Crofthead Holiday Park has an ideal location. Just 2 miles from the town of Ayr and its stunning seafront, there is rolling countryside all around giving the place a sense of tranquillity.
Glasgow is a 45-minute drive away for museums, art galleries and a bustling shopping street.
There is a feeling of space at Crofthead. Each lodge has a deck area with outdoor furniture where you can enjoy quiet time al fresco. The luxury accommodation comes with a bubbling hot tub which is perfect for family time at the end of the day.
Treat yourself to a little luxury and book a lodge that has its own hot tub.
Sink into the steaming water and share the moment with loved ones. Indoors, each holiday home is stylishly decorated. The open plan space is perfect for sharing family time together.
Crofthead Holiday Park boasts modern lodges with 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms. The luxury lodges come with a hot tub out on the deck, an open-plan living area and fully fitted kitchen.
There is plenty of open space at the park, room to walk and run around with the kids.
Dogs are not allowed to stay in these holiday lodges. To take the family pooch away with you, please take a browse through our dog-friendly accommodation in Ayr.
In this section we take a look at the lodges and what the surrounding area has to offer.
This 2-bedroom lodge has a secluded hot tub outside next to a set of garden furniture. The double bedroom has an en-suite shower room, and the 2nd bedroom is a twin. The modern living area is open plan and stylishly decorated with a fully fitted kitchen and dining space. Double doors lead out to the raised deck.
This lodge has 3 bedrooms and has room for 6 people. The light and airy living area is open plan and has double doors that open onto the outside deck furnished with a hot tub and garden table and chairs. The bedrooms include a king-size room with en-suite shower room and 2 additional twin bedrooms. The kitchen is equipped with full oven, microwave and fridge.
With 4 bedrooms that sleep 8 people, this lodge has 2 king-size bedrooms - one with an en-suite - and 2 twin rooms. The modern living area has double doors that lead out to the deck where there is a hot tub and garden furniture. The full kitchen and dining space is equipped with a full oven, microwave and fridge.
Overall rating - 92%
Location & surroundings - 90%
Helpfulness of staff - 90%
Value for money - 94%
Milton of Campsie, near Kirkintilloch
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Musselburgh, East Lothian
Perfectly positioned just 10 miles outside of Edinburgh, enjoy all south scotland has to offer and with brilliant views over the Firth of Forth.View property
Surrounded by the fantastic South Ayrshire countryside, enjoy a selection of pubs, shops and golf courses, or even head into Glasgow or Edinburgh by train.View property
Ayrshire in south-west Scotland offers visitors a wide choice of things to do. The town of Ayr has a lovely seafront, a harbour, a range of shops and lovely places to eat. For something a little livelier, Glasgow can be reached in around 45 minutes.
The Heads Of Ayr Farm Park is a big hit with youngsters. More than 50 different animals can be seen at the park including meerkats, limas, camels and goats. With indoor and outdoor activities on offer, you can have a great time no matter what the weather brings.
Dunure is a delightful fishing village that’s a little hidden gem, there are also castle ruins to tour if you want to step back in time. Cuzean Castle is an 18th century house with splendid gardens, caves and a section of beach that is lovely to explore.
The whole area is perfect for walkers with hills and moorland that is ideal for long hikes in the fresh air. The Ayrshire Coastal Path is 100 miles long and you can take in part of it as it goes past the nearby coves and cliffs.
You can have the best of both worlds at Crofthead. Surrounded by open countryside, you could be in the middle of nowhere, but Ayr with a choice of restaurants and shops is only 2 miles distant.
Go for long walks with friends and family along the Ayrshire Coastal Path or pop into Glasgow for a tour of the museums and historical buildings. If you want a quiet few days chilling then simply stay at the lodge, settle back in the hot tub and enjoy a book and a glass of wine.
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