Kildonan Farm is situated at the south end of the Isle of Arran, surrounded by open farm land and beautiful views across the Firth of Clyde to the Ayrshire coast beyond. One of Arran’s most popular sandy beaches is a five minute walk away and stroll in the other direction taking the farm track winding down the hill passing the beautiful wild flora to reach a secluded rocky beach. Spend enough time here and be rewarded with otter and seal sightings.
Kildonan village, located half a mile away, is a quiet shoreside village with friendly residents, there is often a craft market or a coffee morning on the weekends in the Village Hall. The Kildonan Hotel offers a choice of bar and restaurant meals. For those without a car, the bus can be caught at the end of the farm track.
Brodick is twelve miles away and has a supermarket and various other shops. Whiting Bay is only four miles away and is an ideal place to buy local everyday produce and your daily newspaper.
Arran has a lot to offer the holidaymaker and is known as Scotland in miniature. Places to visit include Brodick Castle, Lochranza Distillery, and Arran Heritage Museum.
Recreational facilities include golf, cycle hire, pony trekking, water sports, fishing, para-gliding and swimming. If you are keen on walking then Arran has a wealth of varied walks and climbs for all abilities. There are a variety of places for eating out and plenty of local crafts and gift shops. For natural history lovers there is an abundance of flora and fauna. Arran can offer all year round entertainment with live music, family ceilidhs, drama and village events.