Lasting between 1 and 2 hours, our farm tours and experiences take you to meet the animals and explore the farm. Speak to our very own farmers Donald and Ailsa, collect the morning eggs or feed the alpacas – we can tailor our tours entirely to you!
Our farm tours are like a back-stage tour of a real working farm, guided by one of our team. Help with our day-to-day farm work like feeding the animals or collecting the eggs, whilst learning all about how farm life changes with the seasons.
The tours are taken in groups. If you’re visiting as a group, tell us a little about yourselves and we can tailor the tour specifically to you.
Our Arran farm experiences are self-guided and allow you to explore certain parts of the farm at your own leisure. Meet the animals, tour the machinery we use on the farm, and learn all about the Arran food story: what we’re known for, how our produce is used, and what grows well in the local climate.
We also have a dedicated outdoor picnic and play area, so once you’re done exploring you can sit down to enjoy a bite to eat.
Flexible but we recommend at least 1 hour.
We’re happy to welcome groups of all sizes at Bellevue Farm. We do ask that, if possible, you book in advance. Small groups can book through our online booking calendar, larger groups we’d ask to drop us an email so that we can make sure you can get the most out of your visit with us.
|2 adults & 2 children (under 14)||£55|
|1 adult & 1 child||£27|
|Extra child (under 14)||£10|
|2 adults & 2 children (under 14)||£25|
|1 adult & 1 child||£15|
|Extra child (under 14)||£7|
If you’re joining our farm tour, please bring wellies and waterproofs if the forecast is rain. If you’re joining our farm experience, please wear sensible footwear.
Yes, we welcome large parties. But we ask that you get in touch with us before your trip so that we may organise in advance of your arrival.
Our tour is a guided walk around the farmyard, finishing in the barn with a coffee. Guests of the tour will take part in tasks like feeding the animals or collecting eggs – it’s more hands on than the farm experience.
The experience still allows you to meet the animals and explore the farm but in your own time and with less supervised activities. Perhaps more suited to younger families.
Yes, you can feed the animals on both our farm tour and experience, but the feeding is more involved on the tour.
We now have the Bellevue Barn, which means we have the perfect undercover spot for when the weather’s bad as we can then carry out many of our tour activities in a sheltered space. It actually makes a trip to Bellevue Farm the ideal place to visit on those rainy days on Arran.
Well behaved dogs are welcome to join our farm experiences, but not our farm tours.
The farm ground, in our experience, is suitable for both buggies and pushchairs. On the tours there is some rough ground and a particularly steep slope, but most buggies still manage.
Our barn has disabled toilets and parking.
If you’re considering joining one of our tours or experiences, please call or email to discuss beforehand. There are some spots where wheelchair movement may be difficult, but we seek to accommodate everyone, wherever we can.
While you’re relaxing in our barn you can enjoy a range of teas, coffees, juices, milkshakes, biscuits and freshly baked cakes.
Yes, we sell our own home-reared lamb, pork, goat meat, and eggs which are available at the farm or on our online shop.
Our tour takes 1.5 to 2 hours. We recommend 1 to 1.5 hours for our farm experience but it can take as long as you like, since it’s self-guided.
Isle of Arran
T 0044 (0)1770 860 251
M 07740 986803