Accommodation Choices Isle of Arran

Glen Rosa is a glen near Goatfell on the Isle of Arran, VisitScotland / Kenny Lam
Machrie Moor Standing Stones is the collective name for six stone circles and archaeological site on The Isle of Arran,VisitScotland / Kenny Lam

Some of our suggested accommodation in Arran

Arran Hotels

The Douglas Hotel, Brodick

Rating: 4 out of 4.

4 Star Hotel

Input information for The Douglas Hotel, Brodick here.

Kinloch Hotel, Blackwaterfoot

Rating: 4 out of 3.

3 Star Hotel

Input information for Kinloch Hotel, Blackwaterfoot here.

Glenisle Hotel & Restaurant, Lamlash

Input information for Glenisle Hotel & Restaurant, Lamlash here.

Auchrannie Hotel & Auchrannie Spa Resort, Brodick

Rating: 4 out of 4.

4 Star Hotel

Input information for Auchrannie Hotel & Auchrannie Spa Resort, Brodick here.

Kildonan Hotel, Kildonan

Input information for Kildonan Hotel, Kildonan here.

Arran Guest Houses and B&Bs

Dunvegan Guest House, Brodick

Rating: 4 out of 4.

4 Star Guest House

A relaxing guest house on the shore road with views of the Bay and Goat Fell mountain.  There are 9 bedrooms, lounge and dining room.  Evening meals are available with advance notice and the guest house has a table licence.

Belvedere Guest House, Brodick

Close to the ferry pier and all local amenities with views across Brodick Bay towards Goat Fell, the tallest mountain on the island. The lounge is equipped with a piano, TV, home cinema, Wii and wood-burning stove for cooler evenings.  Choice of 5 double, twin and single bedrooms.

Carrick Lodge Guest House, Brodick

Rating: 3 out of 3.

3 Star Guest House

A lovely sandstone building situated in an elevated position 450 yards from Brodick Pier. Sitting within attractive mature gardens, Carrick Lodge enjoys enviable views of Brodick Castle, Brodick Bay and Goat Fell.  There are 6 bedrooms (5 are en-suite).

Monamore Guest House, Lamlash

Rating: 4 out of 4.

4 Star Guest House

10 minutes drive south of Brodick ferry terminal, 2 minutes walk from the sea, 5 minutes walk from the centre of the bustling village of Lamlash, nestled among three acres of natural woodland, lawn and wildlife garden.  There are 4 en-suite bedrooms.  Well behaved dogs are welcome in the rooms and garden and can join their owners at breakfast.

Butt Lodge, Lochranza (north Arran)

A former Victorian shooting lodge in two acres of private grounds with views to the mountains and Kilbrannan Sound.  Butt Lodge has a spacious sitting room and 6 en-suite guest bedrooms, including two spacious suites.  The Lochranza whisky distillery is a few minutes stroll across the neighbouring golf course.  The Arran Coastal walking path passes close by and you can sometimes see stags grazing in the garden!  There is the option of home cooked evening dining in the candlelit dining room.

We recommend advance table reservations are made for dinner in a hotel or local restaurant, even when staying in a hotel.

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