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Brodick Castles Kennels Lodge was built by the 11th duke of Hamilton for his head gamekeeper. The Kennels has been completely renovated and refurbished to the highest standard to provide 5 star luxury accommodation.
Set in a private garden within the wonderful Brodick Castle Country Park, this fantastic holiday house is perfect for groups of friends or family getting together to spend time enjoying the Isle of Arran.
Brodick Castles Kennels Accommodation
Able to accommodate up to twelve guests, the fantastic drawing room with its log fire is perfect for socializing and the dining room with seating for twelve is ideal for family dining.
The bedrooms are comfortable and spacious, and a games room and outdoor play area are perfect for keeping the children entertained.
First Floor: 1 superking/twin room, 1 twin, 1 double and 1 small twin room. Bathroom with feature 'roll top' bath, WC and wash-hand basin. Shower room with WC and wash-hand basin.
Luxury Egyptian Cotton bed linen and towels provided. Electricity, heating
and starter bag of coal.
Travel cot, stair gate and high chair available on request.
Games room with table tennis, Garden Furniture and Caledonia Timber play equipment.
Built by the 11th Duke of Hamilton as the residence of his Head Gamekeeper, “The Kennels” neighbours Brodick Castle and Country Park.
Attractions and Activities
Further afield the Isle of Arran has something to offer everyone with seven golf courses, great fishing, shooting and stalking, water sports including sea kayaking and sailing, walking to suit all abilities and fantastic places to eat and drink.
Local Activities include:
Our cottages are in both Brodick and Sannox, either on or overlooking the local golf course and with numerous walks from the doorstep.
The stunning view across to Ayrshire from North High Corrie Croft bunk-house makes this a popular base for groups of up to 28 for hillwalking or mountaineering, geology or field studies.
Conservation & Deerstalking (Hunting)
Deer numbers and their habitat are monitored and a planned cull is taken annually ensuring plentiful grazing for the remainder whilst relieving fragile plant communities of the mountain and moorland areas from grazing pressure.
The Island's open hill and mountains are home to around 1,300 adult Red Deer (approx. 600 stags, 700 hinds) and their calves from which the Arranland estates cull about 65 stags and 120 hinds each year.
There can be few things in life that go more hand-in-hand than conservation and sport and no thrill quite like that of getting close to the country's largest and most majestic wild animals in such beautiful surroundings.
The ultimate is to challenge the deer’s heightened senses of sight, smell and hearing, getting close enough in such open country to select an old or weak animal to cull for the benefit of the others. Care, being taken over a long period, has resulted in benefits for all.
We offer the limited opportunity to experience this challenge in due season.
Ideally a group of family or friends, numbering six to eight persons, would stay at Brodick Castle Kennels Lodge, bringing their own cook,and field one or two parties per day with a total expectancy of 5 to 10 stags (or 12 to 20 hinds) during the week.
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