A Brand New Holiday Experience!


The Dairy

Our accommodation is finished to a very high standard. 

Our unique self-catering conversion adjoining the main farmhouse is really something special. Every room in ‘The Dairy’ was once part of the old farm. Offering one double bedroom on the ground floor and one twin and one single bedroom on the first floor, all are furnished to an exceptional standard.

The main bedroom downstairs was previously the ‘dairy maids’ quarters. These young women would be responsible for all the milking and cheese making done on the farm. The smaller bedrooms were once part of the ‘cheese loft’ where the freshly made farm cheeses were stored until they had matured and were ready to sell.

The sitting room, once the original farmhouse kitchen, is just right for unwinding at the end of a fun packed day, complete with a real wood burning stove and Sky+ TV. The generously sized kitchen/dining room is fully equipped and is the perfect place in which to prepare and enjoy evening meals with friends or family. Along with the entrance hall, these two rooms made up the old dairy where the fresh milk would be chilled and stored until being made into butter and cheese.

Freshen up after a busy day in the shower room upstairs or the full sized bathroom downstairs. For those cooler evenings there is central heating throughout. We have included a secure storage unit outside for bicycles, golf clubs, fishing tackle, surfboards, tack etc and the entrance hall is a suitable drying area for outdoor clothes and equipment.

We are dog lovers ourselves and welcome responsible dog owners.

For Horses

The riders dream of their horse grazing a stone throw away comes true at Rhoin Holidays, with stables and paddocks adjacent to our beautiful dairy conversion. There are two spacious stone stables to choose from and fresh, clean grazing in view of the self-catering unit. There is ample parking space and a separate tack room for visiting horses. We always have haylage available and can supply other feed on request. We can accommodate six horses grazing and two horses stabled and your horse can stay for £3 per night.

There are lots of riding opportunities with superb sandy beaches only a short hack away and plenty of circular rides to choose from on forest tracks all over Kintyre. Maps can be provided and tracks are easy to find and follow.

What our guests are saying:

M & J Evans, Shropshire – “Superb in every way. A real ‘home from home’. We shall be back! Thank you.”

Mr & Mrs Aitken, Musselburgh – “Appreciated very much this lovely cottage, all the facilities, and location. Hope to see you again.”

Lindsay family, Thankerton – “Very warm, comfortable and well-appointed. Boys enjoyed the availability of Sky TV & WiFi. We loved the beach and surroundings.”

A & D MacRae, Paisley – “Had a wonderful stay – cottage very suitable for wheelchair user – everyone was very comfortable.”

C & J Connell and family, Wigan – “A huge thank you for the warm welcome. We have all had a fantastic holiday – loved the beach. We will be back.”

The Bearsden Cross Church walkers, Glasgow – “A warm and helpful welcome. We all enjoyed the comfortable accommodation, especially after coming off the Kintyre Way!”

The Gardiners, Uddingston - “Our second visit to the Dairy and it was wonderful again. Thankyou.”

McCarthy family, Dumbarton - “So many thanks for a lovely stay and thankful for all the little details (videos for kids, local books, information leaflets). Loved it and loved Kintyre and its beaches.”

A & J Coch, Germany - “Thank you so much for having us. We enjoyed the perfectly equipped flat and the peaceful surroundings!”

The Clayton family, Leeds - “A good visit. First time this area of Scotland. Stunning scenery, friendly people. Enjoyed local food. Not looking forward to returning to city noise! Look forward to return here.”

Ann, Stephen, Hannah & Harry, Uddingston- “We loved it so much we took another day off work to stay an extra night! It was total relaxation in luxury surroundings. Thankyou for being so kind. We will definitely be back.”