Isle of Arran hotels

Isle of Arran hotels


Isle of ArranWelcome to our page of hotel accommodation, information, attractions and places of interest on the Isle of Arran. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation from our list of hotels on the Isle of Arran.

The Island of Arran is situated on the south west coast of Scotland. It is frequently described as 'Scotland in Miniature' due to the beautiful high mountains and towering granite peaks in the north to peaceful sandy bays overlooked by palm trees growing in the warm climate of The Gulf Stream. There is plenty to occupy nature-lovers and bird-watchers with deer, pheasant, otter and eagle to be seen in the mountains, over 100 species of birds and colonies of seals near the coastal caves. Bronze Age Stone Circles and Brodick Castle are waiting to be explored and there are 7 challenging golf courses tempt the golfer. A ferry sails from the port of Ardrossan, the journey taking 55 minutes. Details of sailings and the cost for passengers and cars can be obtained from the ferry operators Caledonian MacBrayne. Also see Arran Bed and Breakfast


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Auchrannie Resort, Auchrannie Road, Brodick, KA27 8BZ
Book Online With a luxury spa and elegant rooms, Auchrannie Resort features 3 award-winning restaurants. Situated in Brodick, on the beautiful Isle of Arran, the hotel also has a beauty salon and gym.more details Auchrannie Resort Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Belvedere, Alma Road, Brodick, Brodick, KA27 8AZ
Book Online Belvedere Guest House offer comfortable, relaxed accommodation from an elevated position. Enjoy a wonderful view across Brodick Bay towards Goat Fell.more details Belvedere Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

The Douglas Hotel, Brodick, Isle of Arran, KA27 8AW
Book Online With panoramic views over Brodick Bay, The Douglas Hotel offers traditional home-cooked food and boutique bedrooms with free Wi-Fi. The historic hotel is a 10-minute walk from Brodick centre.more details The Douglas Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Glenisle Hotel, Shore Road, Lamlash, KA27 8LY
Book Online In the beautiful village of Lamlash on the Isle of Arran, this traditional Scottish hotel looks directly across the sea to Holy Island.more details Glenisle Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Lamlash Bay Hotel, Shore Road, Lamlash, KA27 8LU
Book Online The Lamlash Bay Hotel is on the Isle of Arran, 150 metres from the beach. It offers panoramic views over Brodick Bay, rooms with free Wi-Fi and an Italian restaurant. Modern rooms are decorated in light shades and feature flat-screen TVs.more details Lamlash Bay Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Visitor attractions and information - Isle of Arran

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Attractions Brodick Castle, Garden & Country Park, Isle of Arran, KA27 8HY. Tel (01770) 302202. Brodick Castle, its gardens and country park stretch from the shore to the highest peak on Arran. Crossing from the mainland, the journey is memorable with spectacular views of Goatfell from the ferry. The original castle was built some time after 1266 for the Stewarts of Menteith. During the Wars of Independence it was held by the English until retaken by the Scots in 1307. Today's visitor is more likely to see the work that began in 1844, in effect to convert the castle into a stately home for the Hamiltons. On the east coast of Isle of Arran.

Brodick Castle, Garden & Country Park
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Attractions The Isle of Arran Heritage Museum, Brodick. The Isle of Arran Heritage Museum, founded in 1976 (open to the public in 1979) is on the main road, at Rosaburn, just north of Brodick, on the beautiful Island of Arran. Originally the site of a small school, the present group of buildings were a croft and smiddy, and include a farmhouse, cottage, bothy, milk house, laundry, stable, coach house and harness room. The exhibits reflect the social history, archaeology and geology of the island.. On the east coast of the Isle of Arran.

The Isle of Arran Heritage Museum

Attractions Isle of Arran Distillery, Lochranza. Tel: 01770 830264. The Distillery, nestled below the high mountains in Lochranza bay, produces a delightful range of whiskies without the use of peat in our process or caramel for artificial colouring - thus ensuring our products are true to the character of the Island and as such are 'the true spirit of nature'. The Visitor Centre is open from March to October each year, with its highly rated restaurant. On the north coast of the Isle of Arran.

Isle of Arran Distillery

Attractions Lochranza Castle, Isle of Arran. Lochranza Castle is located about 15 miles north of Brodick, the capital of the Isle of Arran. Once a hunting lodge of the Scottish Kings, this 14th century castle is now in ruins, but is very picturesque. On the north coast of the Isle of Arran.

Lochranza Castle

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