Viewfield Manor Leisure Park Verdant Kilwinning, Ayrshire, Scotland, KA13 7RD (Location map)
1st March to 31st January
Set in the heart of the beautiful Ayrshire countryside, Viewfield Manor Leisure Park provides both the perfect location to enjoy wonderful family holidays and an ideal base from which to explore the wealth of historic attractions, thriving market and seaside towns or world famous sporting locations that Ayrshire has to offer.
Viewfield Manor offers everything you would expect from a 4star holiday park and more. You will never run out of things to see and do - there’s year-round fun with fishing, rambling, cycling, shopping and even skiing almost on the doorstep. If you don’t feel like leaving the park, the superb on site facilities and wonderful setting are more than enough to keep the whole family entertained.
Whether you're interested in a luxurious self-catering holiday in one of our caravans or owning your very own holiday home from home, a warm welcome awaits you at Viewfield Manor Leisure Park - you will leave with a lasting impression and the fondest of memories each and every time you visit.
Viewfield Manor is situated only 20 minutes from Robert Burns Country in nearby Ayr, and with attractions such as Culzean Castle, Kelburn Park, and Irvine, Troon and Ayr beaches all within a 30 minute journey, you will never run out of things to see and do. For golfers there are 25 golf courses within 20 miles of the park and the vibrant city of Glasgow is just 25 miles away.
There's so much to do and see in the local area and to help you make the most of everything that's available we have managed to negotiate a number of discounts at local attractions and activities for our holiday guests.
Set in the heart of the beautiful Ayrshire countryside, Viewfield Manor provides an ideal base from which to explore the historic attractions, thriving market and seaside towns and world famous sporting locations that Ayrshire has to offer.
Based on 3 review(s)
Tyne and Wear 24 Aug 2014
A great site - helpful staff and clean tidy caravan. The children's play area is nice, some different activities for my 6 year old. Pool is small, and no lifeguard, so you couldn't send children alone, but we had a good time as a family. We didn't use the restaurant or bar, that wasn't what we were looking for - we just wanted a nice base from which to travel about and this place was perfect for that. We hired a high chair which was broken when we arrived - I reported it to reception at 6pm, they were apologetic and came down to the caravan with a replacement in less than half an hour. My only complaint would be there were no chopping board or kitchen scissors in the kitchen, other than that the equipment was fine.
Property manager response (26 Aug 2014)
Thank you for your lovely comments and for taking the time to give us some feedback about your holiday. We will ensure the feedback and the points you have raised are looked into by our team at Viewfield Manor Leisure Park.
scotland 23 Nov 2012
This holiday park used to be an amzing atmosphere but has went seriously down hill this year and last due to new managment. The facilities are bog standard couple of washing machines and a couple of tumble dryers, a sad excuse for a swimming pool and a sauna which looks like it has been built my one of the pool staff. The resteraunt is nothing to brag about but edable none the less, The night life is non exsistent with a few horrid acts and over priced booze within a massive hall decorated in cheap tartan and some of the bar staff have no personality at all!. I think what makes a good holiday site begins with the staff wanting to make it an experience for you well it's the other way around on this site they couldnt care less about you. The kida facilities are also non exsistent with a play park which is probably one of the best things at the site and a games room which has around 5 games in it and most of them are usually out of order. The kids are running around to all hours whilst mums and dads are drinking around babys... i just dont agree with that to 12pm not acceptable. This is not a great site to say the least and I will never go back it's in the middle of knowwhere so a quiet walk at night is out of the question you will have to make do with a bad walk around the site which has nothing but caravans in it. To conclude if your looking for merely a caravan to rent then this is your place but if your looking for a holiday experience i would keep looking!
scotland 08 Apr 2009
I was looking foe a holiday home for a years and almost gave up until i drove by this place on the way home from another failed visit to a bigger park,Once i had viewed l the park and some holiday homes i signed up straight away from the road it did not look up to much but with it s pool, big gym fantastic staff and a mixture of young and old owners, great beer and great evening entertainment sky sports/setanta sports its everything you need and the yearly fees are very very reasonable i would recommend this holiday park to anyone and you can find me at 28 seafield gardens if you want any info Viewfield Manor Holiday Village, Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland.