Isle of Arran, Ayrshire
Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3
This listing was set live on the 29th July 2018
Holiday home facilities
Holiday home facilities
Ashlea Caravan is set in its own private and sheltered south facing garden, in Corriegills, one mile south of Brodick ferry terminal, ideally situated for exploring the Isle of Arran - 'Scotland in Miniature' - one of the most accessible Scottish Islands. Sleeping up to 6 people with a maximum 4 adults, the spacious 3 bedroomed caravan is double glazed and centrally heated, and provides the following accommodation:-
Sitting/Dining Area: fully furnished to provide comfortable seating, and is equipped with sofas, dining table, TV with freeview, and DVD player. There is a gas fire to add cosy warmth when required.
Kitchen: fully fitted with gas cooker, microwave, fridge and freezer, kettle and a good selection of crockery, cutlery and utensils.
Bedrooms: one double en-suite, and two twin bedrooms, all provided with pillows, duvets and bed linen.
Bathrooms: main bathroom with toilet, basin and shower, and an en-suite with toilet and basin
Shed: housing the washing machine and dryer
Parking: there is a parking space for one vehicle
Bed Linen/Electricity/Gas: included in the rental price (please bring your own personal towels)
Heating: full gas central heating as well as the gas fire in the lounge.
Changeover day: for weekly bookings is usually Saturday. (Easter Good Friday is available as an arrival day). We also take a minimum of 3 night bookings during off peak periods.
Couples Discount: 10% discount for occupancy of 2 people during off peak periods.
Check-in/Out Times: Check-in is 4pm and Check-out is 10am.
The Isle of Arran is accessible by ferry from Ardrossan Harbour in North Ayrshire to Brodick and in summer by an additional ferry from Claonaig on the Kintyre peninsula to Lochranza. If coming by car via Ardrossan, booking with Caledonian MacBrayne Ltd is stongly recommended - General Enquiries 01475 650100 or www.calmac.co.uk. A car is strongly recommended if travelling with young children or heavy luggage as the one mile journey to the caravan from Brodick Ferry terminal is all up hill.
Arran offers something for everyone - walking, cycling, horse riding, 7 golf courses, gorge walking, segway tours, plenty of local crafts, visitor and historical attractions, together with hotels, bars, restaurants and tea rooms in abundance. See www.visitarran.com for more information on activities. Arran is also one part of 'The Coig' - five great driving routes discovering an authentic experience of Scotland travelling around the Clyde Coast and Islands. www.thecoig.com/area/arran/