Children experiencing lambs
Bellevue Farm


From £20 per adult

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January — December

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As a walk and talk tour, you will learn where your food comes from, on an authentic working family farm based on the fertile Isle of Arran. Find out about farming and island life and meet all our amazing animals. Accommodation also available.

A tour at Bellevue Farm gives you the opportunity to see what happens on a traditional working Arran farm. As you are taken for a walking tour through the farmyard you will learn how our jobs change depending on the season and hear about our farming life - every day is different.

We have a herd of beef cows, breeding sheep and malting barley - which is made into Arran Whisky.

We've also got some special friends along the way: our Highland cows, donkeys - Hamish & Murphy, Tabitha, our miniature Shetland pony, pigs, hens, ducks, rabbits - and Benita, Granada and Eriskay, our cuddly alpacas. Visitors can also help with daily chores, see farm machinery and might even get a chance to sit in one of our big tractors!

Tours take approx 1.5 hours and can be tailored to your individual interests so let us know what you would like to know or see.

All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times to make sure everyone is kept safe on our working farm.

Contact details

Bellevue Farm Tours
Bellevue Farm
Isle of Arran
North Ayrshire
KA27 8EX

Key facilities

Parking Parking
Accessible Parking and Dropoff Disabled Parking
Bespoke Private Small Group (1-16)
Adventure Family Food and drink Landscapes Outdoor Activities Walking Whisky Wildlife

COVID-19 facilities

  • Advance booking essential
  • COVID-19 measures in place
  • Clear signage
  • Contactless payment possible
  • Deep cleaning between visitors
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas

Tour prices


  • £20 Per Adult
  • £7 Per child
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Prices are subject to change depending on season

Tour company information

Bellevue Farm Tours

A great opportunity to see where your food comes from and get hands on experience of family life on a traditional working Arran farm. Every day on the farm is different and this is a great tour for children and adults alike. Visitors are taken for a relaxed walk to see our herd of beef cattle, sheep, hear how our barley is grown for the local distillery and see our tractors and machinery. There's also a few special friends - Hamish & Murphy the donkeys, Tabitha, the minature Shetland pony, highland cows, chicks, rabbits, ducks and hens - and Bonita, Granada, Eriskay the cuddly alpacas.

Opening times

Opening time is currently by arrangement. Tel: 07740 986803

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