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drove up from Brodick to Lochranza, lots of stunning views on the way up. Plenty places to pull off the road and sit admiring the scenery. On west side of island you are not so close to the coast line but still lovely, however the...More
Although some reviews under this heading seem to be about the island itself (which is FANTASTIC and well worth a several day visit!) or driving on the island, the Arran Coastal Way is actually a long-distance walking trail that goes around the perimeter of the...More
Spent the first day of our stay driving around the island. It’s not a long drive but the scenery was stunning in places. Fantastic view from the top of mountains. Lovely little seaside hamlets with beautiful cottages. Watch out for the large rocks that have...More
There's lots of good about this trail. There are some very scenic sections and in parts the signage is excellent. So that makes it hard to understand why in some parts there is no signage at all. We often found ourselves having to decide which...More
We didn’t do the whole fisherman’s walk as my daughter was very tired, but what we saw was stunning. Well signposted and well managed and maintained. I’d love to go back and do the full thing. If you’re into wildlife spotting, walking, sightseeing, family days,...More
A good circuit around Arran 🏔🚴♂️.. fab views & really very mild .. with a few undulations.. & a couple of mild hills .. less than 100km .. however you can also do the figure of 8 which goes across the Island 🌴 as well...More
Response from Rosemary B | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can and we saw many cyclists while we were there. beautiful scenery as well. They had free guides and a map on the ferry as well for cyclist bikers and walkers to take away and used for their stay on the island.