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Brodick, Isle of Arran
Brodick sits pretty under the magnificence of the towering Goatfell. The smaller villages have charms all of their own. Travelling around the Island the visitor will discover prehistoric remains, stone circles, mystical castles, sheltered harbours, large caves and waterfalls.
A major attraction is Brodick Castle, the ancestral seat of the Hamiltons, now under the administration of the National Trust for Scotland. Here you will find priceless works of art, exquisite furniture and one of the most important collections of silver in the country. Just as famous are the breathtaking gardens, with their incomparable collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and Magnolia.