Two separate sea views are visible from the Achnancarranan stone row. The south eastern one faces the Kintyre peninsula and is of the closed sea triangle variety whilst the south west facing sea triangle has views of the Northern Irish coast and is only partly closed. Views in all other directions are very restricted . The summits of far distant hills on the Isle of Arran and Northern Ireland will be visible on particularly clear days. The sea views are particularly pronounced and the row may have been situated to maximise these whilst at the same time providing a large number of glimpses towards a considerable range of summits.