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Offering free WiFi and garden views, The Greannan Lower Self catering apartment is an accommodations located in Blackwaterfoot. This apartment features a garden and free private parking. Perfect accommodation within a short walk to Blackwaterfoot. Ideally situated. Would highly recommend. Janis was a perfect host
Offering free WiFi and garden views, Greannan Upper Self Catering Apartment is an accommodations located in Blackwaterfoot. This apartment has a garden and free private parking. The property was 10mins from the beach if walking , was on a small hill so the view was panoramic and very scenic, also very quiet and peaceful, loved everything about it.
Located in the picturesque fishing village of Carradale, on the East Coast of the Kintyre Peninsula, this welcoming family-run hotel features spectacular views across the Kilbrannan Sound to Arran and... Nice quiet location Breakfast was very good Welcoming, friendly, engaging Communication was very prompt
Located in Lamlash, 1312 feet from Lamlash Beach, Monamore Guest House features accommodations with a garden and free private parking. The guest house has family rooms. Everything so good Emily great host Rooms very comfortable Very clean Lots of extra little touches
Located in Carradale, Drumfearne Guest house & Tearoom has a restaurant, garden and free WiFi throughout the property. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Extremely welcoming host Joanna is delightful, friendly and obliging. Husband Vitold is a wonderful and talented professional chef and baker. We had (complimentary) tea/coffee and scones on arrival and had dinner on our first night. Excellent food - well cooked and beautifully presented. Breakfast was amazing. Our sea-view room was lovely and there’s outside seating where you can admire their stunning garden too. A great place to stay or just eat if passing through (open to non-residents) in Carradale. Go there. You will not be disappointed. View from bedroom.
Quiet location and stunning views. We walked to the Blackwaterfoot Lodge each evening for our meal. There were a few small shops in Blackwaterfoot, butchers, harbour shop, grocers as well as three places to eat.
Blackwaterfoot is a beautiful place.The centre of the village has some lovely little shops to buy provisions for a day,s walking.And the Kinloch hotel offers excellent meals in the evening.The coastline is stunning and at places like nearby "corriecavie" you can see seals and many seabirds.Also the tour of nearby Bellevue farm is well worth a visit.For peace and quiet September is a good time to go and the weather can be pretty good too.If you don't have a car with some forward planning it is easily reached by public transport.
It is on the quiet side of the island which is great and there are some small local shops for essentials. It isn't a place to go to if you want busy nightlife and lots of people, more for outside activities, the beach and chilling with family/ friends
I had been twice previously with friends on golfing trips, so had promised my wife a trip to Arran and Blackwaterfoot in particular, and she was overjoyed. We walked around the beach and surrounding countryside at least 2 or 3 times a day and thoroughly enjoyed.
Blackwaterfoot is peaceful and quiet. It is a little remote and it's about 20 minutes to Brodick on a road which winds around and up quite a height over hills. I didn't particularly enjoy travelling on that road, very steep and I was a little scared on it, hence I came home early because I didn't wish to travel on the road again.
BLACKWATERFOOT ALTHOUGH NOT SET IN THE BUSY PART OF ARRAN IS A GREAT PLACE TO BASE YOUR HOLIDAY. IDEAL FOR WALKING GOLFING AND ANYTHING FOR THE OUTDOORS PERSON.EATING OUT IS LIMITED BUT THE KINLOCH HOTEL IS A GREAT PLACE FOR MEALS AND IS ONLY A SHORT DISTANCE FROM THE GREANNAN B AND B. TRANSPORT IS ESSENTIAL UNLESS YOU ARE A KEEN CYCLIST. ALL IN ALL A BEAUTIFUL PART OF A BREATH TAKING ISLAND