Isle of Arran




Isle of Arran

The Isle of Arran is truly a magical Island. Only 55 minutes by ferry from Ayrshire, you arrive to a stunning and diverse Island. The North has rugged mountains with U shaped valleys, and lochs. While the South has rolling hills and is in contrast to the North, thus Arran is known as "Scotland in minature".

Brodick Castle, Isle of Arran

Brodick Bay is dominated by Goatfell. Brodick Castle & Gardens  is a "must see" while you are on the Island

Lochranza, Isle of Arran

At the North end, Lochranza is in an amazing setting with the
ancient Castle on a spit that juts out in to the sea loch.
The distillery is also in Lochranza and it produces award winning spirits.

Paddle Steamer Waverley, Isle of Arran

The Waverley is the last sea going paddle steamer in the world. A great day out.

Machrie Bay, Isle of Arran

Machrie Bay is on the west coast.

Machrie, Isle of Arran

Kings Cave, Isle of Arran

Kings Caves, where Robert the Bruce is rumoured  to have hidden.

Blackwaterfoot, Isle of Arran

Blackwaterfoot Beach on a summers day, with Kintyre & Sanda in the distance.

Sunset, Isle of Arran

Sunsets on the west coast can be incredible.

Pladda, Isle of Arran

Pladda is at the South end of Arran, near Kildonan.


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About Us

The Arran Coastal Way is 64 miles long and was opened in 2003 by Cameron McNeish.

It is a varied walk which travels through some magnificent and inspirational scenery.

We are the only accommodation booking service and baggage transfer based on the Island.

Availability 21st March  -  30th September 2016.

    Contact

       Mrs Susan Adamson

     adamsonsuz@btinternet.com

    Tel:  +44   01770 302 334