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The Weather on the Isle of Arran
Above are the weather conditions for Isle of Arran. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 18°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is January.
Stay in a holiday cottage during your Isle of Arran adventure
The Isle of Arran is both accessible and remote-feeling, with some of the most astounding scenery you’ll find in Great Britain. Stay in one of the area's rustic cottages or traditional family homes when you visit.
The unique culture of the Isle of Arran
With a past stretching back to prehistory and marked by the Viking and Industrial eras, the Isle of Arran is a truly intriguing place to discover. The Isle of Arran Heritage Museum will take you through its social history and archaeology.
At Arran’s main port, Brodick, you can see Brodick Castle, Garden & Country Park. It dates from the 16th century and is certainly the island’s most iconic building. It’s full of marvellously detailed interiors, and the gardens make for fantastic walks.
What to do with your family on Arran
Whatever the ages and interests of your family members, there’s a lot to do on this island for families. Lamlash, Lochranza, and Brodick all have great ports for boat hire and exploring the surrounding seas. Cycling through the mountains or taking a guided walk are also possible.
Younger children may enjoy a few hours at the Playbarn at Auchrannie, great for getting them to let off steam when you need a rest yourself. At Pirnmill and Kildonan you’ll find gorgeous sandy beaches, perfect for days out with the family in the summer months.
What to see around the Isle of Arran
Easily reachable from Glasgow Airport, the Isle of Arran offers a fantastic array of sights for the independent traveller. Your holiday cottage will allow you to choose from the various settlements of Arran, including Blackwaterfoot on the west coast.
Excursions to Holy Island offer the opportunity to see this secluded haven, where a Buddhist monastery was built due to the area’s religious significance. You can enjoy the region’s dramatically beautiful landscape and spot rare wildlife, such as Eriskay Ponies.
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