Cheap Hotels in Isle of Arran
Hotels in Isle of Arran
Home to a rich cultural heritage, a history reaching back to the Neolithic period and some of Scotland's most dramatic scenery, Isle of Arran Hotels are an ideal choice for lovers, poets and adventurers.
The Isle of Arran has been colonised by Bronze Age tribes, Gaels, Vikings and Scots, giving it a staggering amount of historical heritage to sift through. To experience some of the oldest remains of human civilisation, head to Machrie Moor and marvel at the six stone circles, some reaching five metres in height. If you travel to Blackwaterfoot you'll be able to find the King's Cave, said to have been a hiding place for Robert the Bruce during the 14th century. No trip to Scotland is complete without seeing a castle, and Brodick Castle is certainly an impressive specimen with a history dating back to the 13th century. As well as offering a chance to dive into history, the castle has expansive grounds to stroll through.
The Isle of Arran is a paradise for ramblers, walkers, trekkers and hikers. The rugged landscape is a joy to wander through, and there are paths for walkers of all abilities. Overlooking Brodick Castle is Goatfell, the highest point on the island with a peak of 874-metres. A great choice for hikers with a bit of experience, the view from the top offers spectacular views of not only the entirety of the island but also Jura, Ben Lomond and the coast of Ireland. The Arran Coastal Way is another challenging walk, stretching over 105km around the coast of the island. If you're not up for such an epic trek, the walk can be broken down and tackled in smaller sections.
Another classic Scottish pastime can be enjoyed on the Isle of Arran – golf. Where better to practice your swing then on a course surrounded by such exceptional natural beauty? There are seven courses on the island in total, as well as a driving range. The courses include the 9-hole Machrie Bay Golf Course, ideal for families, the 9-hole Lochranza Golf Course on the northwest of the island, and the Lamlash Golf Club that features breathtaking views of Goatfell.
The amount of things to do on the land is matched by the activities you can enjoy in the sea. Whether you want to sail around the Kilbrannan Sound, learn to kayak around the coast or try your hand at windsurfing, there are plenty of watersports to enjoy. Lamlash Harbour is an ideal starting point for sailing trips, and the Lochranza anchorage has boating facilities as well as restaurants and pubs.
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