Allandale House

01770 302278
Corriegills Road
Brodick
Isle of Arran
KA27 8BJ
Located in the most southern of the Scottish Islands, Allandale House is one of Scotland Bed and Breakfasts' ideal locations for your island holiday. Your host, Ann Keizer, will provide you with the warm friendly welcome common to the local culture, having you want to come back time and time again.

With the personal attention to the details of your stay at Allandale House I am sure you will leave relaxed and stress free with many warm memories of this peaceful and beautiful place. The comfortable rooms at Allandale House have a bath and/or shower, coffee/tea, hairdryer and central heating for your convenience. All rooms are en suite apart from the twin room which has a private bathroom opposite.

Allandale House prides itself on its child-friendly atmosphere, with cots and highchairs provided if need be.

The beautiful south facing garden provides ample space for a walk on the grounds, as well as a lounge for you to sit and relax in at your leisure. There is Payphone and free parking available on site for your added convenience.

Allandale House adheres to a non-smoking policy allowing for a safer and cleaner environment for all of our guests. Prices start from £80 per room per night including breakfast.

The Isle of Arran is often referred to as "Scotland in Miniature" due to the fact that although it is a small island it captures many aspects of the variety and beauty of Scotland with its mountains in the north and rolling hills and meadows in the south. The town of Brodick seems like the perfect location for your stay as you discover all the area has to offer. Ferry service, hospital, and local amenities are locally at your service.

From here you can plan your daily outings to include such attractions as castles, stone circles, a brewery, a distillery and a museum. Allandale House is one of the few Scotland bed and breakfasts that can provide you with peace and tranquility and nearby the beauty of the ocean, the richness of an ancient culture, and the architecture which has made Scotland so endearing.

I am sure you will agree with us!