The Anchorage, Arran
The Anchorage villa, Arran - InteriorThe Anchorage villa, Arran - Interior
The Anchorage villa, Arran - InteriorThe Anchorage villa, Arran - Interior
The Anchorage villa, Arran - InteriorThe Anchorage villa, Arran - Interior
The Anchorage villa, Arran - InteriorThe Anchorage villa, Arran - Interior
The Anchorage villa, Arran - InteriorThe Anchorage villa, Arran - Interior

Beautifully appointed, the Anchorage offers spacious family accommodation in a warm, comfortable and well equipped traditional Arran villa. Large garden to the front with wonderful views over Lamlash Bay to the Holy Isle. The house is tastefully furnished and there are 4 comfortable bedrooms, one with en-suite shower – there is also a family bathroom with shower over bath and a separate downstairs w.c. The owners have retained a small cottage to the rear of the villa and guests also should note that there is a shared driveway but private off-road parking in front of The Anchorage. A most attractive property for family holidays that you will want to return to again and again.

Facilities

Sleeps 8 Electricity Inc.
Bedrooms 4 Open Fires No
Double 2 Sea Views Yes
Twin 1 TV Yes
Single 2 Video Yes
Bunk 1 Dishwasher Yes
Sofa Bed 0 W / Machine Yes
Fridge Yes Freezer/Ice Box Yes/No
Pets B/A Tumble Drier Yes
Garden Yes Microwave Yes
Smoking No Shower Yes
Bed Linen Yes Hotel / Pub 1 mile
Towels Hire Available All Year

Rates

Peak Rental: £850
Low Rental: £621

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The Anchorage is owned by Victoria Park Hotel, Edinburgh

About Arran

A family holiday may consist of children wanting time to spend with each other. This may be a time for a family to take up new activities and challenges. This is where ‘Arran comes in’. There are many different things to do on Arran. Everything from swimming to Cycling, from hill walking to shopping and parents who may want to be on there own for a certain time. The same with children. An activity like swimming may interest children, Adults may prefer Tennis, or it may be seeing the sights. Such as Brodick Castle or Lochranza Castle. There are also craft shops that contain products that are made especially on Arran and would only be found here.

Things to do in Arran

These are some activities which are based around Arran

Swimming

Auchrannie or the Kinloch Hotel

Golf

Brodick, Lamlash, Whiting Bay, Shiskine, Corrie, Lochranza Machrie

Horseriding

Sannox, Blackwaterfoot and Brodick

Snooker

Kinloch and Auchrannie

Pool

Every pub on Arran has a pool table

Darts

Most pubs around Arran

Cycling

Anywhere at all

Badminton

Auchrannie Spa resort

Tennis

Blackwaterfoot, Lamlash and Brodick

Putting

Brodick, Whiting Bay, Lamlash

Miniature Golf

Brodick

Hill Walking

Many walks around Arran are safe enough and allow dogs to betaken along. To make sure that the destination of your choice is not within the range of the October shooting season you should always check with Arran Hillwalking Booklet

Night Life

Dances – There is usually a dance somewhere at the weekend, they are advertised in the Arran Banner - our weekly newspaper.

Bars/Hotels

Lagg Inn (Lagg), Shurig (Whiting Bay), Cameronia (Whiting Bay), Pier Head Tavern (Lamlash), Drift Inn (Lamlash), Auchrannie Hotel (Brodick), Auchrannie Spa Resort Bar (Brodick)

Halls

Brodick

Arrans Cinema Facilities, Guides, Brodick Library and Dances

Lamlash

Public Shows, Youth Club, Folk Festival, Out of school care, and dances

Whiting Bay

Playgroup, Market, Arran Junior Singers, Folk festival and dances

Kildonan

Cinema Facilities and dances

Shiskine

Playgroup, Guides, Scouts, Concerts, out of school Care

Kilmory

Youth Club, Auctions and dances

Corrie

Playgroup, Auctions, Market and dances

Lochranza

Ceilidh and Dances

Things to see in Arran

Lochranza

The Distillery

You can go for a tour around the distillery where you can taste the fine whisky produced on Arran.

Golf Course

Here you likely to see some deer out for their morning stroll so don’t hit them with any balls.

Lochranza Castle

An old castle situated right next to the sea. It has been under renovation and is as good as ever. A great way to spend a day out.

Caledonian Ferry

The ferry takes you across to Cloanaig and only takes half an hour. It is a smooth crossing and it is a nice d<o:p> ay out for the family.

Brodick

The Arran Heritage Museum

The museum hosts a number of great learning experiences. There is a gift shop, an exhibition showing what a house in the late 1900s would look like. There is also a part of the museum which lets you have an insight into how horse shoes were made. It is a really interesting experiencing and one which, if it was your first time visiting Arran, we would suggest.

The Castle

National Trust for Scotland property

The Arran Banner

This is the Islands local Newspaper and will tell you most of what you need to know about Arran. This is a weekly newspaper, this is also available to buy every Friday. For all of the gossip from the island, get the Arran Banner.

Mothers - Get Pampered!!

There is a wide range of Aromatherapy, Massages and Reflexology Services and Hairdressers. You can also treat yourself to a manicure and pedicure.

Cinema

The main village on the island that hosts the Screen Machine is Brodick. You can see all the latest films and it has the comfort of a normal cinema.

Bands

These are a few of the best bands on Arran:

Stumpy’s Cabin
District 32
The News Band
Neat Malt
Deep Joy
SubSciFish
The Bougillie Band

These bands do a lot of different gigs throughout the year including the obvious ones like New Year Eve or Burns Night and even St Andrews Day . Then there are the annual events which include Three In The Park, held on the playing fields in Whiting Bay (just to give that true festival field effect), Rugby Sevens Dances usually held on a Saturday Night in Brodick, Lamlash or Whiting Village Halls. These are but a few of some of the great occasions held all year round!

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