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Isle of Arran

Lochranza

Clear green seas, sandy beaches, mountains and lochs - it’s little wonder the Isle of Arran is referred to as 'Scotland in Miniature'. One of Scotland’s most southerly isles, the Isle of Arran boasts a myriad of landscapes, from stunning rural sprawls to lapping ocean views that will blow you away.

Clear green seas, sandy beaches, mountains and lochs – it’s little wonder the Isle of Arran is referred to as “Scotland in Miniature”. One of Scotland’s most southerly isles, the Isle of Arran boasts a myriad of landscapes, from stunning rural sprawls to lapping ocean views that will blow you away. We also step across to the Mull of Kintyre Peninsula with a visit to Britain’s most famous short-cut.

 

Accommodation

 

Hotel: Best Western Kinloch Hotel, Arran (4 nights D, B&B) ***

This family owned hotel sits on the beach front, on the sunset side of the Island. The hotel offers comfort, value and a “service with a smile”! There are 37 bedrooms each with flat screen satellite television, tea/coffee-making facilities and WiFi. The hotel also has an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, squash court and snooker room.

 

 

Day 1

We take the mid-morning P&O ferry to Cairnryan and follow the west coast to Ardrossan where we catch the ferry to the Isle of Arran. We travel across the island to our hotel for the next four nights

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Day 2

We have a scenic tour of the Island via Whiting Bay, where a Viking burial ship was excavated, then along the coast to Lamlash, with views to Holy Island. Continuing on to Lochranza where
we have a tour, and wee dram, of the Isle of Arran Whisky Distillery.

B, D

Day 3

Today we leave the island, taking the coastal drive via the '12 Apostles' to Lochranza, boarding the ferry to the Mull of Kintyre. We travel along the shores of Loch Fyne, stopping for a light lunch in the Grey Gull Hotel. We take time to marvel at the Crinan Canal, with its 15 locks that connect to the open sea, before returning to Arran

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Day 4

This morning we visit Brodick, the island’s capital, and its Castle which houses a collection of paintings, porcelain and furniture, while the grounds boast a walled garden, Ice House and Bavarian Summer House. Before returning to our hotel we stop off at the famous Arran Aromatics. You will have time to relax back at the hotel before dinner

B, D

Day 5

After breakfast we return to the mainland stopping at The Whisky Experience, Kirkoswald, before catching afternoon P&O ferry to Larne.

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B=Breakfast Included , D=Dinner Included, L=Lunch Included

Tour Highlights

Lochranza

Isle of Arran Whisky Distillery

Mull of Kintyre

Crinan Canal

Brodick

Brodick Castle, Gardens & Country

Park

Arran Aromatics

The Whisky Experience

One Lunch

 

Price Excludes

Single room Supplement

Holiday Insurance

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

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