Deer “Stalking” on the Isle of Arran

Pictures and notes from our short but sweet trip to the Isle of Arran.

Deer on the Isle of Arran

The Isle of Arran is part of an island group called the Inner Hebrides.
It is a haven for wildlife such as red deer, seals, red squirrels and otters.

We spent a couple of days in Lochranza at the north of the island.
From here you can walk into the hills, along the coast, or over the saltmarsh.
It wasn’t hard to spot the deer! And we even saw seals and a golden eagle.

In the evening, we ate at the Catacol Bay Hotel.
We also tried some locally brewed beer (Arran Blonde and Red Squirrel).

I enjoyed every part of our trip to Arran and would definitely return.
It is perfect if you like walking, and for lovers of wildlife or geology.

 For more information, check out the Visit Arran website.

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