Why Kildonan?

Situated at the southern tip of Arran – Kildonan is home to some of the best beaches on the island.

A nearby track leads to the sandy Kildonan shore, which offers delights for children, geologists and nature lovers. The beaches, the local hotel with public bar and separate restaurant are all just a short walk away.  For those of you who love wildlife Kildonan has its own seal colony, otters, buzzards and the odd pod of dolphins are not unheard of.

Located within 1 mile is a magical forest walk around Eas Mor waterfall, which also leads to Loch Garbad - We are also within walking distance of the Forestry walk to Glenashdale Falls and the Giant's Graves.

Why Arran?

Arran is known as ‘Scotland in Miniature’ and is easily accessible from the mainland:

Wildlife – including golden eagles, deer & red squirrels.

Golf courses – 7 in all – including the famous 12 hole links course at Shiskine.

Walking, pony trekking, fishing, tennis, mountain climbing.

And of course it is famed for it’s local produce: award winning cheese, chocolates, whisky & beer, smoked seafood, toiletries and crafts.

The Isle Of Arran and Kildonan

James & Catherine McNeil - Kildonan, Isle of Arran, KA27 8RP

Tel. 01770 820256 - Email: enquiries@drumla.co.uk



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