Local Area

  • Torrlinn Beach

    Kilmory, Isle of Arran, UK .

    Beautiful sandy beach a short walk from The Lagg via a wooded path and ancient burial site.

  • Kilmory Workshop Wood & Pottery

    Cloined, Kilmory, Isle of Arran KA27 8PH .

    Fine woodwork  made by Dave Furze from timber grown on the Isle of Arran. The trees are  planked, seasoned and hand crafted into beautiful items on the premises.  From tree to finished article, woodturning includes bowls, rolling pins, breadboards, vases, lampbases, mirrors, barometers and clocks.  Furniture includes coffee tables, bedside cabinets, chairs and more all with an oiled finish.  Housesigns made from oak and finished with a microporous varnish.  A variety of woods are used including ash, oak, sycamore, elm, larch, beech, birch, laburnum, horse and sweet chestnut.http://www.kilmoryworkshop.co.uk/index.asp?pageid=51908

  • Lagg Distillery

    Kilmory, Isle of Arran, UK .

    Second of two distilleries from Isle of Arran Distillers.  Less than a mile from The Lagg.


  • Mogabout

    www.mogabout.com .


    Mogabout is an experience with three elements: our fabulous vehicles, our knowledgeable guide and our stunning island.

    Jump into the 4 x 4 Mercedes Unimog 16 Seater, with huge windows and comfy seats and listen as our knowledgeable guide shares Arran’s secrets. With access to parts of the island you’d struggle to reach otherwise, Mogabout is TripAdvisor’s no.1 tour on the Isle of Arran. All year round you can discover Arran with us – its history, culture, geography and ecology.

  • Shiskine Golf Course

    Shiskine Golf & Tennis Club, Shore Road, Blackwaterfoot, Isle of Arran, UK .

    Shiskine is a great place to spend some time. The course itself has 12 holes and is a seaside links course with wonderful views. Always in great condition, the greens staff take great pride in the course and work very hard to maintain it to a very high standard. We were founded in 1896 and have many “blind” holes with names such as the “Crows Nest” and the “Himalayas”.