Rural Accommodation

Bellevue Farm Cottages

Self Catering
£250.00
 -  £450.00
Notes : per week
Bellevue Farm Cottages
Bellevue Farm, Blackwaterfoot
Isle of Arran
KA27 8EX
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Owner Information
Ailsa & Donald Currie
Ayrshire
Phone : 01770 860251
Welcome to bellevue farm cottages - self catering, isle of Arran.

Bellevue Farm Cottages are two self catering units situated on a traditional beef and sheep farm near Blackwaterfoot, Isle of Arran, Scotland, UK.

There are spectacular views over the Shiskine valley, Kilbrannan Sound and Kintyre.

Approximately 10 minutes walk from Blackwaterfoot village visitors are offered peace and quiet but are close to all village amenities.

Close to Blackwaterfoot visitors are within easy reach of a garage, general store, Post Office, butcher, baker, newsagent and bars and restaurants.

Bellevue is the perfect location for hill walking, golf, pony trekking, fishing, tennis, swimming and is close to the popular Balmichael Visitors centre which offers archery, quad bike trails a golf driving range, helicopter trips and many other attractions.
Accept Children 
Access to Golf Course 
BBQ 
Cycle Hire Available 
Dish Washer 
Facilities for Children 
Fishing Nearby 
Freezer 
Fridge 
Garden Patio 
Ground Floor Bedroom 
Linen Provided 
Microwave 
Parking On-Site 
Pony Trekking 
Pool 
Stabling 
Tennis Court 
Working Farm 

Maps

Things to see and do in Ayrshire

Robert Burns Heritage Centre
Robert Burns Heritage Centre

The museum will bring the Burns to life for the 21st century, celebrating his life, work and contribution to Scottish culture and inspiring every visitor. Please join us in supporting the redevelopment by visiting the appeals pages of the National Trust for Scotland website. During this exciting phase of redevelopment, business will carry on as normal, with as little disruption as possible for visitors to Alloway. Visitors will still be able to travel back in time in the atmospheric cottage in which Burns was born and walk in the footsteps of Tam o'Shanter to the haunted ‘Auld Kirk' and Brig o'Doon, immortalised in Burns's much loved tale and brought to life in the audio-visual presentation within the Tam o'Shanter Experience. The world's most significant Burns collection will also continue to be displayed in the current museum and the historic Burns Monument and beautiful commemorative gardens are a fitting tribute to the life of Scotland 's National Bard.
Scottish Industrial Railway Centre
Scottish Industrial Railway Centre

The Group was founded in 1974 with a view to preserving Scottish industrial railway heritage. This website chronicles the history of the Group and of industrial railways in Scotland, with particular reference to the former NCB system at Waterside, part of which the Group has preserved.
Blairquhan Castle
Blairquhan Castle

Blairquhan is one of the finest Regency castles in Scotland. The Castle has been discreetly modernised to provide very comfortable facilities and a unique location for visitors, guests and special events.
Dean Castle
Dean Castle

The Country Park, covering over 200 acres, boasts beautiful woodland walks, adventure playground, pets corner, visitor centre, tearoom, shop and a fantastic 14th century castle housing world class collections including historic weapons, armour and musical instruments.
Burns Cottage
Burns Cottage

Burns Cottage was built in 1757 by the hands of Robert Burns' father, William Burnes. On January 25, 1759, while the cold winter winds blew in from the Atlantic, it became the scene of Scotland's most famous birthday when Robert Burns was born. The simple Auld Clay Biggin where the World's most loved poet was born has long been a must-see destination. Famous visitors have included John Keats, Clark Gable and Muhammed Ali. The cottage has been fully restored to it original condition and includes audio-visual interpretation to bring to life the childhood world of Robert Burns.
Vikingar
Vikingar

Visitors entering the Vikingar experience will step into the most inspiring story in history - the saga of the Vikings in Scotland. From the earliest raids to defeat at the Battle of Largs, meet the Gods and Valkyries in Valhalla. Come face to face with Odin, the Viking God of War and walk with him into the Viking world of 700 years ago. Vikingar is the ultimate experience of history brought to life through sight, sound and smells.
Cleeves Cove Cave
Cleeves Cove Cave

Cleeves, or Cleaves, cove cave system is situated in the lower bed of carboniferous limestone. It measures around 500 feet if all the passages were put together. The caves are now well above the level of the Dusk Water and lie close to Cleeves Farm and Blair Mill on the Blair Estate.
Culzean Castle
Culzean Castle

Culzean is one of Scotland's best loved Castles, offering something for everyone to enjoy. Situated on the South Ayrshire coast, just off the A719, Culzean Castle is located 12 miles south of Ayr and 4 miles west of Maybole. Culzean has a long tradition of welcoming local people, members of The National Trust for Scotland and holiday makers from all around the world.
Pirate Petes
Pirate Petes

Pirate Petes is a Four Star Family Entertainment Centre based on Ayr Seafront. The centre is housed in and around The Pavilion, Ayr – The building was designed by J. K. Hunter in 1911 as an entertainments hall for the people of Ayrshire. The four corner minarets give a theme of the zany, seaside fantasy to this outstanding listed B buiding. The balusters, flanking the entrance forecourt, came from the original New Bridge 1787. It really is a building steeped in history.
The Ayrshire Coastal Path
The Ayrshire Coastal Path

The Ayrshire Coastal Path from Glenapp to Skelmorlie runs 100 miles along one of the finest panoramic coastlines in the British Isles. Crowned with a superb backdrop of the ever-changing profile of the mountains of Arran across the Firth of Clyde, this coastline is steeped in history and teeming with wildlife. The southern end of the Ayrshire Coastal Path now also connects to the Lochryan Coastal Path at Glenapp.