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Ormidale Hotel

Knowe Road Brodick Isle of Arran KA27 8BY

The pub the locals come to eat in - a decent plate of honest homemade food, locally sourced and delicious. Non bistro style! We have recently been awarded a certificate of excellence from Tripadvisor –come and see why. Meals are served between 5 & 9pm. Our menu includes firm favourites such as our legendary Steak & Kidney pie, (Local) Venison casserole & our homemade burgers. There are vegetarian options as well as fish and salads. If it’s sunny, eat in the glass house amongst the geraniums or outside in the beer garden. You can also sit in the bar area at one of our Isle of Arran tables or you can comfy up on a sofa in our front lounge. Bar meals – so no need to book!

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Driftwood

We are a small, friendly local business right on the sea front in Brodick Village. With beach life in mind, We carefully choose our stock to offer...
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Kilmory Haven

We offer a versatile venue to suit all. The Haven is a purpose built extension to the existing Public Hall. We can sleep a maximum of 23 in 4 rooms...
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Cnoc Cottage

One prominent feature of Cnoc Cottage is the conservatory looking out to the castle and over the Kilbrannan Sound. Watch the deer and the red squir...
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Arran Botanical Drinks

Arran Botanical Drinks run a tour and tasting with a real difference. Sunny days have you sitting on the beach to take a deep dive on our botanical...
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Strathwhillan Cottage

A self catering cottage sleeping up to 10 with 5 double or twin bedded bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Single storey and suitable for assisted wheelchair...
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Cafe Thyme

Cafe Thyme is a family run business at the Old Byre Visitor Centre, Machrie. It offers drinks, home baking, delicious lunches including flatbreads...
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The Smiddy

Available for letting soon ( maybe late Sept 2023). Please enquire. No short breaks at the moment. The Smiddy with its central location in Whit...
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Janelle's

Janelle's is a lovely, welcoming interior design gift shop, stocking a beautiful range of unique giftware for your home friends & family & also a f...
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Glenisle Hotel

Awarded Best Small Country Hotel in the Scottish Islands 2019. This ancient, island inn has been completely refurbished and is now a charming bouti...
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Thornlea Cottage

Thornlea Cottage is a self-catering holiday cottage in the quiet village of Lamlash on the beautiful island of Arran on Scotland’s west coast. The...
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Kilbride Cottage - Shannochie Cottages

Kilbride Cottage sits at the south of the island in a peaceful location amidst idyllic countryside. A lovely open garden has views over to Argyll i...
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Thirlestane

Thirlestane offers a quiet, peaceful location on the outskirts of Corrie conservation village. Approx 700m to local pub/beer garden at Corrie Hotel...
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Quirky Island Fact

#20 - Arran has Scotland's First No Take Zone
The Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST) is a local charity and was established in 1995 by local divers, Howard Wood and Don McNeish, who had noticed the depletion of species on the seabed. The No Take Zone at the north end of Lamlash, was eventually created, after much campaigning, in 2008, and COAST were instrumental in then establishing the Marine Protected Area (MPA) which covers the coast around the south of Arran.

Quirky Island Fact

#20 - Arran has Scotland's First No Take Zone
The Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST) is a local charity and was established in 1995 by local divers, Howard Wood and Don McNeish, who had noticed the depletion of species on the seabed. The No Take Zone at the north end of Lamlash, was eventually created, after much campaigning, in 2008, and COAST were instrumental in then establishing the Marine Protected Area (MPA) which covers the coast around the south of Arran.

Quirky Island Fact

#20 - Arran has Scotland's First No Take Zone
The Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST) is a local charity and was established in 1995 by local divers, Howard Wood and Don McNeish, who had noticed the depletion of species on the seabed. The No Take Zone at the north end of Lamlash, was eventually created, after much campaigning, in 2008, and COAST were instrumental in then establishing the Marine Protected Area (MPA) which covers the coast around the south of Arran.