"Clisham" offers B&B accommodation in a family home set in its own ground situated in the peaceful seashore village of Pirnmill on the north-west coast of Arran, with private off road parking, 6 miles south of Lochranza and the ferry to Claonaig
The views from the house are spectacular, looking out over the sea to the Kintrye peninsula. In the evening, relax unwind and watch the sun cast its last rays of sunlight across the sea before dropping behind the hills of Kintyre. Everyone will be made to feel welcome, from visitors wanting to enjoy the delights the island provides, to those looking for a relaxing holiday or short break, to walkers and cyclists. If you are island hopping we are a short distance from Lochranza and the ferry to Claonaig. In the evening you can dine out at the highly rated Lighthouse Restaurant, a 2 minute walk from the house, where you are welcome to take in your own wine, closed most Mondays. Or take a short drive to Lochranza.
A warm welcome awaits you
We have 1 double room, plus large ensuite, with ample shelving for bits and pieces, both rooms with sea views. LCD TV with DVD tea/coffee making facilities
1 twin (which can be made up to king size) room with its own handbasin, with sea views. LCD TV with DVD tea/coffee making facilities,
and large private/ensuite bathroom with shower,
within a private area of the house.
Both bedrooms have sea views.
Wi Fi available
In the morning enjoy the view of the sea from the dining room while eating a breakfast of your choice, anything from a light breakfast to a full Scottish Breakfast.
Local produce is used where possible.
Then set off and explore our beautiful ISLAND
Feast your eyes on the wonderful wildlife to be seen.
Dolphins, red deer, seals, otters, eagles, hen harriers, red squirrels, basking sharks, to name but a few,
and soak up the beauty of Arran's diverse landscape.
Idealy situated for all the island amenities
Hand crafted goods
Locally produced food
Fine local restuarants
Great pub grub
to name but a few
Arran is a beautiful island that really captures the heart