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B&B on the Isle of Arran


Ivybank Guesthouse, Lamlash
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Ivybank Guesthouse    Lamlash

Ivybank Guesthouse, situated in the centre of the village, facing the village green, Lamlash Bay and Holy Isle, 2 minutes' walk from the pier, and a round-the-island bus service stop.

We have a friendly and relaxed atmosphere and are happy to share our love of this special island. We can give advice on walks and excursions or arrange for you to partake on adventure activities such as kayaking or mountain biking. We can lend you bikes and kayaks and have a sauna for relaxation afterwards. Our adjacent cottage is available for self-catering.

Dunvegan House, Brodick
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Dunvegan House    Brodick

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.

Viewbank Guest House, Whiting Bay
Wifi / broadband

Viewbank Guest House    Whiting Bay

Viewbank House is a former 19th century farmhouse that has been tastefully converted and extended into a traditional Family run Guest House, whilst still retaining all it s original character, charm and features.From it s elevated position over Whiting Bay, it enjoys superb panoramic views across the Firth of Clyde and Holy Isle to the Ayrshire coastline taking in both Troon and Turnberry on a clear day.

Belvedere Guest House, Brodick
No pets

Belvedere Guest House    Brodick

Close to the ferry terminal and all local amenities, Belvedere is in an elevated position overlooking Brodick Bay towards Goat Fell, the tallest mountain on the island.Our aim is to provide you with informal comfort and a great breakfast in a homely setting.


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