The Island of Arran is situated on the south west coast of Scotland
“Often referred to as ‘Scotland in Miniature’, the Isle of Arran within a short compass captures many aspects of the beauty of Scotland as a whole, from towering granite peaks inviting hill walkers and climbers to peaceful sandy bays overlooked by palm trees growing in the warm climate of The Gulf Stream. The wildlife is outstanding, with deer, pheasant, otter and eagle readily seen in the mountains. There are over 100 species of birds. There are colonies of seals near coastal caves, trails and pathways to mysterious Bronze Age Stone Circles, and many relaxing angling hours to be enjoyed by streams or sea. 7 challenging golf courses tempt the golfer, whilst history and heritage is catered for at Brodick Castle and various museums.” Bruno Baumgärtner, Argentine House Hotel, Whiting Bay.
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These pages have been created by Bill and George Stewart they are sponsored by the contributors herein. We hope you enjoy your visit to our Island site, if you have any comments on our site we would like to hear from you. We are sorry that it is not fully working at the moment but we will be working on it constantly and updating daily.
Bill & George