Hotels on the Isle of Arran

Lochranza Hotel Country Inn, Lochranza
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Lochranza Hotel Country Inn    Lochranza

Located in the beautiful, unspoilt village of Lochranza, the hotel overlooks the tranquil, natural harbour of Lochranza Bay. All the bedrooms are ensuite comfortable and attractive.An extensive menu is served using a wide range of the best Scottish produce.The Hotel also boasts one of Scotland s largest collections of malt whiskies.

Glenisle Hotel, Lamlash
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Glenisle Hotel    Lamlash

This charming, ancient island inn is now an award-winning boutique.hotel. Nestled in the lovely village of Lamlash, the hotel boasts one of.the most beautiful locations on the Isle of Arran, looking across.Lamlash Bay towards the Holy Isle.The Glenisle Hotel is recommended by the Michelin Guide 2016, Scotland.the Best 2016 and was awarded Best Small Country Hotel in the Scottish.Islands at the Scottish Hotel Awards 2016.

Kildonan Hotel, Kildonan

Kildonan Hotel    Kildonan

We are a family-run, country hotel situated on the beach at the southern tip of the island, looking over panoramic views of Pladda Island, Ailsa Craig and beyond. Time stands still in this idyllic setting with otters & seals basking on the rocks right at our doorstep.We are licensed for weddings and have a reception lounge, bar and beautiful dining room with floor to ceiling windows with some of the best views on the island.

Auchrannie Resort, Brodick
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Auchrannie Resort    Brodick

Auchrannie Resort offers guest arrange of accommodation.two four star hotels and thirty, five-star luxury lodges. The traditional house hotel is perfect for those guests who are looking for a quieter, more relaxed atmosphere. Ideally suited to solo travellers or those travelling as a couple. The.Spa Resort is a unique blend of traditional values of service and quality as well as effortless style, which is reflected in the dignified Scottish Baronial Façade and the soft contemporary interiors.Perfect for the solo traveller, couples or families.

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