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Our search page's filters can help you find the perfect accommodation in Brodick. It's easy to find a property meeting your expectations in Brodick if you can't imagine a holiday without internet or you never miss an episode of your favourite show, as a lot of the rentals offer internet or TVs. Plan your holidays in advance if you think grilling is essential for a great holiday or you need a cot for your baby. There are only 3 listed properties with barbecues and 4 rentals including cots.
The Weather in Brodick
- Rainy days
Above is a climate diagram for Brodick. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. February is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is June.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Brodick
In Brodick, hotel rooms are the most common type of accommodation on offer. The average nightly price of hotel rooms in Brodick is £213, and the median size is 48 m². Moreover, this specific type of lodging is an excellent option for couples and small groups, since the majority of hotel rooms can welcome groups of 3. Bed & Breakfast rentals are the second most typical type of accommodation in Brodick. These properties cost £103 per night , on average, and have an average size of 16 m².
Brodick holiday cottages on the wonderful Isle of Arran
As is to be expected from Arran's main town, Brodick accommodation is plentiful. Choose a flat in the town's main street to be close to the bars and restaurants, or one of the larger properties on the outskirts of the town.
Where to find the best food in Brodick?
See 'the water of life' being produced in Lochranza
In the north of the island and a short drive from Brodick is Lochranza, where you'll find the Isle of Arran Distillery. Take a guided tour to see the entire whisky production process, from barley and water to bottling the finished product. At the end of the tour, there's a guided tasting, and the distillery shop provides the perfect opportunity to pick up some souvenirs to take home.
What are the best activities for families in Brodick?
Wildlife tours to see some of Scotland's most famous creatures
Arran, a small island, is known as 'Scotland in miniature', given the diversity of its countryside. Its compact nature means you can see a lot in a short time – hop into a Land Rover driven by a skilled local guide. Golden eagles and other large birds of prey can sometimes be seen on the mountain slopes, with red deer and red squirrels being a more common sight. The waters around Arran are a no-fishing zone. Fortunate visitors might spot basking sharks, dolphins, or even a pod of killer whales.
Where are the unique attractions in Brodick?
Historic house and gardens at Brodick Castle
Brodick Castle is the ancient seat of the Dukes of Hamilton, and the house and gardens are now under the care of the National Trust for Scotland. Visitors can explore the interiors of the house before heading into the country park, which has over 10 miles of marked walking trails, waterfalls, formal gardens, and playgrounds. Regular events run through the year at Brodick, and if you're particularly lucky, you might even spot a red squirrel.
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