The Shore House is on the southern shore of Brodick Bay looking across to Goatfell and beyond to the Islands of Bute and the Cumbries.
It provides an excellent location from which to explore the many historic, geological and archeological sites on Arran or just relax and soak up the peace and pace of island life.
The Shore House was originally built as a first class hotel on the Brodick Seafront in the 1930's. The property has been converted and refurbished into 10 self catering apartments. Each apartment is fully self contained, consisting of one or two bedrooms with bath or shower. Lounge/kitchens are fully equipped with tv/dvd, cooker, microwaves and dishwashers. Most apartments have sea views and the large garden area allows you to enjoy the magnificient scenery from outside. In addition there is a large reception hall at the Shore House and many guests like to read and relax in front of its log fire in the winter.
So whether you intend to explore the many attractions of Arran or quietly stroll between the Pier and Brodick Castle, the Shore House is uniquely placed to provide you with an excellent self catering base.