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Top Isle of Arran Romantic Hotels

Auchrannie Resort
Great for couples
4 out of 5
Auchrannie Road, Brodick, Isle of Arran, Scotland
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is £98 per night from 31 Oct to 31 Oct
4.5/5 Wonderful! (164 reviews)
Couples like: full-service spa, bar, hot tub
Travellers say...
"Second time I have been lucky enough to stay at the fabulous Auchrannie Resort. I always feel so relaxed when I'm there. We stayed in a retreat this time, which reminded us of a Scandinavian wooden lodge. It had a fabulous wood fired hot tub with beautiful mountain views. Small kitchen, but adequate ..."

Reviewed on 21 Sep 2021

Auchrannie Resort
Kildonan Hotel
Great for couples
3 out of 5
Kildonan, Isle of Arran, Scotland
3.8/5 Good! (84 reviews)
Couples like: bar, on the beach
Travellers say...
"We arrived two hours after check-in time hoping we would get straight into our room. A man behind the desk gave us a room key and just as we started to head out of the foyer to try and find the room, the manager came along and grabbed the key out of my hand and said we wouldn't be in that room and ..."

Reviewed on 31 Oct 2019

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Romantic Hotels and Accommodation in Isle of Arran

If you and your partner need some romantic time away, we've got just the ticket. Couples enjoy Isle of Arran for its island views and seaside. If you want to get outside and explore the captivating natural surroundings with your significant other, you might make a stop by Goat Fell or Caisteal Abhail.

Whether you're a couple that enjoys staying near top sights or you're looking for special in-room perks, you might consider checking out these 2 romantic accommodation options in Isle of Arran.

Expedia travellers love this property for its romantic atmosphere and amenities:

Auchrannie Resort: This 4-star hotel offers massages, a spa tub and 2 indoor pools. Our guests appreciate its comfortable rooms and prime location.

When is the Best Time to Visit Isle of Arran?

Weather can be a major factor for your holiday, so we've provided seasonal rainfall and temperature stats to help you plan your holiday:

  • Hottest months: July, August, June and September, with an average temperature of 18°F
  • Coldest months: January, February, March and December, with an average temperature of 1°F
  • Driest months: May, April, July and March, with an average rainfall of 2.75 inches
  • Rainiest months: January, October, November and December, with an average rainfall of 5 inches

Sightseeing in and around Isle of Arran

There's nothing better than seeing a new destination with your sweetheart, so consider checking out all there is to see and do in Isle of Arran. Couples looking for a little of everything will enjoy Isle of Arran for its island views, seaside and historic landmarks. You might consider a visit to Arran Heritage Museum, Brodick Isle of Arran Ferry Terminal or Brodick Castle.

Expedia travellers also like Isle of Arran for its:
  • Golfing
  • Cultural attractions
  • Cycling

Getting around Isle of Arran

To get to Isle of Arran, you can fly into Campbeltown (CAL), which is the closest major airport, located 19.9 mi (32 km) from the city centre. You can take a ferry across the water to see more of the region.

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Isle of Arran Hotel Reviews

Auchrannie Resort
Expedia Verified Review
5 / 5 Excellent
Second time I have been lucky enough to stay at the fabulous Auchrannie Resort. I always feel so relaxed when I'm there. We stayed in a retreat this time, which reminded us of a Scandinavian wooden lodge. It had a fabulous wood fired hot tub with beautiful mountain views. Small kitchen, but adequate for basic cooking. No where inside to sit and eat, so ate on our laps on the sofa, which wasn't ideal, but certainly not enough to affect the stay. Expensive, but worth it!
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