A former Royal Hunting Lodge, the 13th century castle stands on a peninsula, 300 yards from the Inn. The castle is managed by Historic Environment Scotland, click to find our more
Lochranza Bay with its 40 moorings, is a popular refuge for yachtsmen. The Lochranza Sea Society operates the only floating pontoon on the island , 200 yards from the Inn.
In addition to the 109Km Arran Coastal Way, Walk Highlands suggests a further 10 walks, with varying degrees of difficulty, within the North Arran National Scenic Area, making Lochranza an ideal base for hill walkers.
Wildlife abounds on Arran. Look out for the island’s own “Big Five” – Golden Eagle, Red Deer, Red Squirrel, Grey Seal and the Otter.
The award winning Lochranza Distillery, one of two on the island, is located only a mile from the Inn. There are frequent guided tours and tutored tastings on offer. A selection of Arran Whisky expressions are served in the Boguille Bar.