Welcome to Otterburn, Isle of Arran, Scotland.



Wildlife on Arran




Arran is a super place to see some wildlife.
There are a great variety of birds, deer, seals and even a rare otter!


Seal, Isle of Arran

A good place to spot seals is down at Kildonan,
which is not too far from Otterburn.


Seals, Isle of Arran

Deer, Isle of Arran

Deer have become very tame at the North End and if you go to Lochranza you will have a very good chance of seeing some.

Young goats on Holy Isle

Wild goats inhabit Holy Isle.

Adder, Isle of Arran

Adders are rarely sighted, this one was spotted in Glen Catacol.

Otter, Isle of Arran

Otters are shy creatures and seeing one is very special indeed.

Dolphins near Lochranza

These dolphins were spotted near Lochranza.

Golden Eagle

Golden eagles can sometimes be seen at the North End.

Arran Birding

Arran Birding Blog



Wild flowers at Machrie, Isle of Arran

Wild flowers are abundant especially during May & June.


Bluebells

Daffodils

Flowers

Flowers

Fern, Isle of Arran




 

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About Us

Otterburn is an extremely spacious and well appointed self catering house, that can sleep up to 10. It is  finished to a very high standard, and perfect for family holidays or a group of friends wishing to have an idyllic break away from it all. Set in a delightful garden with a large lawn to the front and mature flower beds around the side of the house - a riot of colour in the summer. An ideal spot to enjoy some alfresco dining.       

        Contact

                 Mrs Susan Adamson
                adamsonsuz@btinternet.com
                +44   01770 302 334