The Granary ref: CC539022

Kilmory, Isle of Arran, Ayrshire & Arran

Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star Self Catering



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  • Dishwasher 
  • Garden / Patio 
  • Sea View 
  • Pets – no charge 
  • Cot Available 
  • Washing Machine 
  • Working Farm 
  • Coastal within 1 mile 
  • Coastal within 3 miles 
  • Coastal within 5 miles 


The Granary is a lovely former granary, located on a working farm on the Isle of Arran and boasts stunning views over the sea and beyond to the lonely isle of Ailsa Craig. On wet weather days these amazing views can still be enjoyed from the large, bright yet cosy conservatory. The sumptuous scenic delights can also be experienced from the delightful window of the master bedroom where guests can unwind watching the ever changing light across the water. From the cottage a farm track leads to a sandy and secluded beach, which was featured in the film ’ The Governess’ starring Minnie Driver.

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Accommodation details

Ground floor

Property has gas central heating and comprises:
Open plan lounge/dining/kitchen
Lounge Area: With TV, DVD, radio/CD and doors leading out to patio with lovely sea views.
Kitchen/Dining Area: With island unit housing electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine; dining table and chairs
Conservatory: With dining furniture; a bright spacious room with views across the water
Bedroom 1: With double bed and cot, en suite facilities accessed from both bedroom and hallway (door within bedroom can be locked to enhance privacy) comprising shower enclosure, WC and wash basin.

First floor

Bedroom 2: With two single beds Bedroom 3: With king sized bed and en suite facilities comprising enclosed shower, WC and wash basin

Second floor

Third floor

Fourth floor


All fuel, power, bed linen and towels included. Cot available.


Large patio for al fresco dining, outdoor furniture, open garden area mainly laid to grass, path leading from garden to beach. Sea views from both property and garden. Off road parking for 2 cars. Please note: This is a working farm with sheep and cows.
  • Nearest town
  • Shops
    5 Miles
  • Distance
    16 Miles
  • Restaurant
    1 Mile or 5 Miles or 8 Miles
  • Nearest railway station
  • Pub
    1 Mile or 5 Miles or 8 Miles
  • Railway station distance
    31.0 miles
  • Lake
    10/15 Minute walk

About the local area

In addition to being Scotland’s second largest Island, the contrasting landscape found on the Isle of Arran has given rise to its nickname as ’Scotland in miniature’. And it is easy to see why. From the rugged mountains in the north to the gentle rolling countryside of the south, the island is a mirror image of the Scottish landscape. Walkers of all abilities will enjoy the network of trails crisis crossing the island and offering a terrific range of walks from coast to forest trails and ridge scrambling. Goatfell is the highest point at just under 3000 feet and well worth the effort for the view across the Clyde to Cumbrae, Great Cumbrae and Bute. Arran is also a haven for spotting wildlife and even while waiting for the ferry to arrive keen eyed visitors may catch a glimpse of a porpoise or dolphin. Deer are common sight particularly over the moorlands and the lucky few may get to see a golden eagle soaring overhead. Arran can be an addictive holiday destination with visitors returning time after time. One of its beat features is its size and the ease of getting around. It is a dream location for cyclists. The circumnavigation of the island is a classic road trip and can be achieved in a day. For golfers there are seven courses spread around the island and Shiskine Links is named amongst the best 100 in Britain. For foodies the Taste of Arran network offers an impressive range from seasonal produce and locally reared beef and lamb to oatcakes and preserves to locally caught langoustines. From Lamlash a short ferry trip can be taken over to Holy Isle with its long spiritual history stretching back to the 6th century. It also has an ancient healing spring. When approaching Arran it is possible to catch a tantalising glimpse of Brodick Castle at the foot of the mountains. This is the only island country park in Britain and is a great day out. Visitors will enjoy its superb display of rhododenron, the castle’s fabulous collection of valuable artifacts and over ten miles of way marked trails.

Things to do nearby

Culsean Castle

Culzean Castle, located 12 miles south of Ayr, is one of Scotland's best loved castles. So much so that an illustration of it adorns the £5 notes issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland.

Dalgarven Mill - Museum of Country Life and Costume

Take a step back into the past at the Dalgarven Mill, one of Scotland's tallest surviving grain mills.

Scottish Maritime Museum

The Scottish Maritime Museum is based on Irvine's Harbourside and has a wealth of ship models on display.

The Ayrshire Coastal Path

Ayrshire is located in the south west of Scotland. It is `Rabbie Burns' country and famous for its high quality golf courses.

Rothesay Golf Club

This famous course is perfect for those wishing to combine a challenging game with beautiful scenery.

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