Besides winning awards in the ‘Best UK Park Operator’ category at the British Travel Awards for 3 years in a row, you’ll find lots of great reasons to stay with Parkdean. In fact, in the last three years alone we’ve spent £33 million across our 24 parks, with £12 million spent in 2013, to make sure your Parkdean holiday experience is the best ever!
Sundrum Castle Holiday Park is set in the glorious rolling Scottish countryside, close to 30 historic castles and miles of sandy beaches. What will you start with? A splash in the pool? A round of crazy golf or a day on the beach at Ayr? Only thing we’re short of at Sundrum Castle is hours in the day!
Awards: 4 Star Excellent Award from the Scottish Tourist Board, Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award
Facilities and entertainment includes –
* Kids’ clubs with Sid & Lizzie for preschool – 10 year olds.
* Freestyle teen club for 10-15 year olds.
* Fun-filled evening entertainment in the Kintyre family entertainment venue.
* Indoor pool complex with flume and toddlers’ pool.
* Tam O’Shanter Restaurant & Lounge Bar and Kintyre entertainment club & bar.
* Fish & Chips takeaway.
* Mini ten-pin bowling and nine hole crazy golf course.
* Adventure play area with swings, slides, climbing area and ‘skate ride’.
* Sports programme and all weather sports court.
* Amusements, pool tables, darts and games room.
* Free Wi-Fi in designated areas.
* Pet friendly accommodation.
* And much more!
Sundrum Castle Holiday Park also offers spacious touring and camping pitches with great facilities.
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The town of Ayr is only 4 miles away, with Olympic size swimming pool, ice skating, bowling, ten-pin bowling, cinemas and shopping. Ayr also has a lovely sandy beach with lots of watersports and activities. Loudon Castle Family Theme Park has super rides, rollercoaster’s and Animal Kingdom. Catch the ferry to the beautiful isle of Arran, Burns Country Heritage Trail. The area is also home to many castles country parks and museums. Golfers have an array of courses to choose from in the area.
: June in 2010
THE TOURING SITE HAS BEEN MODERNISED AGAIN THE PARK IS GETTING BETTER EVRY TIME WE VISIT ABOUT 4 OR 5 TIMES A YEAR ALL I WOULD LIKE TO SEE IS SAY A BIGGER TOILET BLOCK
THE BAR AND INTERTAINMENT IS GOOD AND GOOD SAFE PLAY AREA FOR THE KIDS IT IS ALSO CLOSE TO THE CARAVAN WHICH IS REASURING
Sundrum Castle Holiday Park, Ayrshire
This reviewer is a family with children, a tourer/motorhomer
Just back from three days at Sundrum.A great family park. Toilets were immaculate inside and outside. The touring site was full as well. Kids had a great time. The swimming complex was spotless and the food and entertainment was great. I have been looking for a local site that has all these basic essentials for a great long weekend away - look no further. Superb
Sundrum Castle Holiday Park, Ayrshire, Scotland
Have just returned after 3 relaxing days at this holiday park. The entertainment at this time could have been excellent rather than good if it was in the Tam o'Shanter bar instead of the Kintyre due to all the kids running about. Food was excellent and plenty of it. Staff very friendly and helpfull. Facilities are good, Lots for kids with their own club.
Will definitely be back in the near future.
Sundrum Castle is a pleasant and secluded Holiday Park. With there only being a couple of hundred static caravans (the majority are private) the site is a comfortable size. You can feel confident that the kids are safe when they go for a wander.
The entertainment is pretty varied this year with various carbaret acts rather than a resident band, only down side during low season is that the entertainment at night is more focussed on the younger children, we have been promised this will adjust a bit over the high season.
The park itself is kept clean and tidy, there are several different country walks just outside the parks entrance one of which is up towards sundrum castle itself. The site benefits from its secluded position by being more quieter than craig tara just a few miles away. And the countryside setting means we are a bit more protected from the coastal winds.
Staff are generally friendly and helpful, as with all sites you will find the odd exception but overall they normally will do anything they can to make your visit pleasant.
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This park continues to be the nicest I have ever worked on, with great entertainment staff, bar and restaurant superb, food is amazing and all round friendly atmosphere, this makes my job so much more fun!14 Aug 2009
What an amazing park to work on, the staff are friendly and helpfull, the current owners have helped me every step of the way of my first season, I couldn't ask for more.8 Dec 2008