Exterior | Caladh Beag, Lochranza, Isle of Arran
Living room | Caladh Beag, Lochranza, Isle of Arran
Lochranza, Isle of Arran

Caladh Beag

  • Sleeps up to 5
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Up to 1 pet allowed
Pets stay free
Car parking on site
Pub within 1 mile


out of 5

Your haven on the Isle of Arran, Caladh Beag welcomes you in the most picturesque village on the island, with stunning views over Loch Ranza towards Lochranza castle.
Ground Floor:
2 steps to entrance.
Living room: With gas fire and Freesat TV.
Dining room: With Smart TV, DVD player and CD.
Kitchen: With gas cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee machine and washing machine.
Utility room: With tumble dryer.
Shower room: With walk-in shower, shower seat and toilet.
First Floor:
Bedroom 1: With double bed.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
Bedroom 3: With single bed.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.
Electricity, gas, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate.
Front garden with sitting-out area, garden furniture and BBQ. Children’s play area. Bike store. 1 well behaved dog welcome. Private parking for 1 car, additional public car park parking available. No smoking.
Caladh Beag means “little haven (beach or harbour)”, offering shelter and a welcome escape on the stunning Isle of Arran. Caladh Beag is a three-bedroom, detached, traditional two-storey cottage which sits in the centre of the village of Lochranza, the most northerly village on the island and arguably, the most picturesque. There are stunning views across the village green towards the loch and the 13th century Lochranza Castle, with the Kilbrannan Sound and Mull of Kintyre beyond.
Downstairs, there is a dining room with welcoming gas fire enjoying fantastic views of Lochranza Castle and the bay, a sitting room with open fire and a well-equipped kitchen. There is also a separate utility room and a downstairs shower room with walk-in shower. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms in total, a double and twin, both with fantastic views over the bay, and a single room, all served by a family bathroom.
Outside, there is a small, enclosed garden to the front with garden furniture as well as a larger private garden across the road, which is gated and enclosed offering more space for children and pets to let off steam. There is private parking for one car, and extra parking close by.
Lochranza sits at the northern end of the island of Arran, sheltered by the surrounding hills with the focal point of Lochranza Castle, sitting on a shingle spit into the loch. The village is built around the lochside and has many attractions, including one of the Isle of Arran Distilleries, a large population of red deer, golden eagles, seals, otters, and red squirrels, and an 18-hole golf course. There is a ferry terminus that allows quick access to the stunning west of Scotland via Claonaig, Kintyre. Amenities include a visiting post office, and a restaurant which is renowned for excellent food.
Brodick, the main town on the island, has two largish supermarkets and a full range of professional services, cafés, restaurants and shops. Arran has a bit of everything, in fact it could almost be Scotland in miniature! There are stunning mountains, forests, beaches and glens to discover, visit and explore. Ideal for active holidays, you can cycle round the island in a day, enjoy a walk-up Goat Fell, the island’s biggest mountain with spectacular views from the top, walk a section of the Arran Coastal Way, or there are beautiful golf courses if you like to take things a little more slowly. Wherever you go, you are surrounded by Arran’s breathtaking scenery. The wildlife on Arran is abundant, and you may just catch a glimpse of otters, eagles, basking sharks, porpoises but you will most definitely see seal colonies and so many species of birds. There’s plenty of history, at Brodick Castle, the ancient seat of power, or Lochranza Castle, with its underground prison. Arran is also well known for its local produce, so it’s a great chance to enjoy the local cheese, beer, whisky, and craft botanical drinks.
Travel to Arran is via a Caledonian MacBrayne ferry. The main, most popular ferry is from Ardrossan in Ayrshire to Brodick on the island, which takes 55 minutes. Vehicle reservations are recommended. Ardrossan has a mainline rail station, with trains to Glasgow that connect with the ferry times and is approximately thirty miles from Glasgow city centre. You can also travel from Claonaig, just south of Tarbert in Kintyre to Lochranza, at the north end of Arran, which takes 30 minutes. The island has an ever-increasing number of Electric vehilcle charging points.


Coastal Within 1 Mile
Cot Available
Cycle Store
Detached Property
Garden or Patio
Golf nearby
Highchair Available
Open Fire or Woodburner
Parking - On Site
Pets Allowed
Pets Free of Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
Satellite TV
Sea View
Walk In Shower or Bath
Washing Machine


Good to know

Check in and check out times

  • Arrive after 17:00
  • Depart before 10:00


  • 1 pet allowed

Car parking

  • On-site

What's included?

  • Wifi
  • Electricity
  • Bed linen
  • Towels


  • No smoking, please