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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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The Towers

This amazing unique building has undergone complete refurbishment and now provides a luxury holiday home sleeping 8. The accommodation is set over...
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Arnloss Cottage

Arnloss Cottage was built in the 1980’s has been recently modernised creating a pleasant and comfortable space for guests. The property contains an...
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The Douglas Hotel

The Douglas Hotel is the focal point of the village and an ideal base for the discerning traveller. Offering a personalised level of service in lux...
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Ashdale Cottage

Located only 15 minutes from Brodick via The String Road, Hamilton Cottages offer you a true island escape. Our 3 stylish cottages are equipped wit...
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Drumadoon Cottage South

Downstairs bedroom with king-size bed and en suite toilet and shower. Upstairs, 1 twin bedroom, 1 double room and 1 small twin room taking one pers...
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St Leonards, Brodick

St Leonards is a traditional Scottish villa new to the rental market in 2022, located in the centre of Brodick village with uninterrupted views o...
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2, Mid Mayish

Well located, new holiday let in Brodick, which has recently undergone a full renovation to a high standard.  The cottage is located in a quiet l...
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Cottages on Arran

Welcome to Cottages in Arran. You can either Book Online or Contact an owner direct using the links at the top of each property page on our website...
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Arran Dairies

Taste of Arran is dedicated to delivering the finest of Arran's high quality produce to the rest of Scotland, working directly with Arran's produc...
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Seal Shore Camping

A small quiet family site, situated along our own beach, you will be afforded unsurpassed sea views, Pladda Island with its lighthouse, to the coas...
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The Corrie Hotel

Great food, regular events, local drink and one of Britain's best beer gardens*. We pride ourselves on our warm welcome, providing a relaxed stay...
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Mountain View

Located in the picturesque coastal village of Corrie, six miles north of Brodick. The house has an elevated position above the village, and command...
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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.