Belvedere Cottage is our custom-built self-catering property, adjacent to Belvedere Guest House. From the cottage, you can enjoy an unrivalled picture postcard view across Brodick Bay towards Goat Fell, the tallest mountain on the island.
The cottage sleeps four, with a ground floor en-suite double room and a twin room with a separate bathroom upstairs.
The living area is fully equipped, as you would expect, with digital TV, DVD, Hi-Fi etc. The kitchen area has a fridge-freezer, cooker, microwave, dishwasher etc., together with sufficient crockery, cutlery and seating for up to five. There is free Wi-Fi in the Cottage.
Our Summer season runs from 31st March until 30th September each year:
Our Winter season runs from 1st October until 30th March each year:
Please note that our self-catering cottage sleeps a maximum of 5 people (additional guests accommodated on sofa-bed), for larger parties please call us on 01770 302 397 to discuss your requirements.
Belvedere was built in 1920 by a retiring sea captain, who brought back South American mahogany as ship’s ballast, from which the doors and skirtings are made.
Visitors have been coming to Belvedere ever since, some returning over many years.
It is important that you understand the difference between a hotel and a guest house. A hotel may employ additional staff to provide concierge and valet services. A guest house does not. Here, you are staying in someone’s home, as their guest. We ask you to respect this distinction.
Belvedere Guest House
Isle of Arran