Isle of Arran Wildlife
Often described as being the best of Scotland in one island, the Isle of Arran was recently voted as Travellers’ Choice® 2013 Winner in the category of UK Islands.
The Isle of Arran is twenty miles long by ten miles wide and has only has three main roads, it’s geography contrasting mountainous terrain in the north, with more gentle, undulating hills towards the south of the island. Given the combination of terrain and stunning vista of Goat Fell it’s perhaps no surprise that the island is known to be a favourite of mountain bikers and walkers alike.
Tourists and visitors are well catered for with attractions including Arran Distillery, Brodick Castle, a choice of golf courses and the mysterious Machrie Moore Stone Circles. Add to that some beautiful villages, nice places to eat and local craft shops spread across a beautiful island steeped in history and culture.
The Isle of Arran is easy to reach from Fencefoot Farm Cottage in Fairlie. After a short drive down the Clyde coast to Ardrossan Ferry Terminal, crossings can be made by foot, bike or car. Caledonian MacBrayne offer two sailings to the island in the summer months and one in the off season. Stagecoach also offer a bus service to the island.
Fencefoot Farm Cottage
Self Catering Scotland
If you're looking for self catering holiday cottages, Scotland has a hidden gem in Fencefoot Farm Cottage. A cosy self catering holiday cottage for short breaks in Scotland.
Breaks In Scotland
Located on the Clyde coast and perfect for exploring some of the most stunning scenery in the world; the mountains, coast and islands of Scotland.
Fresh Local Produce
Choose from a selection of fine wines and local beers, smoked produce, locally caught fish and shellfish, with fresh bread baked daily on the premises.
Pet Friendly Cottages
Friends, family, children and pets - visit Scotland and bring them all! Everyone is made welcome at Fencefoot Farm Cottage in Fairlie near Largs.