8 Hamilton Terrace
Lamlash, Isle of Arran
8 Hamilton Terrace offers charming and quaint self-catering accommodation in Lamlash, Isle of Arran only 10 mins from the ferry terminal and in the prettiest village on the island. The cottage has recently been refurbished and modernised to a very high standard. It is the perfect location to escape to the country and unwind, relax and remove the stress of the hustle and bustle of modern life. The property has outstanding views over Lamlash Bay and Holy Isle and is situated across from Lamlash village green.
The Isle of Arran or often called 'Scotland in Miniature' is home to lots of wildlife from red squirrels, red deer to Golden Eagles. Evidence of being situated in the Gulf Stream is seen by the palm trees, lilies and abundant vegetation growing naturally on Arran.
Part of Lamlash Bay is Scotland’s first ‘No Take Zone’, this protects the sea bed and marine life which has led to an increase in the amount of sea and bird life in the area. The coastline is varied and driving round the island provides scenery of majestic peaks and ridges to rolling wooded hills sweeping down to the sea with many beautiful long sandy beaches and interesting beaches with cleats and rock pools.
The Isle of Arran has excellent public transport (bus) with the bus stop being a stone’s throw from the cottage.
AccommodationOur superb property with Air Source Heat Pump central heating system has 3 bedrooms that sleep a maximum of up to 8 people. The accommodation comprises of:
Lounge: comes with comfortable seating, smart TV, Alexa and log burner. The large bay window with boxed seating offers a magnificent view no matter what the weather. The lounge also offers a ‘Nook’ area with two authentic church pews and table suitable for board games, card games and also a peaceful place to read. The cottage has an abundance of board games and jigsaws to provide families the opportunity to have an ‘old fashioned’ holiday without the hassles of the modern world.
Dining Room/Kitchen: The extremely modern fitted kitchen offers a range of excellent appliances: cooker, Bosch washing machine, microwave, fridge, freezer and Nespresso machine. The kitchen/dining area that provides sitting for 8, provides a super communal space and social area for leisurely lunches and evening meals.
Bathroom: The recently modernised bathroom comprising of a bath, Mira electric shower, WC and wash hand basin.
Bedroom 1: The downstairs bedroom comprises of a double bed, large wardrobe and amply additional drawer space.
Bedroom 2: The upstairs front bedroom comprises of a double bed and single bed along with a hanging areas and amply drawer space. The bedroom has the most wonderful view of the Lamlash Bay and Holy Isle.
Bedroom 3: The upstairs back bedroom comprises of a double bed and single bed. The room has a large wardrobe and chest of drawer.
Outside Area: Situated directly outside the house in front of the bay window hosts a large bench for having your leisurely morning coffee and watching the world go by. Opposite the house is a communal grass area suitable for sitting out on and in the evening having a barbeque? There is a grass area slightly to the left of the property and directly across the road there is the Lamlash green which is directly beside the beach/sea
Bed linen and towels are not provided.
Visiting Lamlash & Exploring the Isle of ArranLamlash is a great base for exploring Arran, which is one large outdoor adventure play ground that has something or everyone. It has excellent eateries and pubs for the evening and many coffee shops for during the day.
If it is adventure you want Arran is the right place for you. There are numerous beautiful walking routes several starting on the door step directly from Lamlash. Walks range from the leisurely to the more strenuous ie. going up Goatfell (2,866 ft) or if you are a mountaineer the mountains can offer many challenges. Cyclists are a common site on the roads and bikes/e-bikes are available to rent in Brodick.
If you like sport, Lamlash offers a range of options: The Arran Outdoor Education Centre, the Lamlash Golf Club, The Arran Yacht Club and Arran Coastal Rowing Club, a bowling green, putting green, tennis courts and the Arran Campus with its indoor sports facilities.
Lots of excellent attractions are on the Isle of Arran:
• Brodick Castle (National Trust), Adventure playground and adventure centre.
• Isle of Arran boasts two whisky distilleries: at Lochranza and Lagg.
• Holy Isle - a short ferry (10 mins) can take you to Holy Isle to climb, walk around and to view Lamlash Bay from a different angle. Holy Isle is a Buddhist retreat and is used as a sacred site, dedicated to being a place of peace and well being.
• Arran Art Trail.
• King's Cave - legend has it that Robert the Bruce got inspiration here after watching a spider.
• Machrie Moor Stone Circle - a prehistoric monument.
• Isle of Arran Heritage Museum.
• Arran Cheese Factory.
• Golf - there are 7 golf courses on the island with costs ranging from £15 per round or an island pass can be bought.
• Fishing - fishing on the island is regulated via a permit system.
Rates: From £500 to £650 to per week depending on season (this includes electric).
Cleaning Fee:costs £40.
Weekly: The house is let on a weekly basis: normally from Saturday (leaving the property by 10am) to Saturday.
Long weekends: Long weekends are also available dependent on availability (minimum stay 3 nights).
Maximum of 8 people.
Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Off street parking.
Please note that map locations may be approximate.
Some of the Amenities available are:Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
Open / Log / Gas Fire
Book this accommodation
To make a reservation or to request more information about staying at this accommodation
Call the owner, Susan Templeton on 07706 472192 or, send an email below.