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Right in the heart of the Ayrshire countryside lies Craig Tara Holiday Park. Just 30 minutes south of Glasgow on the west coast of Scotland, Craig Tara offers beautiful scenery and facilities that can be enjoyed whatever the season and whatever the weather.
About Craig Tara
Nestled in the rolling hills of Ayrshire, Craig Tara Holiday Park offers fantastic holiday village facilities and activities within easy reach of the stunning Scottish countryside. Accommodation is available to suit every family and budget, with standard range caravans offering a simple, affordable form of accommodation and the platinum and prestige range offering more luxurious lodgings.
And because holidays in the beautiful Scottish landscape should be accessible to everyone, there are also adapted caravans available to accommodate guests with guide dogs and wheelchair users. And if you’re booking an adapted caravan, a specialist advisor will discuss your booking with you to ensure that all your individual requirements are met.
What’s more, if you really enjoy your stay at Craig Tara you can even buy your own caravan. With a whole host of caravans for sale every year, you can purchase your own and make the most of holidays in Ayrshire whenever you want. And with affordable finance packages available to fund your holiday home, owning your own caravan has never been more straight forward.
Why choose Craig Tara
There’s no better way to experience the Scottish scenery than by being slap bang in the middle of it. And at Craig Tara Holiday Park you’ll get spectacular views of the Firth of Clyde from all over the park. You’ll also get direct access to the beach, which is in walking distance from the park.
And whatever the season it’s impossible not to be amazed by Scotland’s rugged coastline; bike hire is available from the holiday park itself and on two wheels is one of the best ways to enjoy the scenery. A popular cycle path runs along the coast and it’s easy to find a section that the whole family can enjoy.
Things to do in Scotland
The beauty of holiday parks is that they offer so many activities and facilities that it’s near impossible to get bored. From water activities to sports sessions and live evening entertainment, there’ll be plenty to pack into your day.
But if you’d like to discover the local area around where you’re staying, this area of Scotland won’t disappoint. Not only is it a close distance from some of Scotland’s best beaches and places of interest, fantastic events also take place all year round.
One of Ayrshire’s most popular events is the Dundonald Highland Games where you can experience Scotland’s traditional heritage for yourself. Witness highland dancing and the power and sound of real pipe bands. There’ll also be a street procession, tug-o-war and weight lifting events.