Places of Interest

  • Arran’s latest small hydro generation scheme can be visited here.
  • The location of the car park and start of a circular trail to visit this historic site, most recently used a school for Arran children only two hundred years ago!
  • There is no bus stop here, but you can ask the driver to let you off. There is also a car park at the start of this 1.5 mile walk to the Standing Stones.
  • Start of moderate climb to the top of the waterfall and ecology centre.
  • This is the best place to start your walk to the spectacular Glenashdale Falls and Giants’ Graves. This route is a horseshoe, returning to the Coffee Pot.
  • Cup and rings carved into rock.
  • Situated on an isolated grassy knoll, it was a fortified residence or dun of a type common across western Scotland in the later iron age. All that remains are the stone footings of what would have been a large circular structure with thick stone walls. Ar
  • Torrylin Cairn is much-disturbed today, having been robbed, ploughed and dumped upon for years. But its exposed burial chamber lies well-preserved, enabling us to examine a Neolithic resting place.

Online guide for the Isle of Arran

Including local businesses, places to stay, places to eat, things to see and do. Both website and companion app directs users to their destination using convenient maps and can allow ratings and reviews for all businesses! Island residents will be able to access local trades, while visitors will be able to book their accommodation directly with local hotels and B&Bs.

 

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United Kingdom

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