The Cottages

 

Finch Cottage

This cottage forms one half of the clock tower building, but is detached and entirely self-contained; the roof continues over the archway (which separates it from the other building) to add to the architectural appeal and to support the clock turret. The kitchen and bathrooms at the front look onto the Kilmichael Woods, which are now part of the Glenrickard Forest, administered by the Forestry Commission, and home to the occasional deer as well as many red squirrels.

The bedrooms and the spacious sitting room face west onto its own private garden and across to Glen Cloy, Sgiath Bhan and Goatfell. It has underfloor central heating and a beautiful marble fireplace with real-flame gas fire. French doors lead onto a private patio garden.

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Heron & Mallard Cottages

These are mirror images of Finch and Bluebird. They face the Cloy Burn and Glen Cloy. All 4 make a picturesque group around the 4 private, fenced gardens which together form a sheltered suntrap.

As with all our cottages, they are finished to 5-star standards. Furnished thoughout with solid mahogany pieces (including the lovely sleigh beds), gilt-framed pictures and a fascinating collection of “objets”, they are far more special and stylish that the word “cottage” conveys.

Full, controllable, underfloor central heating ensures warmth and comfort all year round. The sitting rooms are particularly light and spacious and each has a classic, limestone chimney-piece with electric fire to make a grand focal point. Each bedroom (one twin and one double per cottage) has its own bathroom en suite. The “master” bathrooms even have walk-in digital showers as well as whirlpool baths. “Heron” and “Mallard” also have sofabeds to accommodate a fifth person, who will also have access to his or her own further half-bathroom.

Heron Cottage

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Mallard Cottage

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Peacock Cottage

Peacock Cottage is named for our tame and friendly peacocks, who seem especially attracted to it: they occasionally perch on the bedroom window ledges or come to the kitchen door looking for treats. It is a light and spacious house with large en suite bedrooms and a living room which has windows on three sides, including French windows onto its private patio and garden. It has an upright piano in the hall.

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Wren Cottage

Wren Cottage is probably the most “cottage-like” of them all. It is a cosy, fresh and bright holiday home, facing south onto the Stable Court, across its own small front garden.

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Dove Cottage

Together with Peacock and Wren Cottage, Dove Cottage forms four sides of what was originally the stable courtyard. Made up of the renovated dovecote and smithy, the cottage consists of two spacious bedrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen and a particularly light sitting room.

Dove Cottage offers not only a pretty fenced-in garden with a wisteria draped pergola, but also a second sitting area facing south, perfect for afternoon tea or sundowners.

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Kilmichael Deluxe Cottages
Glen Cloy
By Brodick
Isle of Arran KA27 8BY
 
Call Kilmichael Deluxe Cottages
+44 (0)1770 302 219

Island Location

Kilmichael Deluxe Cottages Arran are peacefully situated in the beautiful grounds of Kilmichael House in the magical seclusion of High Glen Cloy, but just two miles from the ferry, and within healthy walking distance of the village, as well as one of the island’s 7 golf courses - and the leisure facilities at the Auchrannie Spa Resort, which are fully open to the public.

Beautiful Arran - Glencloy from the mansion house
The magical Isle of Arran is irresistible in its variety and magnificence: spectacular scenery, prehistoric standing stones, the mysterious giants’ graves, basking sharks and grey seals, eagles and deer, red squirrels and otters, sites of special scientific interest, fascinating geological formations, burns, mountains, fells and waterfalls, golf galore and daring adventure activities from hang-gliding to speedboating, as well as simply idyllic perfect peace.
 
Make Kilmichael your special part of it.
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