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A feast of island goodies


One of the West coast’s best kept secrets, Arran is a little island offering some serious retail therapy.


...an abundance of unique shops 

 individual galleries and art studios,

nobody leaves without taking home a little (or a lot) of something to remember!


Arran is a haven of the unusual, not only selling the local produce and crafts, but also a treasure trove of contemporary jewellery and gifts, fabulous artworks, interior nick nacks, and, thanks to the wide range of local produce on offer, Arran is a foodie’s paradise! Inspired by our the natural environment, many highly regarded photographers and artists have chosen Arran as their home, and much of their work can be seen displayed at the Arran Art Gallery in Whiting Bay. There is the Brodick Shopping Tour! Amble along the shorefront, pop into James’s Chocolate Shop for sweet treats, then Red Door for the ladies who like some sparkle in their lives (beware of the purse emptying). There’s also a children’s emporium at the back. Then on to Jolly Molly for an interesting selection of quirky interiors and great gifts. Take the scenic walk to Home Farm, home of the world famous Arran Aromatics, where you can watch the produce being created and packed into a little green paper bag full of treats to take home. Just next door is the Island Cheese Company, watch the cheese being dipped into the famous wax wheels, sample some of the cheese of the day, and meander through the mouthwatering produce available in the shop. Pop into Soapworks to make your own Arran Aromatics soaps, create your own slush puppies, ice cream and popcorn in the new sweetie and gift shop, or just relax with coffee and cake from the café. Finish the tour with a wander around the Cladach Visitor Centre, just over the road, before picking up some specialty ales. Take a tour of the award winning Arran Brewery and maybe take a Red Squirrel or a Milestone home. Then make a final stop at Arran Active, full of the latest outdoor gizmos and gear, and not just for those who intend to venture up the Cladach path to Goatfell. With the warm friendly welcome, no queues, no traffic jams or parking meters, it’s little wonder that Arran is such a well kept secret amongst the ladies (and men!) who love to shop...

content courtesy of visitarran.com

 
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