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Auchrannie is a family-owned resort offering two four-star hotels, a traditional House Hotel, Spa Resort and thirty 5-star self-catering luxury lodges for guests to choose from. Guests may choose to enjoy two indoor swimming pools or make use of the fitness suites/studios and sports hall. Enjoy lunch or dinner out at the Cruize Bar Brasserie, or a more relaxed atmosphere, head over to Brambles Seafood and Grill. The resort is a short drive from the Brodick Castle, Garden and Country Park which boasts over ten miles of trails, as well as wildlife ponds, landscaped gardens and gorgeous waterfalls to discover.

Large, contemporary rooms offer flexibility & comfort, and upgraded rooms feature separate bunk areas or access to an outdoor terrace & hot tub.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Egyptian-cotton sheets
  • Fridge
  • Free WiFi
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • DVD player
  • Shower/tub combination
  • Phone
  • Free bottled water
  • Desk
  • Private bathroom
  • Bathrobes
  • Free toiletries
  • Hairdryer
  • In-room massage available
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Premium bedding
  • Television
  • Satellite TV service
  • Room service (24 hours)

Cruize Bar Brasserie
This stylish, modern bar brasserie serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and light fare. From homemade pizzas & pasta to sharing platters, steaks & burgers, there’s something for everyone. A children’s menu is available. Reservations are required.

Brambles Seafood Grill
This restaurant specializes in locally-sourced seafood and serves lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy drinks at the bar, by the wood burner, or out on the terrace. A children’s menu is available. Open daily.

Eighteen69
Located within a stunning glasshouse overlooking the garden, Eighteen69 serves an extensive menu of Scottish themed tapas for dinner. Guests can enjoy drinks at the bar. Open selected days.

On the map: Arran or the Isle of Arran is an island off the coast of Scotland, in the United Kingdom. It is the largest island in the Firth of Clyde and the seventh-largest Scottish island, at 432 square kilometres.

Arran is often referred to as Scotland in miniature, due to its varied landscapes and rich history. In the south of Arran, you can find fertile valleys, meadows and prehistoric ruins. The north of Arran is very different, tall mountains and deep valleys where deer rule, combined with very picturesque villages in the North and East on the beautiful shores of the Firth of Clyde.

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