Middlemuir is situated in the old walled gardens of the former castle of Montgomerie, which provides a sheltered sunny aspect and commanding views across the pastures, woods and footpaths that Robert Burns explored generations ago. The park situation provides a quiet haven for families or couples looking for a tranquil "get away from it all" break, but is within easy reach of Ayr, Troon, Prestwick, Largs and Glasgow. Please feel free to call us or drop in and visit, we are open 7 days a week.
: April in 2015
My family (my husband & 3 girls 12, 13 & 1)had a lovely time at this caravan park, the caravan was clean and well equipped there was not a great deal of entertainment on the site however, my older children made their own entertainment by building dens, playing football and going on bike rides while my youngest loved the park and the toys by the bar area. We had some lovely days out to dene country park (free) and heads of Ayr farm park. The staff were really helpful and always had time to chat. We had a lovely meal out at the Black Bull five mins drive away. Would recommend this site for a quiet get away giving families the opportunity to spend time together instead of sticking your kids in amusements and drinking your body weight in beer.
: March in 2014
Truly is bad on earth. advertised as a family holiday park with entertainment!! i have stayed in better equipped tents. no heating in the caravan except one plug in mobile heater, NO WASH HAND BASIN IN THE TOILET. holes in floor where they have removed the heating, charged a service charge £8 per person for 4 nights stay for a reason i am yet to work out, as the provide nothing at all. Entertainment for families in in the bar which includes one pool table & a dart board & around 6 tables to drink in the bar. this site is in the middle of nowhere so if you have kids older than 5 years be prepared for a lot of grief as there is nothing at all for them to do.