Glenluce Caravan Park is a wonderful location for privately owned and also rental holiday caravan holidays as well as family motorhome and caravan touring holidays in Scotland. This is a four star caravan park found in the heart of Glenluce Village, near Stranraer in Dumfries and Galloway. The park offers luxurious motorhomes and holiday lodges for sale to owner occupiers, as well as having a selection of holiday homes for hire, available to guests who would like to spend a short break in the area. A small area is also available for guests with motorhomes, touring caravans, or tents, though enquiries regarding availability should be made prior to booking. This holiday park is open throughout the year.
Glenluce Caravan Park is set in mature woodland and close to the River Luce, offering plenty of opportunities to spend time fishing on site. Additional things to do on the site include a heated indoor swimming pool, which is available via booking with a small fee, and a children’s play area. Wi-Fi internet is also offered for guests to use during their stay.
The site is perfectly situated for anyone that loves the coast, while the opportunity to explore and discover the very best of the Dumfries and Galloway region attracts many first time guests, repeat visitors, and those planning to buy.
Despite being close to the coast, the area is well sheltered and enjoys a somewhat unusual climate owing to the warming effect of the Gulf Stream. This part of Scotland is definitely somewhere for outdoor lovers to spend some time, with many public gardens and properties available for viewing throughout the year. Those looking to spend time on the beach with their family will find unspoiled coastline, coves, and caves across the local area, as well as plenty of opportunities for enjoying beach and water activities.
Many guests choose to travel to the popular market town of Stranraer, which is great for shopping as well the selection of local foods and drink on offer, and also offers the chance to take the ferry across the sea to spend a day in Ireland. The park is also close to many walking and cycling routes, which spread for miles and allow for some exceptional sightseeing. Many of the coastal towns and villages also allow visitors to spend a few hours out at sea with local fishermen.
Naturally for Scotland, there is also a range of world class golf courses nearby that are open to the public throughout the year. Other attractions in the area include National Trust properties, archaeological sites, and museums in the nearby towns and villages. Galloway Forest Park offers miles of woodland and is home to a selection of organised activities aimed at people of all ages and interests.
Guests are also encouraged to look beyond Dumfries and Galloway and explore the Scottish Borders region, as well as the west coast of Scotland.
Anyone looking to do nothing but relax can easily escape into village life in Glenluce if they wish to do so, and spend their entire break close to the site. Glenluce Caravan Park is the perfect place to escape the stresses of life, as well as an amazing springboard for exploring the south and west of Scotland.