Bridgend Cottages and Campsite on the Isle of Arran is up for sale.
There can be few more satisfying pleasures than waking up on a sun-kissed morning and savouring a view such as that from Shiskine on the Isle of Arran across the steel-blue Kilbrannan Sound to the remote fastness of the Mull of Kintyre.
This is what campers and holidaymakers sign up for year after year at the idyllic Bridgend Campsite and its associated cottages, and now the opportunity to own the property is being offered on a joint basis by DM Hall, one of Scotland’s leading firms of Chartered Surveyors and Watermans Solicitors and Estate Agents with offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The perennially popular holiday accommodation is perfectly situated for exploring Arran’s wild West Coast, which stretches for 25 miles from Lochranza to Kilmory, while at the same time it is only a short hop across the winding String Road to all the facilities of Brodick.
The substantial site nestles halfway up the Shiskine Glen from Blackwaterfoot and consists of 15 pitches for camper vans, caravans or tents, all with electricity hook-ups, and all the comforts associated with a first-rate, customer-focused operation.
The two cottages, which attract rentals of between £350 and £500 pcm, have been converted from an old stable block and retain an old-world Highland charm while tapping into up-to-the-minute technologies such as solar panels and heat pumps.
Cottage number two has decking for enjoying a chilled glass on soporific summer evenings and also has a paved rear garden – both cottages are sociable spaces with a homely and welcoming feel.
A spokesperson for DM Hall & Watermans said: “With its proximity and fast ferry links to the Central Belt, Arran has always been a magnet for domestic holidaymakers as well foreign tourists, and now the Road Equivalent Tariff, which dramatically reduces ferry fares, makes it more attractive than ever.
“The Bridgend Campsite and its associated properties are extremely well-positioned to take advantage of a surge in tourist activity which, at this time, shows no sign of abating.
“This is not only a rarely available and inherently viable business proposition but also a most desirable lifestyle opportunity. Interest is likely to be quick and fast and expressions of interest should be submitted without delay to Anthony Zdanowicz at DM Hall or Alistair Lee at Watermans.”
Bridgend Cottages and Campsite is currently on the market for £375,000.