Clashwhannon caravan park is a small friendly family run park, having a prime position with uninterrupted views over Luce Bay which are beautiful, especially at sunrise. The area is renowned for its fishing and bird watching, both from the shoreline and by boat.
Our season for holiday rentals at Clashwhannon is from March to December, where we welcome bookings from angling parties. The Clashwhannon Carvan Park has its own public house, featuring a pool-room bar, lounge bar, large function suite and bar, dining room. The bars have a traditional feel to them, with plenty of local memorabillia adorning the rooms.
The caravan park itself stands within the southern part of the Rhins at Drummore. The Rhins is an area of rugged coastline, quiet beaches, woodlands and rolling hills. Surrounded by water on three sides, which feels more like living on an island.
The village of Drummore is about 5 minutes walk away with its own store, garage and cafe, whilst Scotland's most southerly point - the Mull of Galloway - is around five miles south of Clashwhannon.
Galloway is renown for its horse riding, mountain biking, great coastal walks and of course fishing, also enjoy a safe and long beach at Sandhead, Scotland's most southerly point at the Mull of Galloway.
So all in all, Clashwhannon caravan park makes for an ideal base for a holiday home.
Quality food served in restaurant, bar meals and takeaways available.
- Logan Botanical Gardens
- Mull of Galaway Visitor Centre
- Ardwell Gardens
- Logan Fish Pond
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