mile), also overlooking Holy Isle and the Ayrshire coast.

Accommodation  
  • The cottage is well fitted, comfortable and cosy and is open from the 1st March until 30th November, with short breaks* available in the quieter seasons.
  • We have electric central heating for all year round warmth.
  • The cottage has a fully fitted kitchen with all you need for your stay.
  • The shower room (not bathroom) is on the ground floor.
  • Sleeping accommodation is on the first floor and comprises a double and a twin room.
  • Bedrooms are accessed by a beautiful locally made spiral staircase.
  • There is plenty of parking available at the farm.
  • Come and stay and see for yourself - the cottage is a warm and comfortable haven after you have spent the day walking the hills, cycling, horse riding, sightseeing or whatever else you want to do - or just come and chill. Follow the Arran Taste Trail, take a boat trip to Holy Isle, visit Brodick Castle and gardens or just soak up the peace and quiet.
 Cyclists, Bikers and Walkers are all welcome, we can assist you with drying wet boots or waterproof gear and we have safe off road parking for bikes and motorbikes. We can also advise you on local mountain bike routes, some of which run right through the Farm, and the conditions you can expect on them. We also have the gear on site for you to clean and sort your bike (or motorbike) ready for the next day!

*Short Breaks of up to 3 nights are available for 2 or 3 people outside the main Summer season, good for a mountain biking or walking (or romantic) weekend. Just contact us with your requirements.

Our farm has been surveyed by the RSPB and we have a comprehensive list of the birds that live here. We also have red squirrels, buzzards, red deer, bats and lots of other wildlife around the farm.

Please note that all photographs are the copyright of Penny Hamilton LRPS.
 



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THE SUMMER HOUSE
Knockankelly Farm,
Whiting Bay,
Isle of Arran
KA27 8RQ

_________________
 
Sleeps: 4.
1 dog welcome - £10 pw.
No smoking.

Price range: £500 - £600 pw.
Short break of 3 nights for 2-3 people - £300.

_________________

For further details please contact:

Penny Hamilton
Tel: 01770 700649




The Summer House is a traditional farm cottage at Knockankelly Farm, Whiting Bay. The farm, where we breed native Scottish Galloway Cattle, is situated on the outskirts of Whiting Bay, on the beautiful Isle of Arran, above the village and beach, (approx, 1 mile), also overlooking Holy Isle and the Ayrshire coast.







Accommodation  

Cyclists, Bikers and Walkers are all welcome, we can assist you with drying wet boots or waterproof gear and we have safe off road parking for bikes and motorbikes. We can also advise you on local mountain bike routes, some of which run right through the Farm, and the conditions you can expect on them. We also have the gear on site for you to clean and sort your bike (or motorbike) ready for the next day!

*Short Breaks of up to 3 nights are available for 2 or 3 people outside the main Summer season, good for a mountain biking or walking (or romantic) weekend. Just contact us with your requirements.

Our farm has been surveyed by the RSPB and we have a comprehensive list of the birds that live here. We also have red squirrels, buzzards, red deer, bats and lots of other wildlife around the farm.

Please note that all photographs are the copyright of Penny Hamilton LRPS.
 






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