No, however there are ample drying facilities for hand-washed items and there’s a laundrette in the next village, which provides a full service.
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Belvedere was built in 1920 by a retiring sea captain, who brought back South American mahogany as ship’s ballast, from which the doors and skirtings are made.
Visitors have been coming to Belvedere ever since, some returning over many years.
Belvedere Guest House
Isle of Arran
01770 302 397 or 0845 644 8623 (UK Local Rate)
01770 302 088
+(0)754 550 1919