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The Isle of Arran is truly a magical Island. Only 55 minutes by ferry from Ayrshire, you arrive to a stunning and diverse Island. The North has rugged mountains with U shaped valleys, and lochs. While the South has rolling hills and is in contrast to the North, thus Arran is known as "Scotland in minature".



There is a great variety of walking on Arran, from a short gentle stroll along the beach to serious mountaneering. 
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The Isle of Arran is a great destination for a holiday, with plenty to see & do. The varied scenery of the Island will keep you spellbound during your visit. A drive round the Island is a must, exploring all the villages, each with its own unique charm. Brodick, Lamlash and Whiting Bay are where most of the people stay, but the rest of the Island is far more rural.
As well as golf there is amazing scenery, history (castles), walking, wildlife, fishing, adventure activities, and all in all the island is very well set up for your visit.

Brodick Castle is situated outside the port of Brodick on the Isle of Arran, an island in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland. It was previously a seat of the Dukes of Hamilton, but is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland.

Golden eagles, otters, red deer, seals, porpoises, dolphins, whales and plenty of species of birds can all be spotted on Arran.

The Arran Distilley at Lochranza (North end) is home to the award winning Arran Single Malt whisky. Well worth a visit and to take a tour and sample the uisge beatha (Scottish Gaelic - literally meaning "water of life").

The Isle of Arran has a wonderful range of local produce all made with the finest of ingredients. Whisky, beer, cheese, oatcakes, ice cream, jams, chutneys, chocolate and so much more.


Shiskine Golf Club,  Shore Road,  Blackwaterfoot,  Isle of Arran,  KA27 8HA
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