Eas-Mor
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  • Bernie F
    5 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A beautiful place to relax
    Kildonan is a beautiful relaxing village offering an amazing beach. There are toilets ran by the community at a very high standard of cleanliness. Please leave a donation to assist this service. From there walk through the woodland exploring the hydro system leading you to Eas mor falls. A parking area is just off the main road. Room for several cars and camper vans. Look for Big Albert a Viking in appearance and gentle of heart. His knowledge on the area is outstanding. Follow the left trail that goes passed the new Caffe and take a walk to the falls, library and ampi theatre. The views are amazing. I could go on and on but why not see it for yourself.
    Visited April 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 21 April 2023
  • Pete
    4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Best wee walk and great food at the cafe
    Whilst not a particularly long walk I find it hard to think of another walk which has so much packed into its route. There are beautiful views, mature woodlands, and a few fairly steep sections for anyone looking for a wee challenge. However, it’s the other elements that make it a stand-out. All along the route are little surprises like an amphitheatre, a little library deep in the woods adorned with paper messages from visitors, sculptures and seating, a little bar and barbecue area, and in the lower forest there is a fairy glen with wood sculptures and a hydro plant to power facilities. The hydro plant provides enough energy to the grid to help Eas-Mor fund new developments like their cafe. We stopped there for a late lunch and the food was fantastic. Even more notable was the enthusiasm and warm welcome from the staff/volunteers running the place. When we visited it was their first weekend serving food and there were a couple of wee teething problems but nothing major and I would recommend a visit to anyone in the area. We sat outside and had incredible views as we ate. Well worth a visit. Finally, if you have time, head down the hill into Kildonan itself and if the tide is out look for the fossilised dinosaur footprints in the sedimentary rock down by the shore - no fan fair, no sign posts, no tourism capitalisation. They’re just there and anyone can wander over and have a look at some incredible dinosaur footprints.
    Visited July 2023
    Travelled with friends
    Written 25 July 2023
  • Nanoushka646
    Glasgow, United Kingdom69 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A must visit!
    A beautiful walk with the Loch, falls amphitheatre and library along the way. Really interesting for all ages. A little steep to begin with and if you do the lower forest walk its also a bit steep at the end. However after all that walking you can reward yourself with a visit to the stunning cafe. A work of art literally awaits!! Great coffee, lovely service and the food looked great, so much so we are going back just for that..... we'll maybe have a wee walk after lunch 🤔. People who there were all commenting about how lovely the home made food was, we'd had a big breakfast so didn't indulge. If going by bus just ask the driver to stop at the Eas Mor carpark. I would highly recommend visiting.
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled with friends
    Written 2 August 2023
  • Bill P
    Kendal, United Kingdom89 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Unique cafe. Do visit !
    An excellent cafe run by Lorna. The woodwork inside is amazing, all done by a local Craftsman. Lorna’s partner owns the woods to the north and south. The food is home made. Only been open a few months but really is worth a visit.
    Visited September 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 22 September 2023
  • Jean B
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Eas Mor a magical place
    Fantastic place. We walked up to the waterfall and on to the loch returning via the Library. What a magical place. Had lovely homemade soup at the café and chatted to the owner. What a fantastic vision he had. Assisted by friends he has made Eas Mor a beautiful place and well worth a visit.
    Visited November 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 28 November 2023
  • babsFife_Scotland
    86 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Please go here
    Read about this walk on line. Absolutely loved the walk....library ..outside "bar" The weather was horrendous,we got soaked but nevertheless loved it all. The falls were spectacular. Gave a donation at the end of walk
    Visited February 2024
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 5 February 2024
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babsFife_Scotland
Fife.Scotland86 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Couples
Read about this walk on line. Absolutely loved the walk....library ..outside "bar"
The weather was horrendous,we got soaked but nevertheless loved it all. The falls were spectacular. Gave a donation at the end of walk
Written 5 February 2024
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Jean B
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Couples
Fantastic place. We walked up to the waterfall and on to the loch returning via the Library. What a magical place. Had lovely homemade soup at the café and chatted to the owner. What a fantastic vision he had. Assisted by friends he has made Eas Mor a beautiful place and well worth a visit.
Written 28 November 2023
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Bill P
Kendal, UK89 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2023 • Couples
An excellent cafe run by Lorna. The woodwork inside is amazing, all done by a local Craftsman. Lorna’s partner owns the woods to the north and south. The food is home made. Only been open a few months but really is worth a visit.
Written 22 September 2023
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Tex
Windsor and Maidenhead, UK7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
Steep but short walk with lots to do for the kids, STUNNING views at the top, brilliant! The library is fun where you can leave a picture and the small waterfall at the bottom is ok for a dip!
Written 24 August 2023
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AnnaandScottHill
Bradford-on-Avon, UK45 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
Really lovely woodland walk with views and waterfall and then a gorgeous cafe to get refreshments from, lovely service and very relaxed surroundings, would definitely recommend for those in Arran. The wood carvings inside the cafe are beautiful.
Written 19 August 2023
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Nanoushka646
Glasgow, UK69 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Friends
A beautiful walk with the Loch, falls amphitheatre and library along the way. Really interesting for all ages. A little steep to begin with and if you do the lower forest walk its also a bit steep at the end. However after all that walking you can reward yourself with a visit to the stunning cafe. A work of art literally awaits!!
Great coffee, lovely service and the food looked great, so much so we are going back just for that..... we'll maybe have a wee walk after lunch 🤔. People who there were all commenting about how lovely the home made food was, we'd had a big breakfast so didn't indulge.
If going by bus just ask the driver to stop at the Eas Mor carpark.
I would highly recommend visiting.
Written 2 August 2023
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Pete
4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Friends
Whilst not a particularly long walk I find it hard to think of another walk which has so much packed into its route. There are beautiful views, mature woodlands, and a few fairly steep sections for anyone looking for a wee challenge. However, it’s the other elements that make it a stand-out. All along the route are little surprises like an amphitheatre, a little library deep in the woods adorned with paper messages from visitors, sculptures and seating, a little bar and barbecue area, and in the lower forest there is a fairy glen with wood sculptures and a hydro plant to power facilities. The hydro plant provides enough energy to the grid to help Eas-Mor fund new developments like their cafe. We stopped there for a late lunch and the food was fantastic. Even more notable was the enthusiasm and warm welcome from the staff/volunteers running the place. When we visited it was their first weekend serving food and there were a couple of wee teething problems but nothing major and I would recommend a visit to anyone in the area. We sat outside and had incredible views as we ate. Well worth a visit. Finally, if you have time, head down the hill into Kildonan itself and if the tide is out look for the fossilised dinosaur footprints in the sedimentary rock down by the shore - no fan fair, no sign posts, no tourism capitalisation. They’re just there and anyone can wander over and have a look at some incredible dinosaur footprints.
Written 26 July 2023
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andi
Zurich, Switzerland56 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Couples
Lovely walk. We went all the way to Loch Garbad. Takes about 45 minutes uphill. Total cut of the forest along the way. "The Library" is a unique spot. Lovely if you have children. Didn't do the lower forest walk.
There's also a new café above the carpark.
Written 3 May 2023
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Bernie F
5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023 • Couples
Kildonan is a beautiful relaxing village offering an amazing beach. There are toilets ran by the community at a very high standard of cleanliness. Please leave a donation to assist this service. From there walk through the woodland exploring the hydro system leading you to Eas mor falls. A parking area is just off the main road. Room for several cars and camper vans. Look for Big Albert a Viking in appearance and gentle of heart. His knowledge on the area is outstanding. Follow the left trail that goes passed the new Caffe and take a walk to the falls, library and ampi theatre. The views are amazing. I could go on and on but why not see it for yourself.
Written 21 April 2023
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Jacob
Willaston on the Wirral, UK5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2021 • Family
We have visited Arran 4 times now and we have come to Eas Mor every time. Previously we have only been able to walk up to the falls and to the library - which is lovely, you can draw pictures with the pens and paper provided and hang them up in there - you then have to try and find the ones you did years ago!! This year the footpath up to Loch Garbad was open and offered incredible views out over Pladda and Ailsa Craig. Once you get to the Loch you will be in awe. It is absolutely incredible - we had a picnic up there and it was completely silent apart from the occasional fish which jumped out of the water. Stunning place to visit.
Written 29 October 2021
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