The Isle of Arran is Scotland’s most southerly and accessible island. Only a 55 minute ferry crossing from Ardrossan in Ayrshire.

The scenery is outstanding with rugged granite mountain peaks in the north, the green rolling hills of the south, beautiful villages and dramatic, ever changing coastal views around every corner. The island is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts with outstanding wildlife, geology and history.

The arts are popular too – including painting, jewellery and photography on display and for sale. Music is celebrated, the island has its own folk club and there are regular ceilidhs and concerts. Similarly, the island offers a wide range of sporting activities including golf, shooting, watersports. Arran is a culture of contrasts: tranquil landscapes and energetic activities, entertainment, luxury and relaxation.

01770 302043

VisitArran, Tourist Information Office
Brodick Pier, Isle of Arran KA27 8AU

The official tourist body for the island is Visit Arran, who are located at the tourist office at Brodick pier. Visit them online by clicking on the logo above or why not pop in and see them to find out more about what's happening on the island all year round.



The Douglas Hotel
Isle of Arran
KA27 8AW

Tel: +44 (0) 1770 302968

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2020 Prestige Hotel Awards - Winner Best Boutique Hotel In Scotland
2020 Prestige Hotel Awards - Best Hotel Team
2019 Prestige Hotel Awards - Winner Best Couples Hotel
2018 Prestige Hotel Awards - Winner Best Boutique Hotel
2017 Prestige Hotel Awards - Winner Independent Hotel Of The Year
2016 Regional Winner for Bar Dining & Most Hospitable Hotel
2016 Food and Beverage Manager of the Year 2016 (Craig Lindsay)
2015 Receptionist of the Year (Kate Russell)
2014 Regional Winner of the Boutique Hotel
2013 Boutique Hotel of the Year & Good Food Award
2012 New Hotel of the Year and Bedroom Design Award