this converted mill has views of the sea, which is 5 minutes walk away - and Arran in the distance. We welcome guests to stay in a cosy loft bedroom in an unusual and comfortable home.. A tranquil setting but less than an hour to Glasgow by train.
The listing is for the loft bedroom, which is accessed through the dining room. Breakfast is served at a mutually agreed time in the dining room
This is a quiet and peaceful space where you can recharge your batteries and benefit from the sea air!
Musicians especially welcome though please ask before having a go on the guitar, cello, piano!
As this is not a self-catering listing, the kitchen is off-limits apart from tea/coffee etc.
we welcome visitors and will provide information about local visitor attractions if needed. Happy to socialize or give you privacy if preferred.
This is an upper level apartment:
there are stairs, which may be difficult for those with limited mobility.
Guests are asked to vacate the room by midday on the day of departure.
Smoking is only permitted on the balconies.
Keen amateur musician - play cello in a Fiddle Band, an orchestra and a village band. I like walking,reading, cycling, swimming, people. Retired from NHS about 5 years ago, and making the most of my time doing things I love.
I enjoy visiting other countries and meeting new people. Air B and B appeals to me for this reason.
As well as living in this tranquil spot, which is soothing to the spirit, I also love Glasgow, for its buzz and people, so I spend quite a lot of time there. There is always something interesting going on and it is so easy to get to by train or car.
People tell me this is a welcoming space, and I hope that my guests will feel relaxed and comfortable staying here.
I have just completed El Camino de Santiago (October 2016) - a 500 mile pilgrimage across the north of Spain, carrying my backpack - and will offer special rates to fellow peregrinos on application, if they are prepared to bring with them their pilgrim's passport!
"Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken bird which cannot fly"