Holidays in Scotland

Holidays in Scotland

Scotland caravan holidays and holiday parks

Scotland is a natural oasis that’s composed of great cities, windswept mountains, gorgeous glens and dramatic rugged coastlines. Whether you’re coming from near or far, Scotland holidays are a delight. There are hundreds of unblemished areas waiting to be discovered, with some of the most dramatic scenery seen anywhere in the UK. A caravan holiday in Scotland is a fantastic way to experience the landscape in all its glory.

Our two Scotland holiday parks cover both sides of the country. Craig Tara is located just outside airy Ayr in the west. Seton Sands is the eastern offering, just a stone’s throw from Edinburgh by car. Fancy bringing your dog? Check out our dog friendly holidays to Scotland.

Craig Tara self catering holidays

Marvel at the spectacular coast of West Scotland from our Craig Tara holiday park. Fine sandy beaches contrast with the mountains of Arran across the sea.

  • Splashaway Bay

  • Views of Isle of Arran

Seton Sands self catering holidays

The charming Seton Sands holiday park is your springboard to world heritage sites, magnificent castles, and glorious scenery all around.

  • Golf course

  • Beach access

Frequently asked questions

With a population of just over five million people and a land mass similar to that of England, Scotland is a haven of hidden gems and far away fields of green, ripe for you and your loved ones to enjoy.  Scotland’s natural beauty is cemented by the fact it has 790 islands and over 600 square miles of freshwater lakes. It is also home to the UK’s highest summit. Ben Nevis is 1345 metres above sea level in the heart of the country close to the town of Fort William.  Scotland is also home to the famous Balmoral Castle, the favourite summer retreat of the Royal Family in the lush surroundings of rural Aberdeenshire.

Scotland possesses an unbelievable set of coastlines, with classic seaside towns giving way to untouched paradises and even the nation’s capital city on the Firth of Forth. Offshore islands add to the serenity of this special UK space. 

Scotland is very well connected to England and Wales by road and rail, so you don’t have to travel too far in order to experience places and landscapes that no other part of Britain has to offer. 

The deeper you travel into Scotland, the more you’re rewarded. Scenery marries with a rich history in places like St Andrew’s, a picturesque town on the east coast of the country that was the birthplace of golf and still welcomes the world’s best players to its famous links course today.

Our two Scottish holiday parks have been tactically positioned to bring you the best of the country’s coastline. On the west coast, Craig Tara Holiday Park is home to Scotland’s best water park and sits just south of the stellar seaside town of Ayr, in a beautiful area overlooking the Isle of Arran across the Firth of Clyde. In the east, stay at Seton Sands Holiday Park and enjoy a breath of fresh air that also affords you easy access to the nation’s capital. A 20-minute drive away, the streets of Edinburgh seem like an entire world away.

See the best experiences on our round-up of things to do in Scotland. Here are some of our other favourite ideas: 

Places to visit in Scotland 

Best beaches in Scotland

21 – 22 April 2023: Scottish Grand National @ Ayr Racecourse, Ayr 

24 June 2023: Pride Edinburgh – route TBC 

4 – 28 August 2023: Edinburgh Fringe Festival @ several venues across Edinburgh