|"Lovely cottage very well equipped."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"Couples retreat was spectacular."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"Beautiful location with stunning landscapes"||(in 45 reviews)|
|""Nothing really, no negative comments to make.""||(in 17 reviews)|
|"Disappointing for this level of hotel."||(in 17 reviews)|
|"Dog friendly."||(in 4 reviews)|
|staff were very friendly||in 283 reviews|
|room was lovely||in 173 reviews|
|room was too hot||in 165 reviews|
|great food||in 152 reviews|
|facilities the hotel||in 128 reviews|
|breakfast was good||in 100 reviews|
|beautiful location||in 95 reviews|
|main hotel||in 90 reviews|
|nothing is too much||in 84 reviews|
|spa treatments||in 62 reviews|
|bit expensive||in 48 reviews|
|brambles||in 30 reviews|
|lodge||in 26 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 22 reviews|
|weather being unpredictable||in 22 reviews|
|poached eggs toast||in 16 reviews|
|steam room||in 15 reviews|
|dog friendly||in 13 reviews|
|pool and spa||in 12 reviews|
|family friendly||in 11 reviews|
|arran||in 10 reviews|
|couples retreat||in 8 reviews|
|nothing is too much trouble||in 8 reviews|
Walls were paper thin and could every single step outside the door and every conversation above, to my left and to my right. Food was over priced for very average quality. Stuffed mushrooms are a flobby joke. Pool temps are far too low and the Sunarium was broken
Loved that I was able to schedule a last minute spa treatment! The shuttle to and from the pier is very very helpful. The staff were great - very accommodating. The pool and spa that come with the hotel stay are perfect!
Only one stressed bar tender made ordering drinks a bit difficult, but the rest of the staff were great!
Auchrannie Resort is located on Isle of Arran and provides 4-star accommodation as well as free Wi-Fi, a Jacuzzi and a free shuttle service. It also features 24-hour room service, a rooftop terrace and outdoor tennis courts.
The resort has 115 rooms and has been recently refurbished. Guests can enjoy the recreational activities available, such as a BBQ/picnic area, a playground and bicycle rental.
Auchrannie Resort has an on-site restaurant, ideal for those preferring to eat in. In the evening, guests are welcome to relax with a drink in the in-house bar. A choice of dining options can also be found in close proximity to the property.
The resort is an ideal place to explore nearby Cir Mhor, Holy Isle Firth of Clyde and Goat Fell, as well as everything the local area has to offer. Beinn Tarsuinn and Brodick Castle are a brief drive away.
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Home to incredible hospitality and amenities, the hotel has received countless awards in recognition of outstanding service to guests. Among other achievements, Auchrannie Resort has received Pet Friendly Hotel of the Year, Spa Hotel of the Year, Family Hotel of the Year at the renowned Scottish Hotel Awards. Undoubtedly one of the premier resorts across all of the United Kingdom, you will feel like a star from the minute you enter the front door.
A treat will be waiting for you when you check in, as well as fluffy towels to dry off muddy paws. Sleeping beds and food bowls are not provided, thus it is important that you remember to pack them before leaving home. Doggy bins are located around the resort, with water bowls situated on the outdoor terraces. A number of fantastic walking trails are close by, feel free to ask the reception staff for directions and tips.
Reserve a table at Brambles Seafood + Grill and enjoy a memorable meal while away on holiday. There is picturesque seating available out on the patio, or inside by the warm and cozy wood-fired burner. Fresh and tasty locally-sourced seafood is on the menu including Shetland mussels and North Sea haddock. The stylish but laid-back setting is the perfect place to celebrate an anniversary or birthday, and you can expect to pay roughly £40 (approximately $50) per person with drinks included.
The fitness center is home to a games hall, where you can play a range of sports such as badminton, volleyball, netball, basketball, tennis, bowls and table tennis. Court hire varies for each sport but is generally about £15 (approximately $19) per hour, with racquets or other equipment provided. You can also participate in group fitness classes like yoga, circuit training, body blitz and hydrofit.
Break up your usual routine and indulge in Reiki style therapy. The ancient Japanese treatment reduces stress and focuses on healing both the mind and body. The 1h 15m session is a rejuvenating experience and costs roughly £15 (approximately $19). You may also be interested in an Indian head massage, that uses pressure points to stimulate circulation and relieve tension.
Get the kids outside and exploring the incredible island with bicycle hire and gorge walks through local rivers and waterfalls. Try out the archery facilities and try to hit a bullseye, or build and test your own raft. The Playbarn offers a three-story indoor playground for kids to discover, as well as interactive games and a picnic area. Arcade games and air hockey tables are sure to keep the young ones entertained, while pottery making classes are a hands-on activity that everyone can try out. The outdoor adventure playground at Isle Be Wild has plenty of slides and cubby houses to navigate. (Prices checked 24/05/19).
Auchrannie Resort is located at Auchrannie Road 1, 0.6 miles from the centre of Brodick. Arran Heritage Museum is the closest landmark to Auchrannie Resort.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 10:00 at Auchrannie Resort.
Yes, Auchrannie Resort offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Auchrannie Resort offers free parking.
No, Auchrannie Resort does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Auchrannie Resort is 22 miles from Glasgow Prestwick. Auchrannie Resort is 22.7 miles from Campbeltown Machrihanish.
Yes, Auchrannie Resort has a pool on-site.