It's really easy to reach us from the Brodick ferry terminal - only a five-minute walk. Turn to your right as you leave the terminal and look out for the COOP supermarket on your left. Turn up the road that runs past the left hand side of the COOP, follow it round to the right at the top of the hill and Belvedere is 400 metres along on your left.
If you are at the other end of the village, take the right fork (NOT the right turn), that runs between the Post Office on your right and the Brodick Bar on your left. Follow this road up the hill and look out for our sign 'Belvedere' which is about 300 metres along the road on your right.
Nestling in the Firth of Clyde, Arran is the most accessible Scottish island...
Fly directly to Glasgow or Prestwick International Airport.
From many regions of the UK there are now regular budget flights to Scotland from as little as £26 return.
From Central London there is a regular Skytrain from Liverpool Street to Stansted Airport, from where RyanAir will fly you to Prestwick at budget prices. Or take the Thameslink to Luton Airport, from where easyJet will fly you to Glasgow Airport. Both airports link quite effortlessly to the ferry terminal and we'll be pleased to advise you.
From most parts of the UK there's a train to Glasgow, from where there's a direct rail link to Ardrossan Harbour, or of course you can drive, either leaving your car at the ferry terminal or bringing it with you. Since we operate from our guest house, if you need to stay on Arran we may even be able to accommodate you!
A short hop to the modern car ferry at Ardrossan means that you can be here in a few hours for minimal outlay.
If you are travelling to Arran from the north, it's also really easy to reach us. Catch the ferry from Claonaig to Lochranza. (No need to book; Summer service only) Make your way down the east side of the island and as you enter the village of Brodick, keep an eye open for the playing fields on your right. Shortly after this you will see the Post Office. Take the right fork (NOT the right turn), that runs between the Post Office on your right and the Brodick Bar on your left. Follow this road up the hill and look out for our sign 'Belvedere' which is about 300 metres along the road on your right.