Blackwaterfoot Lodge is named after the village in which it is situated, no more than 50 yards from the picturesque Blackwaterfoot harbour and a five-minute stroll from the long and wide sandy beach bordering the unique 12 hole links of Shiskine Golf Course, one of the top 100 courses in the UK.
The building is late Victorian; the house is warm and welcoming, comprising:
Six en-suite double, family or twin bedrooms and two with h&c, plus a two-bedroom self-catering cottage.
Residents' lounge with open fireplace
Tea & coffee making facilities in all rooms.
TV in all rooms.
Breakfast included in the room rate; continental or a cooked Scottish.
Cosy lounge bar, with real ale, open to non-residents.
Baby equipment (cots, intercoms).
Open from late March.
Evening meals available in our acclaimed restaurant (and also off site within walking distance).
Arran is an island, 20 miles long and 57 miles around, located off the south-west coast of Scotland. Picturesque villages like pearls on a necklace are strung around its edge. The climate is tempered by the Gulf Stream and is mild enough to support the growth of palm trees.
Annual events include the Wildlife Festival in May, the Arran Festival of Folk around the second week in June, and the Brodick Highland Games in early August. There are also various hill races; Goatfell in mid-May, Glen Rosa in mid-June and Urie Loch in mid-July. Shiskine Valley Sports Day happens in July, shortly after the Shiskine half-marathon race.
For more information please visit our website.
Rates: From £95 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children are welcome.
Pets are allowed by arrangement.
Off street parking.