Ocean Breeze Bed and Breakfast, Isle of Arran

Ocean Breeze Bed & Breakfast, Isle of Arran

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Ocean Breeze Bed and Breakfast

OBRT G11.jpgElspeth and Russell offer a warm welcome to visitors wishing to stay in this welcoming B&B, with amazing views across the Firth of Clyde and beyone.

Ocean Breeze was built around 1900, and was used as a boarding house from its earliest days. It was occupied in part by Kildonan Stores & Post Office which closed in May 2010

Elspeth and Russell bought the property and retail business in October 1994
from a descendant of the founders.

Accommodation consits of:

  • One family room: Facing west with views of Auchenhew Bay, Bennan Head, Sanda Island and the Antrim Hills in Northern Ireland
  • One single room: Facing south with Velux Window
  • One double room: Pladda with views of the Kildonan Shore and Pladda 

The Guest Lounge is on the first floor with panoramic view of the southern Firth of Clyde. Satellite Television and Radio are available.

Breakfast (light, or traditional Scottish for the hungry!) is served in the Dining Room on the ground floor.

Whilst staying at Ocean Breeze Bed and Breakfast, why not take an exhilirating fast rib boat tour with Ocean Breeze Rib Tours and explore the natural beauty and wildlife of the Firth of Clyde.

from just £30 per person per night (including VAT)
By cheque, made payable to 'Ocean Breeze'. Payment can also be accepted by most major credit cards and by BACS if required (please enquire)
A deposit of £30  (equal to one person, staying one night) is required at time of booking and for business/commercial customers, a deposit of 50% of entire stay is required at time of booking.

Due to the design of the building, the B&B is not suitable at the present time for those with limit ed m obil i ty. 

How to get here from the ferry terminals once you arrive on the Isle of Arran:
From the Lochranza ferry, drive south to Brodick, or catch the 324 Stagecoach bus to Brodick. 
From the Brodick ferry, drive south through Lamlash and Whiting Bay to Kildonan or take the 323 Stagecoach bus service.

Turn Left,
down the hill into Kildonan. Follow the road down to the shore,
passing the Kildonan Hotel on your left and the Village Hall on your right.
When the road turns sharply inland at a telephone box,  you should continue straight on along the unmetalled track