Friday, September 30, 2011

Glenartney is tucked up for the winter.

Glenartney is being prepared for her winter hibernation - we close on Sunday 2nd October, we wake her up again on the 30th March 2012

We shall be continuing with Glenartney's makeover over the winter months.

Woodlea is going to have a garden makeover this winter as it has become an ongoing project to keep ontop of the tryphids!

Miles is taking his Cytech bike mechanics qualifications soon -so we can offer an even better service to our cycling guests for 2012.

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Arran Rocks in September

Arran Mountain festival took place on the 16th-19th September for full details go to

Being Scotland there was a variety of weather conditions to keep everyone on their toes!

Look out for next years event- rumours are the dates may change to earlier in the year.

Tuesday, August 02, 2011

August on Arran

The beginning of August sees a flurry of activity on Arran

3rd August we have the Agricultral Show with Princess Anne coming for a visit.
The Best of Kendal film festival at Corrie Hall is being staged in the evening too.

The 6th August is the Brodick Highland Games...busy busy busy -ensure you get to the ferry early otherwise you could be left on the quay!

Monday, May 02, 2011

Arran is coming to Glasgow!!!

The island is quiet now and the weather is beautiful but if you can't manage a trip over to Arran why not visit us at George Square Glasgow?

Friday, March 25, 2011

Glenartney opens on the 8th April for the 2011 season

Glenartney is nearly ready to open for 2011.

She's had some more renovations to make her spick and span for the her 80th year as a guesthouse and our 8th season together.

Hope to see you soon

Angela and Robbie

Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Glenartney is a hive of activity!

The Glenartney re-opens on the 8th April so we are busy getting ready for the new season.

Lots of renovations are taking place as usual. Angela is covered in paint and Robbie has bashed his thumb! But apart from that all is going well!

Edith , the shepherd's hut - has just arrived on Arran. thanks for Ashwood Timber of Taunton for creating her!