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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
Kinneil Self Catering apartments are located in a property built by Clyde shipping magnate Captain W. Buchanan in 1885. The view! Wonderful even in the rain. Lovely character to the property (e.g. ceiling 'portholes'), comfortably furnished and very well equipped. Loads of natural light in all rooms and very spacious. Everything worked. Hostess (Ute) was so welcoming and friendly. The elevated position of the property kept us fit! Really close to Lamlash, very easy to get around.
Stonewater House Vegan Bed and Breakfast offers accommodations in Lamlash. Rooms come with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. Warm welcome and hot drinks and biscuits on arrival. Welcomed to use the lounge with balcony throughout our stay. Breakfast was unbelievable, we could not believe the variety. The portions were quite big , tasted amazing and of the best quality. The little touches on the tea tray and selection of fruit in the room was lovely too. 100% by far the best b&b I’ve stayed and I highly recommend. I would book again next time I visit Arran. Namaste 🙏🏼
Located in Lamlash, just less than 0.6 mi from Lamlash Beach, Lamlash- Self catering accommodations with seaviews features beachfront accommodations with a garden and free WiFi. Situated on Shore Road which has magnificent views over Lamlash and the The Holy Isle. Owners on site to help with any additional needs.
Lamlash is perfect stay on the Island to get to everywhere. Perfect and beautiful views of Lamlash Bay and the Holy Isle and the Lamlash Bay Hotel, The PHT and the Old Pier are the most fantastic places to have a bite to eat and drink and enjoy the gorgeous views on Arran! There is a String Road and Ross Road that takes you all round the Island. Lochranza has a wonderful walk to see across the coastline and seals basking. The Kinloch Hotel is fantastic for food and would highly recommend and is situated on the beachfront of Blackwaterfoot. Its an absolute must to visit Arran...our 10th visit and will be going again!
How lovely and blue and green the water was, almost like the Mediterranean but unfortunately without the heat, although the weather was lovely for Scotland, nice and sunny. A great place to stay and a really nice places to eat namely a pub /restaurant by the name of "The Drift Inn" and a lovely Café on the sea front called The Pierhead Café which produced a marvellous Bacon sandwich, perfect for a quick breakfast. Touring around Arran in the car following the coastal route and with a few stop offs along the way takes slightly less than half a day, with a stop off at the new Distillery at Lagg where you can get tea or coffee as a refreshment for the rest of your journey.
During these trying times when everyone is still figuring things out. We enjoyed our visit to the village of Lamlash Arran, we ate out for every meal. Observed the socially distant thing and every shop/ restaurant you go into has hand sanitiser and you are required to wear your mask while wandering around, not outside or at your table. We felt pretty safe, enjoyed Arran Ice creams and cheeses, and their hospitality. Would highly recommend the food at the Pierhead Tavern pub food done very well. The old Pier Tea-room also has very good coffee and amazing scones. The bus service was great as we did not take a car, and the drivers are very friendly and helpful. Thoroughly enjoyed our mini break away from the city. All within walking distance in the village a smaller Co-op also available, a short bus journey to Brodick where there was a large Co-op.
A small town on the east coast of Arran. Lamlash can boast of the lovely views of Holy Island. From Lamlash, it is easy to visit other areas of the island - we covered most of the sites including the Machrie Moor Standing Stones, Kings Cave, Lochranza, Brodick Castle Gardens and also visited the two distilleries. Unfortunately, Covid restrictions did limit opportunities to try many of the eateries but we didn't go hungry!
Lamlash is a beautiful place the beach is lovely and the views out over the sea are amazing.The Octopus centre is great for a visit if you want to see what is going on beneath the waves!It is well connected to a reliable bus service if you want to get out and about and if you arrive in Brodick by Ferry the bus journey from there is only ten minutes.There is a handy local CO-OP if you want to stock up on provisions and I had a nice lunch one day at the Drift Inn.
Lamlash is simply stunning will definitely be back for longer break next time didn't realise how big place is we drove for hours round this place amazing ! We also got pleasure of seeing the seals 7 in total what a place !
Everything so good Emily great host Rooms very comfortable Very clean Lots of extra little touches
Location! The view! Beautiful gardens.
Good atmosphere, staff friendly