If you like to spend your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Scotland, this campsite's stunning location might make it your perfect destination.
Port Ban Holiday Park is a lovely, four-star rated family holiday retreat on the west coast of Scotland. Open from the beginning of March to the end of October every year, Port Ban Holiday Park welcomes guests with tents, motorhomes and touring caravans, as well as offering a small number of static holiday homes for hire. It's also a dog friendly campsite.
A number of the pitches at Port Ban benefit from electric hook-ups, while additional facilities found at the park include a laundrette, a room where you can do your washing up, a shower and toilet block, and chemical disposal points. A children’s play area is found on the site for little ones to run around in at their leisure, while there is plenty of space on the site and the surrounding area for dog walking. There is also a games room that guests can use during the day and at evenings.
An on-site café and Thai and Indian restaurant with a takeaway option means that guests are able to get fed and watered while staying at Port Ban, and can enjoy time away from the kitchen. There's also a well-stocked shop selling groceries as well as camping and fishing equipment. The park owners sell locally sourced produce as much as possible, with guests encouraged to pre-order the seasonal fruit, vegetables and salad that are delivered to the site twice a week. There is also a daytime lounge where guests can enjoy a coffee or something stronger during the afternoon, which also hosts live entertainment on some evenings.
The Kilberry Inn is one of several places close by where guests can find something to eat if they’re not eating on-site, with other restaurants and pubs found close to the coast, in particular.
Many activities are offered at Port Ban, with events held throughout the open season that all guests are encouraged to get involved with. Crazy golf, putting and lawn bowls are among the more relaxing pursuits offered, while bike riding, canoeing, ‘extreme orienteering’, triathlon and sailing are available for those feeling more daring and energetic.
Away from the park, guests can enjoy fishing and golf, while there are miles of pathways to explore along rivers as well as the coast. Fishing trips out to sea are popular, as are days out to the islands found off the Scottish coastline.
Port Ban is situated far enough away from any major towns of note that it’s easy for guests to feel like they’ve escaped the real world, yet there is enough going on close by to keep busy throughout a stay at the park.
Look out across the Inner Hebrides island of Jura, which has a large population of red deer. The village of Craighouse on Jura's east coast is the main settlement here and is home to the famous distillery that produces single malt whisky.
Get away from it all on the west coast of Scotland on your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays at Port Ban Holiday Park.