There is plenty to see and do on Arran. If you enjoy food and drink then the Isle of Arran Taste Trail is a must. You can discover locally produced cheese, ice cream, chocolates, preserves, coffee, beer and whisky. Places worth visiting include;

Arran Heritage Museum

Balmichael Visitor Centre

Brodick Castle and Gardens

Arran Distillery

Fiddlers Music Bar and Bistro

The Douglas Hotel - Brodick

Chinese Takeaway - Brodick

Arran Lochranza Distillery

Glen Ashdale Waterfall

Machrie Moor Standing Stones

King's Cave

Holy Isle

For those looking for an active holiday Arran has 7 golf courses and is also ideal for cycling, hill walking, horse riding, fishing, boating as well as more extreme sports offered by Arran Adventure and Flying Fever Paragliding School.

Rowanbank

Sea views and wood burning stove.

Sleeps 6. Rates: £700 to £950 per week.

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Rowanbank House

Open fire and lovely private garden.

Sleeps 4. Rates: £400 to £600 per week.

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Rowanbank Cottage

Spiral staircase and great views.

Sleeps 2. Rates: £300 to £450 per week.

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Rowanbank Studio

Bright and airy studio style cottage.

Sleeps 2. Rates: £250 to £380 per week.

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