Muasdale Holiday Park
Telephone: 01583 421207. Small private park in a unique location on the West coast of the Kintyre Peninsula Scotland, offering unobstructed views of the Atlantic and isles of Islay, Jura and Gigha.
Touring Park beside the Atlantic with 10 pitches, with hook-up facilities if required, just a couple of steps and you are onto the beach.
NEW 2010: Amenities block with showers, private washroom, toilets and washing-up area.
NEW 2010: Chemical toilet and waste-water disposal points (lower and easier to use).
Four Caravan Holiday Homes for hire, non smoking, a couple accepting pets. Unobstructed views of beach and isles.
Two apartments which are pet free and non smoking, also with unobstructed views of isles, wildlife, beach and Atlantic.
The whole area offers plenty of opportunity to spot wildlife such as dolphins, seals, cormorants, oyster catchers, gulls, herons, swans, buzzards and sea otters.
Glorious sunsets can be seen from every Caravan Holiday Home or Tourer/Motor Home/Tent (weather permitting).
NB: The park is quiet with no entertainment provided.
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User rating: (5.0/5.0)
There's not much to do in Muasdale on a Saturday night, or at any other time for that matter, and that is the simple beauty of caravanning in this part of the world. This well kept site, backs onto a beautiful white sand beach, with views over to Gigha, Islay and the Paps of Jura, and if the weather is right, stunning sunsets. If your idea of heaven is kicking back in tranquil peace and quiet surrounded by magnificent countryside and stunning wildlife, making your own entertainment round a beach campfire, this site is definitely for you.
The facilities, while basic, are both more than adequate and spotless, with unlimited hot water in the showers, a laundry, games room and well stocked information desk. Two minutes down the road there is a well stocked shop in the village, stocking all your basic food and drink needs, but alas no pub within walking distance. There are however, regular buses to Tarbert and Campbeltown, where there are plenty of pubs, as well as the other amenities you would expect from small towns.
The beach itself seems to be almost non-tidal, and the waters are surprisingly calm, due the shelter afforded by the islands opposite, which also provide an effective natural windbreak meaning your awning shouldn’t blow away. If the weather isn’t so good, there are still hours of entertainment looking out over the beach from the comfort of your caravan spotting the wildlife along the shore line.
While the site and the village may be quiet, there is plenty to do in the surrounding area, including ferries to the islands and their whiskies close by, as well as walks for walkers of all levels. Owners Adrian and Alison, are both friendly and approachable, and keep well stocked files of local attractions in the office should the tranquillity become too much for you.
Muasdale Holiday Park, Tarbet, Argyll and Bute, Scotland
This reviewer is a family with children, a tourer/motorhomer
** This review was originally posted by Jana from Derby. **
Holidays were made for places like this. Stunning views over Gigha and spectacular sunsets. The beach is just in front of the touring park not at all tidal, plenty of birds and wildlife to watch (even better with a nice glass or two). Spotless toilets and showers, laundry and fridge/freezer facilities. Local shop stocks plenty of beers, wines etc both local and more well known. True it is quiet but that is the whole joy of the place, if you want bars, clubs etc (and want to pay for them) try Haven or Golden Balls. We will be back. The photos of Muasdale do tell the story.
** This review was originally posted by Paul Vaughan from Edinburgh. **
hi alison and adrian
thank you for such a great holiday, the views were as you said, the weather was great, your park was very neat and tidy and the welcome that we got when we got there was good. i hope that we left the park & caravans as they were found, i liked the touch that you and adrian came out to say good bye, not many places do that . i hope that we will be made welcome next year, please keep me informed of any price change's for next year
thanks from all the gang - paul
p.s hope you liked the raft race!
** This review was originally posted by Alice Hamilton from Edinburgh. **
What a lovely park, so friendly, we had a most enjoyable stay. The facilities are spotless and the beach is only a few steps from our touring caravan, the dogs loved the beach - wonderful !
What a wonderful location, just sit in your caravan and watch the sea roll in and out, watch the birds on the waters edge, even spotted a sea otter - all from your caravan!
It was great fun watching the seals playing on the reef nearby and later watching them swim byin the evening - we shall definately come again. The sunsets were fabulous, took 73 shots on my digital camera !
All the very best to Alison & Adrian who work so hard to keep the park spotless throughout - including the Static Caravans (we had a quick peek)
Alice & Len Hamilton - Edinburgh
** This review was originally posted by Celia Bailey from Sunderland. **
Hello, we stayed at your site begining of june for a few days ,enjoyed it very much.there was my husband,son ,sister in law and little black dog.We thought your site was great ,lovely views . .I think your website is good.Hope to see you again Regards Celia Bailey
15 Oct 2007
The 10 pitch touring field immediately over the road is right next to a white sandy beach and turquoise sea, with lovely sea views (weather permitting) across to the islands of Cara, Gigha and Islay, with the Paps of Jura visible on clear days. All sorts of wildlife can be spotted with patience, including seals, and Alison & Adrian are happy to share her knowledge of the flora and fauna of the area.
15 Oct 2007
The 10 pitch touring field immediately over the road is right next to a white sandy beach and turquoise sea, with lovely sea views (weather permitting) across to the islands of Cara, Gigha and Islay, with the Paps of Jura visible on clear days. All sorts of wildlife can be spotted with patience, including seals, and Alison & Adrian are happy to share their knowledge of the flora and fauna of the area.
21 Aug 2007
Just to thank you again for the pitch you gave us over the weekend. It is always sad to come home but it was more so from there as it was perfect. Even the weather was good. Once again thank you and we look forward to seeing you next year. Best Wishes
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