Arran is the largest of the Scottish Islands in the Firth of Clyde and is known locally as “Scotland in miniature”. Why? Isle of Arran posseses many of the country’s greatest qualities all within its own shores of course! This makes Arran the ideal destination for visitors looking for a mix of culture, history, and outdoor adventure - the forests, beaches, mountains, and towns of Arran will not disappoint.
Brodrick and the Highlands and Lowlands
The capital town of Brodick sits right on the dividing line of the Scottish Highlands and Lowlands, and a stay here will allow visitors to discover all of Arran’s offerings, from the peak of Goatfell mountain in the north, Brodick Castle, or Lamlash Golf Club in the South. Whether you’re after a comfy stay in a three star hotel, a quaint bed & breakfast, or something a little more luxurious, use Expedia’s search tool to find the Brodick accommodations that best suit you.
If you’re looking to get out and explore the Highlands and Lowland of the Isle of Arran, be sure to bring a good pair of boots or shoes, as this landscape provides the ultimate opportunity to trek through some of Scotland’s most scenic lands.
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