My friends and I stayed here in Brodick for 3 nights for a short break and a spot of hillwalking. The Shorehouse is cheap enough clean and pleasant and a but a short walk from the ferry terminal. Its on the main drag so you can't get lost. We booked a two bedroomed apartment which came with a very well equipped kitchen and a separate dining room. The living area is quite small and the TV would have been better mounted on the wall rather than on the small table (Creaks in the neck) WE enjoyed our stay. Pets are allowed and I'd recommend a visit if you are on a budget. There are plenty of places to eat and its worth getting out and about if you can and go further afield. Arran is a treat to be explored. Recommend a visit. There is a large CoOp nearby and a very good giftshop/cafe.
- Also Known As:
- The Shorehouse Brodick, Isle Of Arran
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated on the shore front in the centre of Brodick and looking across the bay to Goatfell and the Islands of Bute and The Cumbraes beyond. Many of the Island amenities are in walking distance of the front door including Auchrannie Spa which is open to the public and all the restaurants and bars in the Islands principle town. The Shorehouse offers fully equipped one and two bedroom apartments, most with sea views, with sitting/dining rooms, bedrooms and bath/shower room. The apartments have satellite TV, DVD and Free Wi-Fi. The Shorehouse is Walker and Cyclists accredited by VisitScotland. ... more less