Best holiday rental deals in Isle of Bute
591 great rentals from 24 partner websites, including TripAdvisor and FlipKey, are available in Isle of Bute. By comparing these different offers, HomeToGo features the best deals as well as the highest rated lettings in Isle of Bute.
Recommended holiday lettings in Isle of Bute
Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Isle of Bute from just £28 per night
Recommended pet-friendly holiday lettings
Most popular holiday lettings with a fireplace
Top holiday lettings with fishing spots nearby
Popular holiday rental amenities in Isle of Bute
The Weather in Isle of Bute
Check out the climate diagram for Isle of Bute. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Isle of Bute, with temperatures falling below 2°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Savour rich food and history with an Isle of Bute holiday letting
Located in the Firth of Clyde in Scotland, the Isle of Bute is arguably one of the United Kingdom's most special holiday destinations. Neolithic remains, monasteries and delicious local cuisine await you on this astoundingly beautiful island.
Stock up on the Isle of Bute's fresh produce at the organic food market in Rothsay - Macqueens is the place to purchase island lamb, while Richie's Smokehouse has sold mouthwatering smoked fish and cheese since 1888. For local ales, stop by Bute Brew Company.
Grab a tasty ice cream in Ettrick, a beachside resort town with a charming tea room. Later on, wind up your day by holing up in a cosy pub at Kingarth. Don't forget to try 'sheese', Bute's own vegan cheese.
Mount Stuart and museums
Take a trip to Mount Stuart, built by the Marquess of Bute. This remarkable Gothic revival stately home is surrounded by three hundred acres of manicured grounds and gardens, while the interior takes inspiration from the medieval age, with stained glass windows depicting the signs of the zodiac. Throughout the ornate rooms, you'll discover artworks by Titian and other masters. There's even a first-edition Shakespeare folio.
Bute Museum offers a fascinating overview of the island's natural and archaeological history, from Neolithic times through to the 20th century. Learn about Bute's unique geology, flora and fauna along with its fascinating human stories.
Walks in Bute
The best way to see Bute is by walking, exploring its nature and many hidden lanes. Near Kingarth, you'll find the ruined Monastery of Saint Blaine, which was once raided by Vikings. Remnants of a prehistoric hill fort are still visible nearby, overlooking the sea. Meanwhile, the soft blue mountains of Arran unfold in the distance.
Among the island's many beautiful beaches, tranquil St Ninians is a fantastic choice. Scalpsies Bay, with its swathes of wild flowers, is another fine place for a relaxing stroll.
We compare more than 800 providers, including: