Blackwaterfoot, Arran


This evening, I am posting information on the village of Blackwaterfoot which is located on the west coast of the Isle of Arran, overlooking the Kilbrannan Sound, a stretch of water which separates Arran from Kintyre on the Scottish mainland.

 View of Blackwaterfoot from the south.

 Information on Blackwaterfoot

Here there is a small community with shops, businesses and a large hotel. At the northern end of the village sits Shiskine Golf and Tennis club. The golf course comprises a well regarded, seaside, 12 hole links course.

Blackwaterfoot from Drumadoon Bay.

Blackwaterfoot Harbour.

Landscape view of Blackwaterfoot with snow covered mountains in distance.

Shiskine Golf Club, Blackwaterfoot.


Overall, Arran has much to offer the visitor, whether contemplating a short, within –the–day trip or an extended sojourn lasting a week or longer.

For more information on Arran, other Scottish islands and sightseeing in Scotland please refer to the Visitors’ Guide to Scotland, ISBN 978-1-9161332-0-4. This book is also available via Kindle.


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