The Isle of Arran

Arran is situated off the west coast of Scotland - across from from Ayrshire and can be reached by ferry from Ardrossan on the mainland to Brodick or from Kintyre, the Claonaig to Lochranza Ferry. It is often referred to as Scotland in miniature. To the south of Arran you can find fertile land, meadows and prehistoric ruins The Island is split by the highland fault line, and the north of the Island is very different with tall mountains ranges including the iconic Goatfell whose peak can be reached on foot.
The island has numerous wonderful golf courses in each of the picturesque villages, and has wonderful beaches such as the ones at Shiskine and Kildonan and coastal paths.Also renowned as a wonderful places to go hillwalking or cycling, the Island also boasts fantastic eating, dining and  top class accommodation facilities all across the Island, it’s no wonder Arran is regularly voted as one of the top tourist destination on Scotland and Europe.

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Dunvegan Guest House
Shore Road, Brodick
Isle of Arran, KA27 8A7