Welcome to our Arran Holiday Cottages, Balnagore Moss Estate

Large Dog Friendly Holiday Homes - Isle of Arran

Discover the enchanting Balnagore Moss Estate, nestled on the serene west coast of Arran in the picturesque hamlet of Machrie. With our three charming, large, dog-friendly holiday accommodation, the estate provides the perfect retreat for families and groups seeking a tranquil haven surrounded by natural beauty. From the moment you arrive, you’ll be captivated by the stunning landscapes, combining sea, moorland, and hills, all crowned by the majestic Goat Fell peak.

Experience the warm and welcoming atmosphere of our thoughtfully restored farmhouses, Balnagore and Cairnfield, or the cosy single-storey “Arran”-style Rowanbank cottage. Each property is comfortably furnished and well-equipped, offering guests a home away from home. A short stroll takes you to a secluded beach or the nearby village, where you’ll find delightful shops, a bakery, a harbor shop, a butcher, and a well-stocked general store. Immerse yourself in the rich history and captivating scenery of Machrie, and create unforgettable memories with loved ones at Balnagore Moss Estate.

Three charming, dog-friendly holiday rental properties, accommodating up to 26 guests in total: Cairnfield (sleeps 10), Rowanbank (sleeps 5), and Balnagore (sleeps 11).

Minutes' walk to a peaceful, secluded beach and a short drive to many other sandy beaches.

Tranquil, scenic location in the picturesque hamlet of Machrie on the west coast of Arran, offering stunning views of the sea, moorland, hills, and Goat Fell peak.

Close proximity to a quaint village with a range of amenities, including shops, a bakery, a harbor shop, a butcher, and a well-equipped general store.

Easy access to nearby historical and archaeological sites, trekking stables, golf courses, and cafe's.

Perfect for family holidays and group getaways, with many returning guests and generations of families making it their preferred holiday destination.

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