Happy 30th Auchrannie!

12th of September, 2018 | Posted in Hotel News Email Article | Print Article

Auchrannie Resort on the Isle of Arran is now officially a thirty-something. And as well as 2018 marking the 30th year of business, Auchrannie also completed the transition to employee ownership. It started out as a 12-bedroom guest house back in 1988 and the business now stands at 85 bedrooms, 30 luxury lodges and 7 couples retreats – accommodating up to 425. guests each night. It also comprises two leisure centres (both with swimming pools), three restaurants, a destination spa, outdoor adventure centre and children’s playbarn. Auchrannie now employs over 160 staff.

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