If you've already visited Arran, you'll know it's a great place to spend some time. If this is your first visit, we're confident you will want to come back!
The view from the Calmac Ferry coming from Ardrossan, will be of the "Sleeping Warrior," as the view from the Ayrshire coast is known.
Lamlash, just 3 miles from Brodick and the ferry terminal, has everything you would expect from a Scottish village: pubs, restaurants, cafes, a stunning golf course, shops and, of course, great views.
Stonewater House is located at the end of the pier, with its views across to Holy Island, and just a short walk from the yacht club. Click on our links page for some more ideas on what to see and do near Stonewater House.
Getting to Arran is easy; please click here for details of the ferry.
scotland in miniature
Arran has a little bit of everything from rolling hills and rugged mountains to lush glens and craggy coastlines, beautiful beaches, forests and of course, great walks in all these types of terrain.
There's a variety of wildlife here. Go up to Lochranza at the north of the island and you'll likely see red deer and stags grazing. Look up to the hills above the distillery there and if you're lucky, you might see golden eagles, of which there
re several pairs here. Red squirrels have been forced out of most parts of the
UK by the larger grey squirrel, but Arran is one of the strongholds for these
small mammals. Seals can be seen basking on the rocks around the island; a great spot for seal spotting is Kildonan at the southern end. You might also
see an otter or two around the coast, and you're sure to see families of
swans who thrive on the seaweed.