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Cottages on Arran

Cottages on Arran

Welcome to Cottages in Arran. You can either Book Online or Contact an owner direct using the links at the top of each property page on our website. We offer a wide selection of accommodation in many of Arran’s prettiest villages. Whether you’re looking for a dog friendly cottage, a cottage with a sea view or a cottage with wi-fi, we can find a cottage to suit you.

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The Arran Gift Box Company

Each Arran Gift Box contains a range of specially curated products from some of the finest producers on the Isle of Arran including luxury chocolat...
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The Arran Gift Box Company

Each Arran Gift Box contains a range of specially curated products from some of the finest producers on the Isle of Arran including luxury chocolat...
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The Arran Lodge and Sleep Huts

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The Arran Tablet Company

Traditional Scottish Arran Tablet, handmade to an old Arran recipe. The tablet is sold in 125g bags or 20kg catering packs. 125g bags of Arran Tabl...
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The ASPA at Auchrannie

Scotland’s first island destination spa where you can enjoy a variety of spa treatments and fantastic service. The ASPA is truly unique, encompassi...
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The Barn

Visit our stunning and spacious self-catering cottage, ideal for families or friends to share, sleeping four in two bedrooms and two pets. To view...
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The Bay Kitchen & Stores

The Bay Kitchen & Stores features a full range of grocery, speciality whole foods, including zero waste (refillable) products & local produce. Fres...
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The Boathouse @ Littlemill

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The Boathouse at Dougarie

We’re delighted to announce our stunning new wedding venue on the West Coast of the Isle of Arran. The Boathouse at Dougarie is now taking bookings...
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The Book and Card Centre

The Book & Card stocks stationery, books, cards, newspapers, phone accessories, party supplies, toys and your favourite sweets in a friendly enviro...
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The Bothy

Small cottage attached to farmhouse with everything you need. Working livestock farm with very friendly dogs that will walk you to the beach. Hones...
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The Bothy

The Bothy is a small apartment with the entrance into the hall, from which the modern kitchen is situated. The Bothy has a large comfortable living...
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Quirky Island Fact

#20 - Arran has Scotland's First No Take Zone
The Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST) is a local charity and was established in 1995 by local divers, Howard Wood and Don McNeish, who had noticed the depletion of species on the seabed. The No Take Zone at the north end of Lamlash, was eventually created, after much campaigning, in 2008, and COAST were instrumental in then establishing the Marine Protected Area (MPA) which covers the coast around the south of Arran.

Quirky Island Fact

#20 - Arran has Scotland's First No Take Zone
The Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST) is a local charity and was established in 1995 by local divers, Howard Wood and Don McNeish, who had noticed the depletion of species on the seabed. The No Take Zone at the north end of Lamlash, was eventually created, after much campaigning, in 2008, and COAST were instrumental in then establishing the Marine Protected Area (MPA) which covers the coast around the south of Arran.

Quirky Island Fact

#20 - Arran has Scotland's First No Take Zone
The Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST) is a local charity and was established in 1995 by local divers, Howard Wood and Don McNeish, who had noticed the depletion of species on the seabed. The No Take Zone at the north end of Lamlash, was eventually created, after much campaigning, in 2008, and COAST were instrumental in then establishing the Marine Protected Area (MPA) which covers the coast around the south of Arran.