Isle of Arran - Machrie
Machrie is a village on the Isle of Arran in the Firth of Clyde,
Scotland. Machrie Bay can be found on the West Coast.
It is most well known
for its Standing Stones that are a local tourist attraction, along
with the King's Cave which was believed to have been used by Robert
Machrie Moor is the
site of a number of neolithic structures dating back up to 4500
years ago. These include the six Machrie Moor Stone Circles, and
Moss Farm Road Stone Circle. The standing stones were dated back to
approximately 2500 years ago but excavations in the 1980s uncovered
elaborate timber structures and stone circles which dated back even
further in history.
Balnagore Moss Estate
Just one of our properties
Tel: 01403 822364
Balnagore Moss Estate offers two substantial former farmhouses and a
single-storey “Arran”-style cottage for holiday rental.
Cairnfield – Sleeps 10
Rowanbank – Sleeps 5
Balnagore – Sleeps 11
three well-appointed properties are situated on the undisturbed west
coast of Arran in the hamlet of Machrie, an area of outstanding
natural beauty and a haven for wildlife.
Each house affords stunning views of the surrounding countryside; a
mixture of sea, moorland and hills, with the famous Goat Fell peak
in the distance.
Less than a mile away is the Machriewater river for fishing,
Machrie’s 9 hole golf course, tea room, tennis court and children’s
play area. There is access here to the unspoilt seashore.
Two miles to the
north is The Old Byre sheepskin shop and restaurant.
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