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RUNACH ARAINN Glamping Scotland Isle of Arran

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Runach Arainn
Isle of Arran
KA27 8PH

Email: runacharainn@gmail.com
Website: www.runacharainn.com

Prices from per night
From £85 per night per Yurt

Accommodation sleeps
Yurts sleep up to 6 people

  • Open All Year Round
  • Family Friendly

Runach Arainn Kilmory Isle of Arran Scotland

Luxury Glamping with

  • space in a beautiful, natural setting
  • private bathrooms
  • full self catering facilities
  • outside firepit & seating

Just a short walk to the beach, local pub, restaurant and shop.

Ideal for families, couples and groups.

A national award winning green tourism business.

Our three spacious yurts have proper furniture, log burning stoves, books and games, along with outdoor fire pits, picnic tables, seating and lots of quiet outdoor space surrounded by nature.

Each yurt has a private bathroom and bedding and towels are provided for a luxury self catering holiday.

Our site is car free (with parking nearby and a wheelbarrow to help with kit) and with a rubbing trail and willow den for kids to explore, there’s loads of space to play.

The yurts are set around a large meadow and orchard, with their own firepit and picnic area, so there’s space to chill out, relax with a drink and watch wildlife.

Relax in a beautiful natural space, with everything on hand and enjoy being together.

Scottish STL Licence No: NA00279F


  • Full self catering equipment in the yurts with a log burner for heat and cooking
  • All bedding provided and cots and high chairs available on request
  • Private bathroom with towels provided
  • Kitchen with your own fridge and shared pot washing, microwave and kettle for quick snacks
  • Parking for the site is a couple of minutes walk away and no cars are allowed on site making it safe for kids to run and play

We keep chickens, geese and bees on our land and there is usually a supply of fresh eggs and honey.

Pets permitted in two of our yurts – please add to booking to reserve space.


Within 15 minutes walk from site you will find a local food shop, a great pub serving meals and drinks and a fabulous beach great for swimming, rock pooling and beach games on the sand.

Forest tracks run from site ideal for walking and mountain biking around Arran.

Blackwaterfoot village 15 minutes drive away has more food shops, a number of restaurants, an indoor swimming pool, golf club and pony trekking  centre.

The other villages on Arran are all within easy reach including
Whiting Bay – 15 minutes drive
Lamlash – 20 minutes drive
Brodick – 35 minutes drive

There is a regular bus service that goes round the island and stops in Kilmory only 5 minutes walk from us.

The Isle of Arran is about 20 miles long and 10 miles wide and sits in the Firth of Clyde. The ferry crossing from Ardrossan takes 50 minutes, so we are less than 2 hours from Glasgow. Ferries also run from Troon and Claonaig to Arran.

For such a small island Arran contains a wide variety of sceneries and landscapes. To the North is the fabulous Goat Fell mountain range.  If you don’t fancy the high level walks there are beautiful valley walks like Glen Rosa or more wooded walks in the South of the island with waterfalls like Glenashdale Falls or Eas Mor with its great new woodland cafe.

There are wonderful beaches all around the island – the best one with both sand and rock pools is 15 minutes walk from us. There’s also Blackwaterfoot beach 15 minutes drive away with a car park nearby great for kids with lots of kit and a lovely cafe overlooking the sea, and Lochranza in the North with its ruined castle.

Brodick Castle and Gardens is a great day out with stunning gardens, amazing historic collection in the castle and a big kids play area outside.

Cycling is good all around the island. Mountain bikers can make use of the forest tracks that criss-cross the island whilst road cyclists can enjoy the 60 mile circular route around the island’s coast road.

There’s a choice of two pony trekking centres. Golf is popular with seven golf courses around the island.

Sailing and kayaking are also very popular with both locals and visitors. Otters Tail and Arran Adventure Company can arrange all sorts of events from gorge walking, kayaking and archery and provide equipment.

From £85-£180 per night per yurt.
Minimum stay 2 nights

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