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Argyll Caravan Park

Inveraray, Argyll & Bute

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The Park is ideally situated to explore this beautiful area of Wild Argyll and offers free access to a superb network of paths for walkers.

All the luxuries you would like, now available on holiday - here at Argyll Caravan Park. What could be better? Try renting one of our holiday homes and it won't be long before you’ll be giving serious consideration to buying your own.

We have 30 serviced pitches, 9 with grass for awning. Please telephone Park for Touring Bookings
The type of connection is to BS 4343

Sorry no tents

Open from:
1st April to 31st October

Allow rallies, Disabled access, Family park, Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Chemical disposal point, 30 Electric hook-ups, Laundry, LPG stockist, 2 Sanitary block(s), Shop, Take away food, 20 Visitor parking, Washing up facilities, Wireless internet, Bar, Restaurant

- baby changing room
- boat hire
- hairdresser
- recreation hall with badminton court, snooker table, table tennis, pool tables
- reception
- public telephone

4 Holiday homes (for rent), Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, 30 Serviced pitches (touring), Touring pitches, 164 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Boat launch, Fishing, Golf, Horse riding holidays, Swimming (Indoor), Tennis, Games Room, Snooker/Pool, Sauna

Close by there is a wide range of Visitor Attractions. Inveraray Castle and Auchendrain Open Air Museum. Inveraray Jail tells a chilling story of justice, crime and punishment in times past. Next to the Park is Argyll Riding Centre.

Argyll Caravan Park

Argyll & Bute, Scotland
United Kingdom
PA32 8XT
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1.0 stars

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1.0 stars

Our holiday here in 2009 was very disappointing, although we stayed in a new Willerby Salisbury Caravan other factors let the weeks stay at the site down.

We first looked at the site in July 2008 whilst on holiday in the area and we were told the hire vans were on individual plots all around the site, On arrival this year we were very disappointed – the situation of the “Hire” vans was very poor, they were all lumped together in a row, no where near the waterfront and overlooking the boat compound, no loch views, and by the side of the main route to the touring site which meant constant passing traffic. There was no grass around the vans they were all stood on grey shale and very much resembled the temporary camps set up for flood victims in the north of England.

Although the caravan itself was new, very clean and supplied with bed linen and towels it lacked basics, we struggled to find crockery, cutlery etc for 4 adults even though the van slept 6 eg 3 small glass tumblers one of which was chipped, two mugs, no measuring jug or reasonably sharp knives, the fridge was small and totally inadequate, no separate freezer, the kitchen sink kept blocking and the frying pan was very, very well worn – glad we took our own.

The Willerby Salisbury is very basic when compared to other Willerby models, many of which we have stayed in over the years - the en-suite main bedroom was not strictly en-suite had a connecting door to the toilet/bathroom which also had a connecting door to the corridor as it was the only bathroom, with 4 sharing locking and unlocking the door had therefore to be essential. The living area had two very uncomfortable hard sofas, the dining area was cramped and the remote for the DVD player would not work as it contained two very corroded batteries.

On arrival we were escorted to the plot, we were not given any instructions on either the heating (this took us two days to work out as there were no written instructions either) or the fridge which was not turned on and on a very hot day took nearly 24 hours to cool down as it was sited behind a glass door. The staff were generally very inattentive on many of the sites we stay on at some point someone will call and ask if everything is OK, even when one of the plastic chairs on the patio broke whilst my husband was sitting in it no one found time to come and see us (or even if my husband was injured) even though we reported it immediately to the driver of one of the touring site escort vehicles.

Finally site security seemed to be lacking, noisy teenagers were hanging around outside well after dark and up to midnight, even through the day there was a lot of noise it was not a particularly quite and restful site.

We have and continue to enjoy caravan holidays in Scotland for over 30 years but have to say that Argyll Caravan Park will not be on our “returns” list.
Argyll Caravan Park, Inverary, Argyll and Bute, Scotland