Corrie and Sannox lie just north of Brodick on the East side of the island, benefitting from early morning sunrises throughout the year and an ever-changing view across the Clyde Estuary to other smaller islands and the Scottish mainland. Corrie is one of the prettiest residential areas on Arran – the manicured gardens and quaint cottages adding typical island charm. The Viking Long Boat adds to its historical interest. Sannox has a wide crescent-shaped sandy beach, a 9-hole golf course set among the foothills of Glen Sannox – a great place to walk. It is also home to the famous Sannox Cricket Club and to the North Sannox Pony Trecking venue. Both villages have each a hotel with a pub, but with the exception of a jewellery shop in Corrie no other shops, so the daily shopping is usually done in Brodick.
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  • Corrie Hotel, Corrie, 01770 810 273, open all year
  • Sannox Bay Hotel, Sannox, 01770 810 225, open all year

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Rockview Cottage
Rockview Cottage, Corrie, Sandra Murphy. Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms. Change-over day: Saturday. Open all year. Mobile: 07732 388 033.

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  • Aros Beag Cottage, Sannox, sleeps 6+, 0141 649 1545, open all year
  • Bluebell Cottage, Corrie, sleeps 5, 01225 465 974, open Mar to Oct
  • Burnbank, Corrie, sleeps 4, 01539 536 322, open all year
  • Garden Cottage, Sannox, sleeps 4, 01770 302 813, open all year
  • North High Corrie Croft Bunk Houses, High Corrie, only group bookings, sleeps 22, resp 2, 01770 302 813, open Apr to Oct
  • Prospect, Corrie, sleeps 6, 01770 810 213, open all year
  • Rockview Cottage, Corrie, sleeps 4, 07732 388 033, open all year
  • Seawinds, Corrie, sleeps 6, 01770 810 248, open all year
  • Spindrift, Corrie, sleeps 4, 01770 810 248, open all year
  • Springtide, Corrie, sleeps 6, 01770 810 248, open all year
  • The Barn, Corrie, sleeps 4, 01770 810 668, open all year
  • The Byre, Corrie, sleeps 4, 01770 810 668, open all year
  • The Shieling, Corrie, sleeps 4, 01770 810 240, open Summer time
  • The Steading, Corrie, sleeps 4, 01770 810 668, open all year
  • The Waterfront Appartment, Corrie, sleeps 6, 01770 303 113, open all year
  • Tigh-na-Blair Apartment, Corrie, sleeps 2+2, 01770 810 217, open all year
  • Wee Zephyr, Corrie, sleeps 4, 01968 673363, open all year
  • White Cottage, Corrie, sleeps 4, 0770 810 283, open Mar to Oct

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  • Scott's @ Corrie Golf Club, Sannox, 01770 810 223, open daily, 10.00h to 16.30h
  • Corrie Hotel, Corrie, Restaurant and Pub, 01770 810 273, open daily, Mon to Sat 12.30h to 14.30h and 17.30h to 20.30h
  • Sannox Bay Hotel, Sannox, Pub and Restaurant, 01770 810 225, bookings recommended, Tue to Sun 12.00h to 14.30h and 18.00h to 21.00h
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  • The Rock Pool, Corrie, Ailsa McNicoll Jewellery, Margo McLellan Mirrors, we serve fine café and tea too, Open daily, 01770 810 226
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  • Corrie Golf Club, Sannox, 9 holes, 1'948 yards, Par 32. Changing room and Tearoom. 01770 810 606
  • North Sannox Pony Trecking, Lochranza Road, interesting pony trecks in pure Highland nature, 01770 810 222
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  • Sannox Beach, quite a large beach overlooking the Clyde with pretty white sands
  • Viking Long Boat, Corrie Harbour, a working replica. If you are a member of the Society, you can join for rowing on board on Tuesdays and/or sailing on Sundays. Contact Neil at the Corrie Hotel: 01770 810 273
  • Goatfell, walk along Glen Sannox up to the Saddle and on to Arran's highest point, return to Corrie or Brodick. Return time about 4 to 6 hours.
  • Walk along the Shore to Lochranza, all in all about 5 to 6 hours one way. Variations, but no shortcuts possible, Parking at picnic area in North Sannox
  • Picnic Area, North Sannox, well maintained site bordering the seashore, large parking
  • North Glen Sannox trail, starts at its own parking space on the road to Lochranza, 5km, about 3h return
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Visitor Information for the Isle of Arran
Banks Royal Bank of Scotland, Brodick, tel: 01770 302 222
Bank of Scotland, Brodick, Tel: 01770 892 005
Mobile banking in Operation. In Brodick 24h ATM available
Post Office Mail collections daily (excl Sun). Most postal services available in many villages. In some branches Currency Exchange available
Tourist Information Tourist Information Centre: The Pier, Brodick Tel: 01770 303 774, Open Mon to Thu and Sat 9.00 to 17.00, Fri 9.00 to 19.30, Sun 10.00 to 17.00
Ferries Caledonian MacBrayne Scottish Ferries
Operating Brodick  <—> Ardrossan
and Lochranza  <—> Cloanaig
Tel: 01770 302 166, then option 2 for Brodick
Public Transport Busses from and to all Ferries.
Brodick  <—> Blackwaterfoot via Lochranza (line 324), via the Southend (line 323) and direct via the String Road (line 322), Brodick  <—> Corriegills (line 321). Day rover tickets available.