Dunvegan House is a sandstone building that is a 4 star rated guest house in the village of Brodick on the Isle of Arran. The guest house sits right on the sea front, between the pier (Arran's main ferry terminal) and the heart of the village. From here you get magnificent views of Brodick Bay, the Ayrshire coast and Goatfell, Arran's highest mountain.
The guest house has nine rooms, eight of which are fully en suite and the ninth having private facilities and all are beautifully furnished and decorated, with a TV, radio/alarm and tea and coffee making facilities.
There is a cosy and welcoming guests' lounge, where you can relax after a hard day's sightseeing or hill walking. The dining room is bright and airy, and overlooks Brodick Bay. Helen and George pride themselves on the high standards of their cuisine, and use only the freshest of local produce wherever possible.
The table d'hote menu includes such starters as melon and prawn salad, cream of carrot and ginger soup and crepes filled with mushroom sauce and topped with cheese. The main dishes include Kintyre grilled salmon, Scotch sirloin steak or chicken with Arran mustard. You can then choose from a selection of sweets or the cheeseboard. Other menus are available on request. This is the ideal place for a relaxing holiday on one of Scotland's most beautiful islands, and if you arrive by ferry, either Helen or George will be more than pleased to pick you up from the ferry if you give prior notice.
There are a range of activities and attractions on the island and it is ideal for walking, cycling, fishing, golfing and horse riding.
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Rates: From £60 single occupancy.
From £85 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Ground floor rooms available.
Children are welcome.
4 Stars Visit Scotland.