Popular properties in Arran
Bed and Breakfast
Blackwaterfoot Lodge is a late 19th Century Victorian house, in the centre of the village thus close to village ammenities and Blackwaterfoot's picturesque harbour and five minutes from Shiskine golf course. The trwo self catering units are attached to the Lodge. There's a friendly little bar. usually with real ale on tap, and a full-blown restaurant - though Covid-19 regulations could affect the restaurant service this year.
The Loft makes an ideal base from which to explore Arran for up to four people. In the gallery, you will see the first bedroom, which is a double bedroom with a kitchen and a shower room located on the first floor, and the second bedroom is on the ground floor.
The Isle of Arran is a thumbnail image of the mainland. It encapsulates the geology, and thus the scenery, of the mainland in an island that is a mere 57 miles around, kidney shaped, about 25 miles long and 12 miles wide. It is therefore very user friendly: human scaled, and eminently accessible from Glasgow or Prestwick airport. It's the things it doesn't have that add to its attraction; no amusement arcades, for example, and you never have to pay to park your car.