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About Whitecairn Holiday Park
Whitecairn Holiday Park overlooks the turquoise waters of the Luce Bay. If you look more keenly, you will see as far as the Mull of Galloway and the ever beautiful Isle of Wight. It sits next to the postcard-perfect village of Glenluce. And yes, you can actually walk to the sandy beaches.
There’s no better holiday spot in Scotland. This may sound like any other description of a hot tub hideaway, but Whitecairn is special. Its beauty easily compares with the biblical Garden of Eden. You will never lack for something interesting to see and do here. For example you can be playing golf one minute and the next you are hurtling downhill and full speed on your newly hired bike. Such is the holiday experience you will get there
The lodges at the park are equipped to impress. You will not only get to soak in an outdoor private hot tub but also try your hand at cooking in the fully equipped kitchens. If you are not into cooking, then perhaps you will enjoy your favourite sport as you drink your beer on the state-of-the-art TV set in the living room.
What To Expect
- Outdoor hot tubs
- Indoor heated pool
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Cistercian Abbey of Glenluce
- Golf course
- Bikes for hire
- Magnificent gardens
- The market town of Stanraer
- Pilgrims Way
Whitecairn Holiday Park Facilities:
You will find 5 hot tub lodges at the Whitecairn Holiday Park. These are Argyll Lodge (3 bedrooms), Highland Lodge (2 bedrooms), Highland Lodge (3 bedrooms), Versatile Lodge (3 bedrooms), and Leisure Lodge (3 bedrooms). Note that all the lodges feature amenities such as hot tub, fully-fitted kitchen, ensuite bathroom, and a 42-inch wall mounted TV.
Most guest that find their way into Whitecairn Holiday Park prefer making their own meals. However, if you are not up to spending your evenings and mornings preparing meals, there are several eateries in the surrounding area. Ask customer care for recommendation depending on what you want to eat and the occasion.
Things to Do and See
Popular holiday activities – Like all rural destinations, you will get a chance to walk and cycle in secluded trails running through the woods and the scenic coastline. Other popular holiday activities here include golfing, fishing, picnicking in beautiful gardens, sailing and many more.
Exploring sandy beaches and coves – This is especially popular with kids. The trick to keep them engaged is to make it fun. You can for example ask them to bring you every shiny rock they find and the one with the most stones is going to get some ice-cream.
Stanraer – This is a nearby market town that welcomes the distraction of visitors. Here, you can mingle with the locals and shop for your groceries
Cistercian Abbey of Glenluce – This is a monastery that was founded in 1190 by the Lord of Galloway. It has fallen into disuse although it is one of the landmarks of Glenluce, and an important heritage and tourist attraction.
Pilgrims’ Way – Sometimes referred as the Cradle of Christianity, the Pilgrims Way was an important road that was used by St. Ninian, Scotland’s foremost saint.