Thorncliffe Cottage, Brodick
- Sleeps 2
- Saturday Changeovers
- Private patio
- Close to all Brodick village amenities
- The owner of this property has been granted the temporary Existing Host Licence with North Ayrshire Council Reference NA0078C, pending the full licence application.
You can contact owner Mrs Roberts at the Contact Owner link above
or by telephone07786 658366
Thorncliffe Cottage offers very comfortable accommodation for one or two people. The Cottage has panoramic views over Brodick Bay and Goatfell. It is approximately 300 metres from the ferry, at the top of a hill overlooking Arran’s main Co-op supermarket. There is a small enclosed pation area with outdoor furniture for the sole use of our guests and faces due South so any sun can be enjoyed here.
- The property has a fully equipped kitchen with fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher.
- There is a wet room, a living/dining room and double bedroom.
- The cottage has electric central heating.
- To the rear is a large storage area with tumble dryer where golf clubs, bikes etc. can be stored securely.
- Linen and towels are provided and there is on road public parking.
- A car is not essential for many guests, due to the location of the property, as shops and many eating out establishments are located nearby in Brodick. However, given the slightly hilly terrain, some may prefer to use a car.
- Sea View
- Central heating
- TV, DVD player, CD Player
- Free WiFi
- Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Tumble Drier, Dishwasher, Electric Cooker, Microwave, Fridge/Freezer, Washing Machine
- 1 double bedroom with double bed, 1 living room, kitchen, wet room, dining table and chairs to seat 4, I settee, I armchair.
- Linen & Towels Provided
- Private outdoor seating area and large store room
- Own gate and entrance.
- The Isle of Arran is often referred to as ‘Scotland in Miniature’ as nearly every kind of scenery you see in Scotland can be seen on the Island. It is a paradise for walkers and nature lovers with golden eagles, otters, red squirrels and red deer amongst the wildlife on the island. There are 7 golf courses.
- Brodick is the main ferry port, 55 minutes sail from Ardrossan on the Ayrshire Coast. On arriving in Brodick, there are buses that depart the ferry terminal to the whole Island. Brodick has a number of shops, cafes and restaurants, most within walking distance. These include Brodick Brasserie, Crofters, Little Rock, Janie’s Tearoom, Copperwheats and The Parlour. There is also Hooked and Cooked – a fish and chip shop located near the ferry port. The Douglas Hotel and Auchrannie Spa Resort are also nearby.
- There are gift and craft shops in the village and the Duchess’s Court Yard at Cladach is the home of Arran Sense of Scotland (previously known as Arran Aromatics), the Arran Cheese shop and Janie’s café with delicious home made soups and cakes.
- Brodick is also where you will find Brodick Castle and its magnificent grounds, once the island home to the Duke of Montrose. The Bay and Village are dominated by Goat Fell, the highest mountain on the Island.
- Entry time on day of arrival: 2pm. Checkout is 10.30am. Further information on the area can be found at https://www.visitarran.com/