The Old Farmhouse at Torr Nan Uain, by Kilmory, is arguably the most southerly property on the Isle of Arran.
Originally built in the late 19th century, the farmhouse has recently been fully, yet sympathetically renovated to a high standard to offer quality and comfort in traditional surroundings.
The traditional stone-built property is the perfect holiday retreat in a tranquil setting and enjoys spectacular uninterrupted views over the Firth of Clyde. The island of Ailsa Craig, a 1000 ft high volcanic plug, sits directly in the centre of this vista and can be seen from all the windows to the front of the property.
This lovely self catering holiday home is the original farmhouse. Set in a small hamlet of only 4 properties the location offers an ideal base to explore the whole island. Many guests comment on the serenity of the location and indeed you feel that you have truly escaped to island living. Wildlife, birds, red squirrels, cows and sheep are in abundance.
The house is well equipped, spacious, light and airy throughout and the delightful conservatory allows you to enjoy the magnificent views in comfort and warmth through all seasons.
The Old Farmhouse offers a real home from home experience and you will find yourself looking forward to returning to your holiday home after a day exploring the beautiful island of Arran. There is a spacious outside patio area with BBQ to enjoy eating al freso and after your meal you can enjoy a stroll along the beautiful safe sandy beach just a short walk from the property.
Please note there is a 800 metre farm road to reach this property which is reguarily maintained and is suitable for all road worthy vehicles. There is ample parking at the farmhouse for 3 vehicles if required.