Millport is in the Guinness Book of Records for having "the house with the narrowest frontage in the world". There is also an 18th century building recorded as Europe’s Smallest Cathedral. Isle of Cumbrae has only 11 miles of gentle roads make it very popular for cycling; bicycles be hired in the village. There are many low level walks around and across the island. The Glaidstone is the highest point on the island at 127 metres above sea level and a triangulation pillar is located on the hill. The local 18 hole golf course is only a quarter of a mile from Bramble Cottage on Golf Road. From the course you are provided with a stunning view over to the Isle of Bute, Arran and the upper Clyde estuary. The roads on Cumbrae skirt round the edges of the island meaning you are never far from the sea or accessing the coastline making water sports, kayaking or sea fishing very easy. This close proximately to the sea means great opportunities to spot seals, porpoises, basking sharks and numerous birds. Great Cumbrae Island is a delightful place to visit and explore.