Just returned from a three night stay in the Spa Resort Hotel. Fantastic holiday, excellent location,very comfortable and spacious rooms with lovely scenic views and excellent Spa facilities in both hotels.The swimming pools and Spa areas are large and the facilities good. I had a Spa treatment which was excellent (the therapist adapted the treatment at the last minute to suit my requests following consultation) and also very good value (would cost a lot more at Center Parcs). The food is excellent, all three restaurants are of a high standard but I would especially recommend Eighteen69 for a special meal, the menu and service is superb. The breakfasts in Cruize bar are excellent, as are the other menus and the service is of a high standard. Without exception the staff are polite, friendly and helpful. When out arrival was delayed by five hours (ferry cancellation because of extreme weather) I contacted recetion and the receptionist was reassuring advising that there would probably be a ferry crossing later as the weather forecast was better, cancelled a pre booked spa treatment without cost and arranged for the Cruize Bar kitchen to stay open later so we could still have an evening meal when we arrived. Sure enough, the kitchen remained open, we still had a full choice of menu for our evening meal and staff were accomodating and attentive even though we were the only people eating at that time of night. An excellent hotel which I highly recommend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At the heart of the beautiful isle of Arran lies the multi-award winning, family owned Auchrannie Resort. Auchrannie now consists of two four star hotels; the romantic and relaxing ‘House Hotel’ catering for couples and those wanting a more intimate experience whilst the contemporary ‘Spa Resort’ is popular with families and those prefer a more modern feel to their surroundings. In addition, the resort features 30 five-star self-catering lodges (sleeping up to 8 in total luxury and therefore perfect for the extended family), 3 outstanding, award winning restaurants and bars, 2 leisure centres both with pools, destination spa featuring treatments by ESPA and Ishga and an outdoor adventure centre. Arran is Scotland’s most accessible islands, often referred to as "Scotland in Miniature” due to the dramatic contrast between the hills and mountains in the north, and sweeping moorlands on the south of the island. A short 55 minute ferry journey off the Ayrshire coast, Arran is easily reachable by those arriving into any of central Scotland’s main airports as well as those travelling by car, train and coach. Whilst many tourists arrive on the island simply to kick back and relax, the island is packed with attractions and sights for visitors of all ages. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Auchrannie Hotel Brodick
- Auchrannie Resort Brodick, Isle Of Arran