We had a fantastic stay in your cottage and it was as comfortable and immaculate as always. I can’t think of anything you could improve on as we felt safe at all times.
I’m glad you pre-warned us about booking the ferry early as there seems to be trouble getting on. We can’t wait to come again in August.
Joanne & Mavis Small
  • Joanne & Mavis Small
Alan was very welcoming and took the time to explain everything about our room. We were lucky to have a fantastic view of the bay from our twin room. Everyone has this view when sitting in the lounge area or eating breakfast, which was amazing.
Tips for other travellers: Use the lane to get down to the seafront in minutes.
Louise Logan
  • Louise Logan
Excellent location and stunning views over the bay and towards Goat Fell.

Friendly welcome and comfortable room.
  • Elspeth
  • Glasgow
We stayed in room 1 where we had a great view of the bay and Goatfell. The room was big with a large en-suite toilet and shower and always kept clean. The breakfast was good too, with a range of choices from fruit to full Scottish. The hosts were very welcoming and we would definitely stay again.
Steve B
  • Steve B
Great location just 5 minutes walk from pier. Fantastic view over Brodick Bay and Goatfell. Great breakfast with several choices available. Single room with shared bathroom both immaculate. Have been before and will be back again.
  • Alistair
  • Greenock
It was my second time on Arran and as before I stayed at the excellent Belvedere.

When one sets high standards it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain them but I am delighted to say that the charming owners Jan and Chris have possibly exceeded the levels of comfort from those on my previous visit last year!

A close proximity to the ferry terminal, impeccable rooms (free wifi), delicious & substantial breakfasts and a stunning view of the mountain ridges really do make Belvedere my first and only choice of B&B on the island.

For those needing to escape the hustle and bustle of the city I could not recommend a visit to Arran and a stay Belvedere more highly. The only shame was that I could only stay two nights. The next Arran mountain ridge walk is already being planned!
Highland Chieftan
  • Highland Chieftan
  • Brickbats
  • London
Recently visited the Isle of Arran for the second time, first being 23 years ago. Couldn’t think of a better place to stay. Chris and Jan are very welcoming and make you feel at home. Breakfast was fantastic, compliments to the chef!

I was in room 1 which has an amazing view across the bay to goat fell. When I wasn’t out walking I sat looking out of the window at the ferries coming into dock and the mountains. Couldn’t have felt more relaxed and stress free.

I’m already planing my next visit. An ideal getaway to recharge your batteries.
  • Scarlets74
  • Laterooms.com B&B Gems
    9.5 Rated by Guests
  • Booking.com Award
  • TravelMyth
  • We’re Good To Go Industry Standard
  • Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice Award

About Belvedere

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.

It is important that you understand the difference between a hotel and a guest house. A hotel may employ additional staff to provide concierge and valet services. A guest house does not. Here, you are staying in someone’s home, as their guest. We ask you to respect this distinction.


Contact Us

Belvedere Guest House

Alma Road
Isle of Arran
KA27 8AZ
United Kingdom

01770 302 397 or 0845 644 8623 (UK Local Rate)
+44 (0)7714 795 926

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