Attractions on the Isle of Arran

Arran is so often described as “Scotland in Miniature” and it is, indeed, a very detailed and intricate place – but there is also a grandeur and magnificence about the landscape which is absolutely breathtaking. The island captivates. A significant percentage of the population is made up of people who came for a holiday, fell head over heels in love with the place and came back to settle – so be warned!

Here are just a few images of what to expect. You’ll want to take your own pictures of the seven golf courses, the high mountain peaks, the prehistoric standing stones, the castles, the deer, the eagles, the gardens – and of you, your friends and your family enjoying a wonderful holiday to remember, perhaps even including a snap of the picturesque little cottage you are going to retire to when you finally escape the rat race…!

 

 

 

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Kilmichael Deluxe Cottages
Glen Cloy
By Brodick
Isle of Arran KA27 8BY
 
Call Kilmichael Deluxe Cottages
+44 (0)1770 302 219

Island Location

Kilmichael Deluxe Cottages Arran are peacefully situated in the beautiful grounds of Kilmichael House in the magical seclusion of High Glen Cloy, but just two miles from the ferry, and within healthy walking distance of the village, as well as one of the island’s 7 golf courses - and the leisure facilities at the Auchrannie Spa Resort, which are fully open to the public.

Beautiful Arran - Glencloy from the mansion house
The magical Isle of Arran is irresistible in its variety and magnificence: spectacular scenery, prehistoric standing stones, the mysterious giants’ graves, basking sharks and grey seals, eagles and deer, red squirrels and otters, sites of special scientific interest, fascinating geological formations, burns, mountains, fells and waterfalls, golf galore and daring adventure activities from hang-gliding to speedboating, as well as simply idyllic perfect peace.
 
Make Kilmichael your special part of it.