Bluebell Front View Isle of Arran

The history of Bluebell

Corrie, Isle of Arran

Bluebell (the name of our great grandfather’s fishing boat) is a traditional two storey detached holiday cottage standing in an elevated position in the historic and pretty centre of Corrie, on the Isle of Arran.

The cottage was built in c1870 by our great grandfather and has remained in the same family ownership throughout. The cottage is 6 miles north of Brodick which is the main ferry terminal.

Bluebell from the air!

Watch our short drone flyover video of our beautiful Bluebell cottage, Corrie, Isle of Arran!

The facilities at Bluebell Holiday Cottage Isle of Arran

Bluebell Holiday Cottage Double Bedroom

Bluebell holiday cottage can accommodate up to 5 people. There is a king size bed in the main room, with twin beds and a single bed in the 2nd and 3rd bedrooms respectively.

Bluebell Holiday Cottage Kitchen

The kitchen is well equipped, with oven, dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave, and full washing and drying facilities.

Bluebell Holiday Cottage Dining Room and Sitting Room
Dining / Sitting Room

The sitting room is furnished with sofas, a cosy multifuel stove, Smart TV and CD/radio player. It also has a dining table and chairs in the bay window with panoramic views of the Clyde.

Bluebell Holiday Cottage, Isle of Arran, Bathroom

The bathroom at Bluebell holiday cottage Isle of Arran has a bath with overhead electric shower unit, toilet, hand wash basin and heater for those cooler mornings and evenings!

A rainbow over Corrie looking towards Bluebell

The beautiful surrounding area

Corrie, Isle of Arran

Corrie benefits from the Corrie Hotel which is approximately 300 yards from Bluebell and Mara Fish Bar & Deli.

The Ferry Rock is close by and this was for decades the arrival and departure point for visitors coming to Corrie from ‘doon the watter’ and Glasgow beyond.


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Bluebell, Isle of Arran

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