The hotel sits on the seashore in the idyllic village of Corrie on the beautiful Isle of Arran, surrounded by beaches, forests, glens, lochs and mountains.

We pride ourselves on our warm welcome, providing a relaxed stay for cyclists, golfers, walkers or an informal stop for locals. We’re a locally owned and run hotel with a community hub full of life, often seen as a home away from home.

The Corrie Hotel

The Hotel

The hotel was built in 1850 and was extended in 1899 to house holidaymakers who travelled to the Isle of Arran on steamers. The buildings adjacent to the hotel were previously stables and the beer garden used to be the croquet lawn.

The red sandstone, from which the hotel is built, is from the former village quarry.

Inside the hotel

You won’t find TV’s in the rooms….chat with locals and visitors, have a game of pool or simply appreciate the scenery. Your bedroom window is the perfect replacement for a television.

In all areas of the hotel, dogs are allowed, and the welcome clipboard features a page on ‘Dogs at The Corrie Hotel’. You’ll find dog treats and towels for muddy paws. We also have a dog menu if your dog gets hungry provided by Sir Woofchester.

We’ve had a few famous visitors in the past, one being Napoleon III. The hotel was also often used to house guests of Brodick Castle.

Food & Drink

The Corrie Hotel has a public bar, lounge and restaurant and a spacious beer garden overlooking the sea. Lunches and evening meals are served every day. You’ll also find a popular takeaway seafood bar & deli, Mara, a short walk away. For general shopping the busy town of Brodick is a short drive or bus ride.

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The Village of Corrie

The Village

Lying under the looming shadow of Goat Fell, the village of Corrie is 6 miles north of Brodick

The name Corrie is derived from the Gaelic ‘an coire’, meaning a curved hollow, and the history of the village is closely linked with its geology. The coastline is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, with geologists coming over from around the world to study the shoreline.

The Area

Within reach of the Corrie Hotel sits ‘The Doctor’s Bath’, a carved bath within the sandstone coast, dating to 1835. This curiosity is believed to have been dug out at the request of Doctor McCredy who, it’s said, wanted a curative bath built in order to treat his patients using salt water therapy.

The village also has the Corrie Hall, hosting many events, including film nights and exhibitions on a regular basis. You’ll also find The Wee Bookshop and Mara, a takeaway seafood bar. You can also see the famous Corrie seal, which we’ve nicknamed Clyde.

Slightly north of Corrie, is Sannox. Here you can access a beautiful sandy beach, more walks, rock climbing and the Corrie Golf Club, a 9-hole course. Larger stores, including a Co-op, can be found 6 miles down the road, in Brodick.

Clyde, The Corrie Seal

'The Doctor's Bath'

The Wee Bookshop