Aros Beag

Here are examples of the kind of accommodation you can expect at Aros Beag, as well as some pictures taken of the stunning surroundings.
                    Farmhouse Kitchen / Dining Room


There is always a bright airy feel to the house

The main living room....

....which enjoys uninterrupted views across the sea in the Firth of Clyde

The wood burning stove warms the house even in the the winter months


The conservatory at the rear of the house


Family bathroom

The main double bedroom with en-suite shower and wc

                          the en-suite shower room

Front twin bedroom with built -in mirrored double wardrobes

The back twin bedroom, which also has full length fitted, mirrored wardrobes

Looking across the front garden to the sea

View of Sannox Bay from the Jetty just across the road from Aros Beag

                                                                                      The club house at Corrie Golf club

The stunning North Arran hills from the golf course...bathed in Autumn sunshine! 

Sannox River runs into Sannox Bay

Sannox Bay Hotel - just 400 yards away. Sannox village's local pub and restaurant

                                                                                                 Looking up to the cricket field

                   Autumn sunshine on Corrie Golf Course

The view from the second hole! Playing golf is just an excuse to take in the view. 
It doesn't get much better than this......
                       View from the jetty across Sannox Bay


Corrie and the view south to the Holy Isle

Looking across to Corrie and Sannox nestling beneath the north Arran hills

The Holy Isle and south Arran viewed from the ferry

This family of swans was just one of the visitors to the shores at Sannox. Other local wildlife include otters, badgers, red squirrels, herons, seals and deer.

                                                        Seals bask on the rocks two to three hundred yards 
                                                        from Aros Beag as you walk towards Corrie

The Waverly is a frequent visitor to Arran over the summer months. 
Here she is pictured sailing from the Holy Isle into Brodick Bay

Looking south from the garden


Barbeque and garden furniture are situated in the back garden 

            The Holy Isle sparkling under winter sunshine

                The gates are closed at night otherwise deer would feast on the contents of the garden! They often come                  down to the gate at the back garden.... so keep your camera handy!

                Brodick Bay with Goatfell in the background. 
These are the colours of the sky and sea as they were in April  this year.

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