Arran Lodge & Arran Sleep Huts
Welcome to the Arran Lodge, the ultimate self-catering experience on the stunning Isle of Arran! If you’re looking for a place to kick back and relax, look no further! With 13 spacious rooms and Sleep Huts, this place has everything you need for an unforgettable vacation.
Located atop a tranquil hill in Lamlash, Arran, the Lodge offers spectacular views of the Holy Isle and the surrounding waters. And let me tell you, they are breath taking! Whether you’re travelling solo or in a group of up to 60 people, the Lodge has got you covered. With plenty of self-catering options, you can enjoy your vacation at your own pace.
And the best part? The Arran Lodge is just a short drive away from the Brodick ferry station. Once you arrive, you’ll be surrounded by the mature beauty of our property. Our sprawling lawn slopes down to Lamlash Bay, where you can take in a magnificent vista of Holy Isle, King’s Cross, the Clyde Estuary, and the Ayrshire Coast. And if you need a break from all the sun, our palm trees provide the perfect shady oasis.
So why not book your stay at the Arran Lodge today?
There are 13 bedrooms available at the Arran Lodge, each of which offers stunning views of Lamlash Bay and Holy Isle. The bedrooms are all placed on the first and second floors, which the stairs can only reach. As a result, disabled people cannot enter any of the rooms in the house.
Anyone interested in visiting this island has the opportunity to stay at one of the reasonably priced accommodations offered on the island. The pricing was reasonable, the place was spotless, and the employees were kind.
Each sleeping hut has its bathroom and sleeping shelters that are furnished with mattresses. Guests are cordially invited to make use of the recently renovated cookhouse throughout their whole stay in order to prepare any meals of their choosing.
This contemporary kitchen has a sink in the kitchen and comes fully equipped with anything else you need or desire.
In addition to that, there is a facility where waterproof gear and hiking boots may be dried off. There are a total of 25 different huts that can be used for sleeping, and each has its private bathroom. These huts may be hired individually, in pairs, or as a complete unit. They are all fitted with air conditioning.
The front desk is available daily, starting at 4 p.m. and operating through 10 a.m. On the right-hand side of the building that houses the Arran Lodge in Lamlash, Scotland, is a facility referred to as the Arran Sleep Hut Reception.
This facility is available to guests of the Arran Lodge. There is accommodation for a total of sixty visitors at the Arran Lodge. Twenty of the Lodge’s rooms are set aside exclusively for single occupancy. In contrast, the other twenty are set aside for double occupancy.
A wonderful setting for any event you can think of, in whatever capacity! In the fully-furnished kitchen with each sleeping hut, you are more than welcome to prepare your meals.
Personal space includes a comfortable bed, a kettle, a flat-screen TV, a connected bathroom with plenty of hot water in the shower, and a toilet. A private sleep hut with an attached bathroom and a shared balcony with another guest is the appropriate option for individuals with a more limited budget or who prefer spending time outside.
The Arran Sleep Huts are a fantastic option for hill hikers because of their proximity to the Arran Coastal Way, the Lamlash golf course, and many mountain biking paths. Dogs are welcome in the Sleep Huts and other accommodations; a nominal fee is required to bring well-mannered dogs. We hope you and your dog have a wonderful stay on this island.
You’ll find it on the Isle of Arran in Scotland’s Lamlash. Turn left as soon as you depart the Brodick ferry terminal, and follow the instructions to go to Lamlash. After roughly three kilometres, there will be a crossroads at the bottom of the hill with Lamlash bay and the Holy Isle in front of you. Take a left at this junction.
Continue down the coastal road for another half mile after the hospital road has passed. When the road leading to the beach makes a sharp turn to the left, a large tree and a red post box will be built into the wall next to the road’s signpost.
After climbing the forest road, you’ll reach The Arran Lodge and the Arran Sleep Huts; the reception area is via the side door. The entrance to the parking area for the Lodge may be found to the right of the main building.
While cycling around the island, a group of us stayed here, which lived up to our expectations. Its rooms were pristine, and some had breath-taking views of the Holy Isle. The gardens are gorgeous, and the kitchen and other interior facilities are perfect if you want to avoid bites.
It is a location that I would return to and would not hesitate to suggest to others. Thank you so much for such a fantastic stay; the on-site manager was accommodating, and the owner who lived in the cottage was very kind and welcoming.
Their employees are lovely; they go out of their way to be courteous and helpful. The rooms are nice, there is enough space in the showers, safe indoor storage for bicycles, a drying place, and a kitchen. The price is reasonable.
Because of its handy location, it is also an ideal site to walk to the nearby pubs, making it an all-around great area. It was completely difficult to locate something similar at the pricing that we were looking for.