Cottages in Kintyre

Cottages in Kintyre that will let you experience the very best of Kintyre including natural beauty, tradition, hospitality, cuisine and more. browse our listings by type - and area to find teh options that suit you the best.

Killean House Kintyre sleeps 20

Killean house is a splendid Grade A listed castle in the Scots Baronial style, which was built in the early 1880’s and extended in 1907.

Dolls Houses Knityre sleeps 4

Designed by the renowned architect JJ Burnet, these two pairs of remarkably distinguished Arts & Craft semi-detached cottages are ‘A’ listed as being of outstanding architectural & historical importance.

Bracken Cottage Kintyre sleeps 4

With a stylish contemporary decor, Bracken has proven to be one of the most popular of the courtyard cottages.

Prim Rose Cottage Kintyre sleeps 4

Set on the seafront side of the courtyard with the most amazing 180 degree views over the coastline, this lovely cottage is the perfect setting for a family holiday or a romantic get-a-way.

Blaeberry Cottage Kintyre sleeps 5

With one of the best locations on the courtyard, Blaeberry offers stunning coastal views.

Gate Lodge Knityre sleeps 6

An adorable Grade ‘B’ listed building, built of stone with over-hung eaves and slate roof. The gate lodge is situated at the entrance gates to the Main Drive, within its own garden area.

Garden House Kintyre sleeps 6

Set in a lovely tropical garden setting, The Garden House is the oldest building on the estate dating from the 1800’s and offers two completely separate apartments.

Honeysuckle Cottage Kintyre sleeps 6

The largest of the courtyard cottages, Honeysuckle sleeps 6 people in 4 bedrooms. It also has the best position on the south-west corner with stunning coastal views.

Thistle Cottage, Kintyre, sleeps 6

A lovely spacious cottage located on the south-facing aspect with stunning coastal and farmland views.

Villa House Kintyre sleeps 9

The Villa is a beautifully appointed semi-detached, late Georgian property, with tall ceilings and traditional sash windows giving exceptional views across the coastal plain towards the islands of the Southern Hebrides beyond.