Quietly situated, the Glenartney is close to the centre of the popular harbour village of Brodick. It offers free WiFi in public areas, and free private parking. The local sandy beach is just 5 minutes’ walk away. The rooms include a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities. The separate shower rooms have complimentary Aran Aromatics toiletries and a hairdryer. In the mornings, the Glenartney serves full Scottish breakfast. Guests can also enjoy lighter options, including porridge. Dishes are prepared using locally sourced produce, like sausages and black pudding as well as homemade marmalade. Packed lunch is available upon request. Brodick is in the Isle of Arran, below Goat Fell Mountain. The Glenartney offers a drying room and equipment storage facilities. Guests can enjoy scenic walking trails, bike rides, and golf. With views of Brodick Castle, Brodick Golf Course is just 5 minutes’ walk away.
When visiting Isle of Arran, The Douglas Hotel is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out The Douglas Bistro, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and offers ocean views. A bar/lounge and a terrace are offered, and rooms at this upscale hotel get the details right with Egyptian cotton sheets and premium bedding.
Pros: Loved that I was able to schedule a last minute spa treatment! The shuttle to and from the pier is very very helpful. The staff were great - very accommodating. The pool and spa that come with the hotel stay are perfect!
Cons: Only one stressed bar tender made ordering drinks a bit difficult, but the rest of the staff were great!
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Auchrannie Resort. Guests can visit the spa to be pampered with massages, body wraps, or body scrubs, and Cruize Bar Brasserie, one of 3 restaurants, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There are 2 indoor pools and 3 bars/lounges, and rooms at this upscale hotel get the details right with Egyptian cotton sheets and premium bedding.
Cons: The internet was neary nonexistant.they had no record of our reservation. It was resolved however but wanted to charge more for the room they had to give us.
Pros: Friendliness of staff, menu and quality of food, cleanliness and opportunity to sit In the kept. grounds of the hotel which were immaculately
With a scenic location in Lagg, on the beautiful Isle of Arran, the family-run Lagg Hotel has an elegant restaurant and traditional pub. Guests can enjoy cream teas in the large, leafy gardens. The spacious bedrooms each have a flat-screen TV. Most rooms have scenic garden views, and all feature a private modern bathroom and tea/coffee facilities. The Lagg Hotel Restaurant serves a creative menu using fresh local produce. With bare stone walls and real log fires, the cosy bar offers light lunches, cooked breakfasts and local Arran Ale. Free Wi-Fi is available in the public areas of the hotel. The Lagg Hotel is just a 25-minute drive from Brodick, offering ferries to Ardrossan. Free on-site parking is available.
The Corrie Hotel offers pet-friendly accommodations in Corrie. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free WiFi is provided and free private parking is available on site. Ayr is 24 miles from The Corrie Hotel, and Troon is 20 miles away. Glasgow Prestwick Airport is 24 miles from the property.
Situated on the picturesque Isle of Arran in the Firth of Clyde, Ormidale Hotel is nestled on 7 acres of land offers free parking, free Wi-Fi, a lively pub with a spacious beer garden and a children’s play area. Each room at Ormidale Hotel features an en suite shower room, free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and a hairdryer. The on-site pub has regular evening entertainment and live music, including regular quizzes and bingo nights. The pub menu includes specialities like “The Famous Ormidale Venison Casserole” and “Beef and Guinness Burger” and food is made of locally sourced ingredients where possible. The Isle of Arran can be reached by ferry departing from Ardossan Harbour; during the summer months, it is also possible to sail to the isle. Arran boasts many outdoor activities such as sea kayaking, mountain biking, gorge climbing, and mountain safari.
Situated within the village of Brodick on Arran, a short walk from the ferry and the heart of the village a great central location to visit the whole island from. Visitors can enjoy beautiful views across the bay to Brodick castle and the spectacular Arran mountains with the summit of Goatfell. Dunvegan House is a traditional sandstone building that has been tastefully renovated and decorated throughout to create a spacious four star licensed guest house offering guests breakfast and dinner. Superb accommodation for holiday makers with ample private car parking in the grounds. If you arrive by ferry we will be more than pleased to pick you up from the ferry if you give prior notice.
Strathwhillan House is located half a kilometer from the centre of Brodick and just 5 minutes' walk from the ferry terminal. Free WiFi access is provided in public areas and free parking is available on site. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV with FreeSat, a hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. A cooked breakfast is served each morning in the dining room, along with a choice of hot drinks, cereals and yoghurt. Guests can also relax in the property's garden which features picnic benches. Glasgow is just 30 miles west of Strathwhillan House.