Sundrum Castle Holiday Park - Parkdean Holidays

Ayrshire, Ayrshire

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Sundrum Castle Holiday Park occupies a beautiful, tranquil spot on Scotland’s Ayrshire coast. The park itself, owned and operated by Parkdean Holidays, is set among rolling hills and is just four miles from Ayr’s famous beaches.

There are many holiday homes that are available to rent or to buy here, while a number of touring pitches are also offered for those travelling with a caravan, motorhome or tent.

Visit Scotland for a break or on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays and let Sundrum Castle Holiday Park be the ideal base from which to explore the west coast of Scotland. Whether it is ancient castles that fill the stunning countryside of the famous Robbie Burns museum, you can experience these and so much more within easy reach of this holiday park.

A modern swimming pool complex is the central attraction at the park, with facilities catering for both those looking to take a serious swim as well as those simply looking to have a fun, safe splash around. Parents who are hoping for a little time to themselves will be pleased to hear that Parkdean offers a number of children’s clubs, catering for toddlers right through to children aged 15.

As well as these options, the site also boasts an impressive amusement arcade and games room, featuring table tennis and a pool table, among other things. Outdoors, energy can be spent on the all-weather sports court, or frustrations let out over nine holes of crazy golf.

During the evening, the park stays alive with options for eating and drinking at the bar and restaurant, as well as a variety of on-site entertainment. Takeaway food is available, too.

In addition, this family friendly, dog friendly holiday park with disabled facilities has a cafe and solarium, Wi-Fi and parking for visitors.

In the surrounding area, you can discover such jewels as an Olympic swimming pool, Loudon Castle Theme Park, or the ferry to the stunning Isle of Arran.

Discover Ayrshire in the car, on foot, by bicycle, or even on horseback. We promise you, you will not be disappointed.

Open from:
March - November

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Disabled access, Family park, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Take away food, Designated / private parking, Visitor parking, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities, Swimming pool(s), Bar, Restaurant, Cafe, Club house, Solarium

Accommodations:
Touring pitches, Motorhome pitches, Tent pitches, Serviced pitches (touring), Holiday homes (for rent), Swimming pool(s), Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Fishing, Golf, Swimming (Indoor), Organised Entertainment, Sports Ground, Internet Access, Games Room, Snooker/Pool, Leisure Centre

The town of Ayr is only 4 miles away, with Olympic size swimming pool, ice skating, bowling, ten-pin bowling, cinemas and shopping. Ayr also has a lovely sandy beach with lots of watersports and activities. Loudon Castle Family Theme Park has super rides, rollercoaster’s and Animal Kingdom. Catch the ferry to the beautiful isle of Arran, Burns Country Heritage Trail. The area is also home to many castles country parks and museums. Golfers have an array of courses to choose from in the area.


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Coylton
Ayrshire, Scotland
United Kingdom
KA6 5JH
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Overall rating

4.5 stars

Based on 4 review(s)

Scotland

3.0 stars

Stayed here 1 night in a tent with my 5yr old son, we enjoyed it, the only thing would be that the toilet/shower block should be better, hot water taps running better and shower not cutting off as quickly as they did also toilet/shower block is quite small for a site like this, especially as the cost of camping prices are high.

Birmingham

5.0 stars

previously stayed at this park its the same quality every time toilets and showers excellent pub and food on site entertainment for the children a lovely park play area shop on site swimming pool first class park we visit Scotland every year and tried a park in the New Cumnock area and returned to this park within the hour so that tells you something

West yorkshire

5.0 stars

long time since i visited the park i run a park near by for many years always used the park to eat and have a few hours on a sunday parks looking very well staffs always willing to help great place willcall again soon

ayrshire

4.0 stars

THE TOURING SITE HAS BEEN MODERNISED AGAIN THE PARK IS GETTING BETTER EVRY TIME WE VISIT ABOUT 4 OR 5 TIMES A YEAR ALL I WOULD LIKE TO SEE IS SAY A BIGGER TOILET BLOCK
THE BAR AND INTERTAINMENT IS GOOD AND GOOD SAFE PLAY AREA FOR THE KIDS IT IS ALSO CLOSE TO THE CARAVAN WHICH IS REASURING
Sundrum Castle Holiday Park, Ayrshire

Ayrshire

Just back from three days at Sundrum.A great family park. Toilets were immaculate inside and outside. The touring site was full as well. Kids had a great time. The swimming complex was spotless and the food and entertainment was great. I have been looking for a local site that has all these basic essentials for a great long weekend away - look no further. Superb
Sundrum Castle Holiday Park, Ayrshire, Scotland

West Lothian

Have just returned after 3 relaxing days at this holiday park. The entertainment at this time could have been excellent rather than good if it was in the Tam o'Shanter bar instead of the Kintyre due to all the kids running about. Food was excellent and plenty of it. Staff very friendly and helpfull. Facilities are good, Lots for kids with their own club.
Will definitely be back in the near future.

Aberdeenshire

Arrived on Easter week with my family for a short break the park only opened one week before and i must say that they were fully expecting a busy time. Enjoyed every minute of the 6 days there great food and entertainment.

Stirlingshire

Sundrum Castle is a pleasant and secluded Holiday Park. With there only being a couple of hundred static caravans (the majority are private) the site is a comfortable size. You can feel confident that the kids are safe when they go for a wander.

The entertainment is pretty varied this year with various carbaret acts rather than a resident band, only down side during low season is that the entertainment at night is more focussed on the younger children, we have been promised this will adjust a bit over the high season.

The park itself is kept clean and tidy, there are several different country walks just outside the parks entrance one of which is up towards sundrum castle itself. The site benefits from its secluded position by being more quieter than craig tara just a few miles away. And the countryside setting means we are a bit more protected from the coastal winds.

Staff are generally friendly and helpful, as with all sites you will find the odd exception but overall they normally will do anything they can to make your visit pleasant.