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Coisas para fazer em Isle of Arran

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Natural Feature
“Ferry leaves from Ardrossan. Lots of interesting places to visit. Scotland in miniature. Goat fell is a lovely hill walk with amazing views from the summit.”
12 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Lovely grounds and a beautiful castle which is filled with some amazing artworks and furnishings. Tea room and adventure play area.”
6 moradores locais recomendam
Café
“Great food, excellent service and a friendly welcome but don't forget to take your own drink as it does not have a licence.”
4 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“Featuring a different live music act every evening, Fiddlers has a great atmosphere, a varied menu and good service. They're able to accommodate a variety of dietary requirements and unlike some of the more local places they serve alcohol (rather than being BYOB) They're also open for lunches and coffee/cake.”
3 moradores locais recomendam
Natural Feature
“The tallest mountain on the Island with spectacular views from the top if you get a clear day.”
3 moradores locais recomendam
Store
“Handmade iconic toiletries from the island - great for luxurious take home presents.”
3 moradores locais recomendam
Lodging
“Pool and gym, playbarn, choice of restaurants. Perfect for a rainy day visit.”
4 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“Just 15 minutes up the coast from Lochranza is a lovely little restaurant called The Lighthouse. Good service, fresh local produce and a menu that changes daily make this a great choice for either a family or romantic meal. Overlooking the sea, this restaurant is also BYOB.”
2 moradores locais recomendam
Bar
“This is a large pub with good nightlife and a great place to get local atmosphere, pub food, outdoor seating on the water”
5 moradores locais recomendam
Natural Feature
“The lovely Isle of Arran is only 267 square kilometers in size but contains examples of just about everything that makes Scotland one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. Arran is a one-hour ferry ride from Ardrossan, which itself is an easy train trip from Glasgow. Like the mainland, the island is marked by magnificent mountains, moorland, sandy beaches, an abundance of wildlife, castles, fishing harbors, and great golf. It's also a walker's paradise, and buses run regularly around the island from the ferry terminal at Brodick to its various tourist attractions. Although its highlights - including Brodick Castle and Goat Fell mountain (873 meters) - can be seen in a day (including the ferry ride), you will want to spend at least a few days exploring this wonderful part of Scotland.”
5 moradores locais recomendam
Cervejaria
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“If you enjoy a wee dram, why not pop over to Arran for the day on the Ferry. ”
4 moradores locais recomendam
Point of Interest
“The cafe in the visitors centre is a great place to stop for lunch or coffee & cake, serving a variety of dishes and accommodating a wide variety of dietary needs. Beautiful views across the local mountain ranges and of course it's right in the distillery for taking in a tour or visiting the shop.”
2 moradores locais recomendam
Café
“Great food and coffee with a lovely view over Brodick Bay and better still, it is also dog friendly so all the party can go.”
2 moradores locais recomendam
Bar
“Consistently good food in pleasant surroundings - open all day from breakfast through to dinner.”
4 moradores locais recomendam
History Museum
“All the history of Arran and it's people Special event days held through the Summer”
4 moradores locais recomendam
Point of Interest
“A lovely walk especially if approached from the path beside Shiskine Golf Club at Blackwaterfoot - Bonnie Prince Charlie allegedly landed here!”
2 moradores locais recomendam