Pirnmill is a small friendly village on Arran’s beautiful North West coast, 7 miles south of Lochranza. Pirnmill takes its name from a mill that produced pirns (wooden bobbins). The villages’ bay has a long sandy beach, and enjoys spectacular views of the Kilbrannan Sound, the Kintyre Peninsula and some stunning sunsets. Walking opportunities locally, and a regular bus service around Arran from Pirnmill. Its shoreline offers wildlife & bird watching. Village Store & Post Office, the “Lighthouse” Café/Restaurant (byob), “Clisham” B&B, a rare 1920’s “Tin Tabernacle” church & a traditional rural school. *Access ashore via a slipway/jetty (55°38.63N 5°23.03W). These free moorings are operated by the local community – Donations towards maintenance are welcomed, via honesty box on shore.