Attractive sandstone house in the centre of Lamlash on the seafront. Lovely views from bedrooms. Bus-stop nearby. Close to all amenities, pubs, tea-rooms; kayaks can be launched in front of the house, cycles can be stored. Maps and walking directions available. Drying. Ferry to Holy Isle leaves from nearby pier. Rear garden rises up behind the house with a great view from the top. Own hens providing eggs for breakfast. Friendly welcome.
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Young at heart though mother of 4 and a granny. I am an outdoor type and enjoy walking our dog Baxter.
I was recommended to become an AirBnB hostess by my daughter Alice who lets a room in her lovely Glasgow apartment and I am enjoying meeting the young (mostly) who come to visit.
Andrew and I have only lived on Arran 7 years. We came here as hotel managers, fell in love with the place and bought Ivybank. We do BnB in the main house and have an adjacent cottage which we rent out.
Andrew's passion is golf and he is happy to take any golfing guests round Lamlash course. (We have 7 golf-courses on Arran). In the summer months Andrew works part time at the Arran distillery where he shows visitors around and explains the whisky making process. Needless say, we are both lovers of malt whisky, having both been born in Speyside, the home of the best.
Prior to coming here we lived in the Lake District, where the children were born. I miss the Lakeland fells but I do get enthusiastic about our amazing ridges and glens here. I am happy to recommend our walks here, whether coastal, wooded, hilly or mountainous.
Glasgow isn't far - where we get our culture - a ferry crossing and a short train ride. I have to get off the island some times!