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Ormidale Hotel
   
Brodick, Isle of Arran, KA27 8BY
   +44 (0)1770 302293
   E-mail Establishment
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £50.00
Double from: £50.00
per room per night
 
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The Invercloy
   
Brodick, Isle of Arran, KA27 8AJ
   +44 (0)1770 302225
   +44 (0)1770 302495
   E-mail Establishment
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £80.00
Double from: £80.00
per room per night
 
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Glenisle Hotel
   
Shore Road, Lamlash, Isle of Arran, KA27 8LY
   +44 (0)1770 600559
   E-mail Establishment
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £102.00
Double from: £102.00
per room per night
 
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Belvedere
   
Alma Road, Brodick, Isle of Arran, KA27 8AZ
   +44 (0)1770 302397
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £60.00
Double from: £60.00
per room per night
 
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The Lagg Hotel
   
Kilmory, Isle of Arran, KA27 8PQ
   +44 (0)1770 870255
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £60.50
Double from: £60.50
per room per night
 
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The Isle of Arran (also known simply as "Arran" in many circles) is the seventh largest island in all of Scotland, weighing in at a healthy four hundred and thirty two square kilometers. As far as the Firth of Clyde (Arran's de facto home) is concerned, the Isle is far and away the largest despite the fact that its population is a sparse five thousand or so. What it lacks in population, however, the Isle more than makes up for with its gorgeous mountains and other striking natural features. It is little wonder, then, that the city has long been considered a geologist's paradise.

The isle has been inhabited in some manner or another as far back as the early Neolithic period and prehistoric remains are still being unearthed in this wonderland to this day. By the 5000s the ancestors of today's Irish people began to colonize this land and would worship their various pagan gods in nature rituals and festivals. Interestingly enough, much of this natural landscape still exists in fine form to this day and it is still the main draw for tourists who flock to the isle each year. It isn't theme parks and beach resorts but the exploration of the wilderness that thrills spectators to this most unique of islands, in other words. Chief among the attractions is the fantastic variety of flora that seems to be revealed at every turn. The Arran Whitebeams, for instance, can only be found in this corner of the world and they are far and away among the most beautiful species in existence. They are also one of the most endangered as well considering the fact that they only seem to thrive in the very small area in which they're traditionally found.

The Isle of Arran is also home to a large proliferation of rare and beautiful animals. Over two hundred birds call the isle home including such unique specimens as the Golden Eagle and the Peregrin Falcon. Red deer can frequently be seen running along the beautiful meadows of the Isle and otters have also been known to turn up in sizable numbers. Further offshore there are many different kinds of dolphins and porpoises as well as a healthy supply of basking sharks. These rare and beautiful species were almost wiped out due to lax hunting and fishing regulations but, thankfully, nearly every breed has made a full recovery and things are starting to look up. The tourism trade is also experiencing a great upswing in sales and popularity and, if things continue this way, the Isle of Arran will experience a renaissance heretofore unknown in the history of this unique and gorgeous slice of Scotland. If you have been looking for the perfect vacation destination that favors natural awe over manmade attractions then you need look no further than the pristine and majestic Isle of Arran. No other place on Earth is as unique and varied as this often overlooked island and it is high time you took a trip to see what all the hoopla is about.


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