Visit Scotland on your holidays and stay at the family friendly Wester Bonnyton Farm, where you can be assured of a warm welcome.
On the north east coast of Scotland, overlooking the Moray Firth, this campsite is open from March until October each year, and has static holiday homes for rent, as well as having a small number of pitches for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents. Depending on availability, guests may also have the option of becoming a holiday home owner at Wester Bonnyton Farm.
All of the static holiday homes available for hire at the park are well equipped with appliances and conveniences, ensuring guests have a cosy and comfortable stay, while the touring pitches at this park all have electric hook-ups.
Facilities available for guests to use during their stay at Wester Bonnyton Farm include a toilet and shower block, dishwashing facilities, a laundrette and Wi-Fi. Gas canister exchanges can also be taken care of at the site, while the on-site shop allows guests to stock up on essentials, as well as selling a selection of camping accessories and fresh produce from the farm.
There is plenty to do at Wester Bonnyton Farm, with younger guests particularly well catered for thanks to the play area and indoor play barn. Guests can access areas of the farm itself and enjoy a walk around, while again younger guests often enjoy interacting with the animals and even getting involved with small jobs on the farm.
The historic Duff House is about a 10-minute drive from this park, and is a great place to visit itself, though even better for golfers thanks to the excellent golf course found there. Royal Tarlair Golf Course is even closer to this campsite, on the cliff top, so as well as enjoying a round of golf, you can take in the fantastic views across the sea and the countryside.
The towns of Banff and Macduff, that face each other across Banff Bay, are the nearest towns to this campsite, so if you're spending your camping, motorhome, static home or caravan holidays at Wester Bonnyton Farm, you're likely to go to either or both of them – they are only separated by a bridge over the River Deveron. In the 19th century, Macduff was a well known spa town, while today you can enjoy walking round its harbour and you can go to the Macduff Marine Aquarium, the centrepiece of which is a massive aquarium tank that's open to the air. If you're feeling hardy, the Tarlair Outdoor Swimming Pool on the outskirts of Macduff – and just a 10-minute drive from this campsite – might be for you.
Of course, the remote nature of this location and its dramatic coastal views is what keeps many people coming back, and as well as being a well known destination for keen golfers, this is a super place for those who love walking holidays, or maybe bird watching, cycling, mountain biking or pony trekking.
If you'd like to visit Aberdeen, it's about an hour and a quarter away by car. Rather closer and about an hour's drive away from this campsite is Elgin, the pretty former cathedral city and Royal Burgh. The ruined cathedral is well worth some of your time, while many people enjoy days out at Spynie Palace, Duffus Castle and Pluscarden Abbey.
This is a beautiful part of the country and a great place to spend your motorhome, camping, static caravan and touring caravan holidays if you truly want to get away from it all.