How to get to Seal Shore Camping and Touring Site in Kildonan at the South end of the Isle of Arran in Scotland.
For those with Sat Navs: KA27 8SE
Two hours west of Glasgow (including a one hour ferry crossing), Arran is also conveniently located for people arriving from England or Ireland. The main roads to use are the A71 (from the M74 motorway) towards Irvine, or the M77 from Glasgow to Kilmarnock, then the A71 westbound to the ferry terminal at Ardrossan. There is also a seasonal ferry service to Lochranza, on Arran’s northern coastline, from Claonaig, on the Kintyre Peninsula. The route to this smaller ferry service (also operated by Caledonian MacBrayne) is favourable for people touring the western isles or wishing to take in the longer scenic route from Glasgow, via Loch Lomond.
From the ferry terminal in Brodick, turn left and continue for 12 miles through Lamlash and Whiting Bay. Passing our sign, turn left to Kildonan. The site is located on the left along the shoreline. The Southend bus, no. 323, will stop at our drive upon request.
Please be aware of the need to book the Car Ferry in advance, when you are booking your Arran holiday.
Caledonian MacBrayne can be contacted on:
Tel: 08705 650000