The views from the bedrooms and dining room are spectacular, looking out over the sea to the Kintyre Peninsula.
In the evening relax unwind and watch the sun cast its last rays of sunlight across the sea before dropping behind the hills of Kintyre.
Experience the natural beauty of Arran's countryside and wildlife on the island's west coast, and enjoy quality Bed and Breakfast at its best in perfect surroundings.
We have a wealth to offer at Clisham.
Everyone will be made to feel welcome, from visitors wanting to enjoy the delights the island provides, to those looking for a relaxing holiday or short break, to walkers and cyclists.
If you are island hopping
we are a short distance from Lochranza and the ferry to Cloanaig.
Both bedrooms are spacious and tastefully decorated with enviable sea views.
A good quality fold down bed can be provided for a child or an extra person.
In the evening you can dine out within walking distance or a short drive.
Enjoy the sea views from the dining room while eating a breakfast of your choice,
local produce is used where possible.
Then set off and explore our wonderful Island
Feast your eyes on the wonderful wildlife to be seen.
Dolphins, red deer, seals, otters, eagles, hen harriers, red squirrels, basking sharks,
to name but a few,
and soak up the beauty of Arran's diverse landscape.
From here you will be able to discover all the amenities the Island has to offer.
Hand crafted goods
Great pub grub
And lots lots more!!!
ARRAN IS A BEAUTIFUL ISLAND THAT REALLY CAPTURES THE HEART
Visit website www.arran-clisham.co.uk/availability.asp for availability
Single occupancy £45 per night
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
After disembarking at Brodick terminal make your way onto the main road and follow the signposts to Pirnmill. This road will take you through Brodick and across the middle of the Island. The road will cut off to the right and take you down to the coast road, where you continue north to the village of Pirnmill. A 15 mile journey.
Clisham is just past the village shop and Lighthouse Restaurant.
If you want, you can take the coastal route round the northend of the Island. This road takes you through Corrie and Lochranza. Pirnmill is another 6 miles further on. This journey will take you slightly longer. 19 miles in all.
If arriving in Lochranza take a right turn. Pirnmill is 6 miles down the west coast of the Island.
The bus depost is situated at Brodick ferry teriminal.The bus service from Brodick to Pirnmill connects with most sailings. The bus will take you round the northend of the island through Corrie and Lochranza then on to Pirnmill. Clisham Bed & Breakfast is situated in the centre of the village and is well sign posted. If you ask the driver he will drop you off at the front of the house or very close by. About a 45-50 minute journey .If coming from Lochranza you need to cross the road after disembarking and take the next bus travelling south to Blackwaterfoot. Pirnmill is a 10 minute journey down the road.
Getting here by railway:- Make your way to either Glasgow Central, Paisley Gilmore Street or Kilwinning train station, where you can catch a train that will take you right down to ARDROSSAN HARBOUR, where you can catch the ferry to the Isle of Arran
Getting here by aeroplane:- Glasgow International Airport and Prestwick Airport are the 2 closest Airports to Arran.
From there make your way to Ardrossan Harbour.
Getting here by ferry:- The main ferry leaves from Ardrossan Harbour.
If bringing a vehicle it is advisable to make a reservation. Tel 0800066 5000
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or online www.calmac.co.uk/reserve
If you are travelling down the west coast make your way to Claonaig where a smaller ferry sails to Lochranza.
No booking for this ferry, so advisable to arrive in plenty of time for your chosen sailing.
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