WESTVIEW COTTAGE self catering cottage  

   is set to the left of Clisham and is situated in

  the peaceful seashore village of Pirnmill on the

  north west coast of Arran, with wonderful

  views of the sea, the Kintyre peninsula and the

  evening sunsets.



The picturesque village of Pirnmill nestles between the shore and the rambling hills, with the main cluster of homes being central to the village shop (with off licence)  Post Office and the highly rated Lighthouse Restaurant, all within a 2 minute walk from the cottage.

Here you can experience nature on your door step.

Dolphins have been seen playing, almost demanding the attention of the village, as they make their way through the water and around the island.

Watch red squirrels frolic in the garden and note the bird life is abundant.

There is lots more, be prepared to be amazed!

 Westview Cottage is comfortable, tastefully decorated, and well equipped, with central heating and double glazing.  

The living room/dining room has a sea facing window with TV DVD and various games. It has a fully equipped kitchen with everything you should need:-  cooker microwave fridge/freezer washing machine iron/board utensils, plus breakfast bar.  

1 double room with sea views.

1 twin room.

The bathroom has a WC, bath/shower, with shaver point and light above the sink

Bedding, linen and towels are all included.

A patio area with seating and table sits to the front of the cottage, which is set in its own garden.

Pets welcome, by prior arrangement only.


Wi Fi

Private parking

Disabled friendly


Price from £450-£575 a week

fair usage electricity included with weekly bookings

Short Breaks available Low Season

electricity charged for short breaks





 email  macdonald670@btinternet.com

  Tel 01770 850294

Terms & Conditions

£100 non refundable deposit with balance due week before arrival.


In the event of a cancellation, deposits made are non refundable.

We are a small establishment in a quiet part of the island and cancellations have a

knock on effect to our business, so strongly suggest you take out Holiday Insurance to cover this possiblity. 

If trust has been given with no deposit paid prior to holiday this needs to be paid.

Thank you


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