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Self-catering accommodation in Arran

Scotland in Miniature. This short but highly appropriate description of Arran has become its catchphrase.

Justifiably so, for although small in size, its wonderful scenery combined with the great array of things to see and do enable you to sample the best of Scotland in one distinct area.

And with the island only a 55 minute ferry ride from the mainland, it’s all so easily accessible.

Read more about Arran.

Arran properties by area

Self catering in Corrie

Corrie

The village of Corrie lies on the north east coast, 6 miles north of Brodick. The village has two jetties and a picturesque 9 hole golf course. This is a very scenic spot.
Self catering in Brodick

Brodick

Brodick is an attractive village situated on Brodick Bay, at the foot of the island’s highest hill, Goat Fell. Brodick is the main ferry port on Arran. It is well provided with shops, restaurants and attractions for all the family.
Self catering in Lamlash

Lamlash

Lamlash is the largest village on Arran and is situated on Lamlash Bay, 4 miles south of Brodick, where it looks out onto Holy Island. A very attractive village, it offers some fine restaurants, great walks, sea angling and trips to Holy Island.
Self catering in Whiting Bay

Whiting Bay

Whiting Bay is situated 3 miles south of Brodick and it was once home to the longest pier in Scotland! The village is close to Iron Age forts and a waterfall, has some fine forest walks, bicycle and boat trips, and delicious restaurants.
Self catering in Dippen

Dippen

A lovely quiet area of Arran that is bordered by the beautiful seaside village of Whiting Bay and Kildonan. Never far from amenities Dippen is an area to relax and get away from it all.
Self catering in Kildonan

Kildonan

Kildonan is close to some lovely beaches, and looks out onto the island of Pladda and the ruined Kildonan Castle is nearby. You can enjoy some lovely walks and if you are lucky you can spot grey seals from the numerous beaches.
Self catering in Lagg

Lagg

Lagg is a tiny hamlet on the south west corner of Arran. You can visit archaeological monuments, explore the coast or go for some lovely walks inland.
Self catering in Sliddery

Sliddery

A tiny hamlet on the south west corner of Arran, Sliddery has a pebble beach and some sandy ones nearby and is a lovely peaceful spot to enjoy walks, wildlife and scenery.
Self catering in Blackwaterfoot

Blackwaterfoot

Blackwaterfoot is a small village situated at the south west end of the Island. It has a fine 12 hole golf course and it is also close to a large Iron Age hill fort at Drumadoon Point, and to the King’s Cave.
Self catering in Lochranza

Lochranza

A beautiful Highland village, Lochranza is a ferry port and a popular place to visit. It has a castle, some beaches and some lovely walks along the coast or in the surrounding hills.
All self catering properties on The Isle of Arran

All Properties on The Isle of Arran

 

Featured Arran Holiday Cottages and Castles

A selection of hand picked properties from The Isle of Arran, "Scotland in Miniature"

Douglas Row Cottage-Brodick

Douglas Row Cottage

Brodick

Alt Ardoch-Lamlash

Alt Ardoch

Lamlash

Ar3721

Peacock Cottage

Whiting Bay

Ar3681

Moinadh

Blackwaterfoot

More about The Isle of Arran

Roughly rectangular and extending 20 miles long by 10 wide, the best way to explore Arran it is by car or bicycle. A coast road links the islands settlements, including Brodick, Lamlash, Whiting Bay, Kildonan, Blackwaterfoot, Lochranza and Corrie, while another minor road, known as ‘The String’ crosses the middle of the island.

As you go, you can enjoy wonderful vistas from viewpoints overlooking the mountains and coast. Visit an array of prehistoric monuments. Explore caves associated with Robert the Bruce. Tour historic castles like Lochranza and Brodick. Encounter the abundant wildlife, like seals, red deer, red squirrels and golden eagles. And enjoy Arran’s famous seafood, cheeses, ice cream, whisky and beer in some fine restaurants, bistros, cafes and pubs.

For the more active there is a wide range of walks, including some spectacular hill walks on and around Goat Fell, golf, cycling, horse riding, sailing, sea kayaking and canyoning. Not to mention the many events and festivals.

Scotland? Certainly. Miniature? Perhaps less so.