Bed and Breakfasts in Isle of Arran

The Isle of Arran is commonly referred to as "Scotland in Miniature" this is because it has a little bit of everything. Theres a distillery, golf courses, bird watching, Bronze Age stone circles, caves, museums and Brodick Castle which has connections with the famous Robert the Bruce.

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Lochranza Hotel, Lochranza, Catacol, Isle of Arran

PPPN £65
PR2S £104
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
The Lochranza Hotel stands amidst the timeless village of Lochranza near Catacol on the Isle of Arran and has a spectacular panoramic view across the bay. Out hotel is one of Arran's original hotels and has been tastefully decorated throughout. It has a high level of hospitality and comfort which sees many guests return time and time again. Whether you come to Arran for fishing, golfing, hillwalking, birdwatching or just to 'get away from it all’ our hotel is your ideal base for touring `Scotland in Miniature'. All guest bedrooms are attractively and comfortably furnished and all are fully equipped with en suite facilities, Freeview television and a tea/coffee hospitality tray. The food is excellent using the best of fresh local produce served in the style of traditional home cooked meals. Dinner can be taken in either our attractive dining room or friendly and atmospheric bar. The bar, with its enviable collection of malt whiskies and choice of real ales, also offers a wide choice of light snacks, speciality coffee, lunches and suppers adding variety and good value for money. The intimate and cosy residents' lounge is a choice spot for quiet relaxation. The hills and shoreline which cradle Lochranza, abound with wildlife. Large herds of red deer can be seen all year round; birds of prey, including golden eagles, can be seen soaring above the hills; red squirrels, seals, oyster catchers, otters, basking sharks, swans, cormorants and numerous varieties of duck, are just a few of the wonders that you can see every day in Lochranza. Within the village there is an 18 hole golf course (9 greens), a putting green and distillery. The village hall has ceilidhs, concerts and other events throughout the summer months. For more information and special offers please visit our website. Rates: From £65 single occupancy. From £104 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. From £95 per family room per night. Children are welcome. Sorry, no pets. Dinner available. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access.

Strathwhillan House, Brodick, Isle of Arran, Hebrides

PR2S £50 - £75
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
Strathwhillan House is a rural and family run bed and breakfast that is set on the outskirts of Brodick on the tranquil Isle of Arran. Brodick is a great choice for the whole family as there are many walks, castles and local attractions that all the family will enjoy. Bedroom 1 has the option of being a double or a twin bedded room with en suite shower room while bedroom 2 comprises of a double bed with en suite shower room and is also available for single occupancy. We also have a large family room with en suite shower room, usually made up as a king size bed with an additional single bed (can also be 3 singles if preferred), it can also sleep an extra person on a z bed. In addition we have a twin bedded room (also available for single occupancy) with private shower room, not en suite. Our fifth bedroom is also a family room containing a king size bed and full size bunk beds the bathroom is private but not en suite. All guest rooms are on the ground floor. Parking and access are easy for guests with mobility problems and as such we have a designated car parking space close to the entrance if requested. All rooms are attractively furnished and have colour television and tea and coffee making facilities. Central heating throughout ensures the comfort of the off-season visitor. Breakfast is served each morning between 8.30 & 9.30, however, an earlier breakfast can be arranged if needed, but will not include any cooked food. Packed lunches are available for an extra charge, please notify us on arrival. Vegetarian and vegan diets can be catered for by prior arrangement. The most southerly of the Scottish Islands, Arran is easily accessible by all means of transport. Just 30 miles west of Glasgow, a one hour crossing on a modern roll-on, roll-off car ferry transports you to this isle of outstanding scenery and tranquil Hebridean atmosphere. Walkers and cyclists appreciate our range of books, maps, friendly advice and (occasionally) drying facilities. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £30 - £45 single occupancy. From £50 - £75 per room per night based on 2 people sharing including breakfast. Children 5 - 12 inclusive - £10 supplement when staying with 2 adults. Pets are allowed. Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access.

Burlington Guest House, Whiting Bay, Isle of Arran

PR2S £45 - £105
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
The Burlington Guest House can be found at Whiting Bay on the Isle of Arran, which is often referred to as .Scotland in Miniature’. We offer warm and welcoming guest accommodation that is ideally located for those who are looking to attempt the Arran Coastal Walk. Our Edwardian guest house has offered travellers a comfortable place to stay for over 80 years. Our guest rooms have been recently refurbished and consist of single, double, king, super king and twin set ups. All of the rooms are en suite and include: Tea and coffee making facilities. Flat screen TV. Hair dryer. En suite shower room. Iron and trouser press available. We have a small but cosy bar (our bar is being renovated at the moment, but we can still get you that glass of wine) to enjoy a glass of wine during the day taking in the views or a dram at the end of the night just because you can, and a lovely garden area to the front to soak up that fabulous Scottish sunshine, when it shows itself. Breakfast is served in our restaurant which is also available from 6pm daily for dinner. The Village of Whiting Bay is on the east coast of Arran, eight miles south of the ferry terminal at Brodick. It is a peaceful place, characterised by large sea-side villas along the front, mostly built by wealthy traders, professionals and business people in the early 20th century. It the destination of choice of those people who are seeking a tranquil, relaxing holiday, perhaps taking in a little golf, some walking, birdwatching and beach-combing. Our little colony of swans is a particular feature of the village, providing constant fascination to local s and visitors alike. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £45 - £105 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Pets are welcome. Children over 2 are welcome. Wi-Fi internet access. Off street parking. Dinner available. Garden.

Carrick Lodge Guest House, Brodick, Isle of Arran

PPPN £35
PR2S £80
3 Star3 Star3 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
Carrick Lodge Guest House is a spacious property located in a secluded setting high up within mature gardens in the town of Brodick, on the Isle of Arran. The guest house has wonderful views of Brodick Castle, Brodick Bay and Goatfell. Our guest house has more to offer than a hotel as we provide a warm friendly welcome to all our guests and can cater for speciality diets in our dining room. All bedrooms are en suite and come complete with full amenities including television, ironing facilities, hair dryers and tea and coffee making facilities. We also offer free Wi-Fi internet access. Arran has something to offer everyone. It is a delight for hill walkers and climbers and with 7 golf courses golfers too. Horse riding and trekking is available from 2 centres on the island and for more of a challenge there is paragliding, quad biking. The island offers a wide variety of outdoor activities that everyone can enjoy during their stay. For those who prefer more leisurely activities why not enjoy sampling some of our local produce such as chocolates, cheese, whisky, beer or even taking home some of our hand crafted goods. The area has much to offer whether it be action packed or just a get away from it all. For weekend breaks in Isle of Arran make us your number one choice. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £35 per person per night. From £80 per room per night based on 2 sharing. Children are welcome. Pets allowed by arrangement. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 3 Star Visit Scotland.

Allandale House, Brodick, Isle of Arran

PPPN £40
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGarden
Allandale House is situated in one of the finest spots of Brodick and enjoys wonderful views of the surrounding Scottish countryside. Our guest house has a good reputation for offering a personal touch, friendly service and tasty breakfast that has seen many guests return year after year. We are very close to the ferry terminal on the Isle of Arran and can easily reach the many attractions on this beautiful island. Our guest house has a homely, Scottish feel and has been tastefully decorated and furnished to ensure guests are comfortable during their stay. There are 2 double, 2 family, 1 twin and 1 triple guest room available. Our family rooms can sleep either 3 or 4 people in a double & single bed or a double & bunk bed. Both family rooms can accommodate a cot if needed. We have 2 ground floor guest rooms available with a few steps, ideal for someone with limited mobility. All of the rooms are en suite, except the twin room which has its own private bathroom facilities, within each bedroom you will find: Freeview TV. Tea and coffee tray. Hair dryer. Central heating. Bath or shower in the en suite. Free Wi-Fi. Guests are also welcome to relax in our south facing garden or our attractive resident's lounge where guests can sit and relax, read a book, play a game or enjoy a chat with other guests. Breakfast is made using delicious Scottish produce where possible and we also offer vegetarian, gluten free or continental options, all of which can be enjoyed in our dining room between 8.15am – 9.00am. Arran's history dates so far back that it becomes tangled up in Celtic myths and legends of Scotland's past. From the strange standing stones on Machrie Moor to the chequered history of Brodick Castle to the very cave where Robert the Bruce was supposed to have encountered the spider. More than the variety, though, the Isle of Arran offers a chance to relax and shake off the stress of the rat race in beautiful surroundings, enjoying the history, craft and culture of a unique island community. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £40 per person per night. Stay for 7 nights and pay for just 6. (Week discount). Pay for 4 nights if you book Sunday - Friday. (5 night stay). Children are welcome. Off street parking. Sorry, no pets. Children are welcome. Wi-Fi internet access. Off street parking.
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