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Muasdale Holiday Park
Argyll   (Browse area)
PA29 6XD   See Map
Tel: 07473 869983
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Pitches: 8
Open: 25th March To 28th October

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 58 Reviews
                9/10 from 58 Reviews

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Who's it for
 Adults Only   Club Members Only   Rallies Welcome   Naturist Site 
 Dogs Welcome   No Dogs Allowed   Groups Welcome   Motorbikers Welcome 
 Toilet Facilities   Hot Showers   Washing Up   Bathroom 
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 No Shop   Bar <5 miles   Restaurant <5 miles   Wifi Access 
 Kids Playground   TV Room   Games Room   Evening Entertainment 
 Fishing On Site   Wild Swimming   Indoor Pool   Outdoor Pool 
 Horse Riding <5 miles   Cycle Hire <10 miles   Golf   Tennis 
 Beach On Site   Watersports   Boat Launch / Mooring 
Other Features
 Sea Views   Working Farm   Campfires Allowed   Open All Year 
 Seaside Location   Dog Walk   Public Transport On Site 

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Date of Visit: June 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Tci872 14 reviews from this member

Just returned from a weeks stay at Muasdale. Adrian and Alison (owners) were very friendly and we were shown our seaside pitch. Only about 10 pitches are directly next to the sea.

The toilet block is small and basic but spotlessly clean and a lot of effort has been put into recycling etc and the adjacent road was no problem for us.

We took a lot of provisions with us however the local shop just a few minutes walk away was a treasure trove of bits and pieces inc fresh and frozen meat, milk eggs etc etc and beer.

The weather was excellent all week and this just added to our enjoyment of this peaceful site although a few midges did appear.

This is a great site for touring the area including the islands which are so easy to reach by ferry and very reasonable costs.

There are a couple of hotels about 4 miles south which serve food and drinks, we ate at the Argyll Hotel which was excellent.

The site does what it says on the label, peaceful with great views.

Date of Visit: June 2008 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Bphil 1 review from this member

We have only just returned from this lovely site, and I wish we were still there! It is in the most perfect location, if you`re in a tourer or tent it`s not possible to be any nearer to the beach and sea.

The position of this site was the main attraction for us as each touring pitch faces the sea and the isle of Islay. During our stay we encountered the most stunning sun sets every evening.

It was a Jem Just watching the seals & various seabirds that vist the area.

Lovey Beach but spoilt by Dogs XXXX On beach.

Very tiring drive to the site from our home as it was along Journey, But well worth it on arrival.

The village shop was very good has all the essentials but only accepts cash.

Toilet block very basic but kept spick & span only critisim was having to wash the insets out of the shower tray before showering, but thats camping for you.

Very peaceful & relaxing best stress busting site we have been on in 20 years of caravanning.

Best small caravan site ever. Well done Adrian & Alison Clements site owners.

Date of Visit: May 2008 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Lynn + Davie 4 reviews from this member

What can I say - well lots really.

We chose the site specifically because of it's remote location to provide a quiet, peaceful holiday and we were not disappointed. The journey there was full of wonderful scenery which was surpassed on arrival with the spectacular views on offer from the site to the isles of Cara, Gigha, Islay and Jura and we even had a glimpse of Ireland.

Yes, The toilet block is slightly dated but the facilities were more than adequate for our needs and spotlessly clean with plenty of hot water and security codes to access. We have experienced much worse facilities in newer toilet blocks on bigger sites Alison ensures the toilets are cleaned on a daily basis.

Play area - there is a games room accross the road (which we didn't find too busy or noisy) and the kids had a couple of games of table tennis but spent most of their time in natures playground on the beautiful beach 10ft from our pitch which was child friendly and clean with a safe bathing and boating area and we also launched our small inflatable boat and motored out to the reef to visit the seals who didn't seem to mind our inquisitiveness.

We had a couple of campfires on the beach and the boys both aged 11 totally enjoyed themselves crab fishing and snorkelling.

There is a small, well stocked shop in the village and Ian (the owner) is very friendly and informative. Otherwise Campbelltown is 15 miles away for shopping. We ate out at the Argyll Hotel with views from the conservatory making it extra special.

The sites proprietors Alison and Adrian were very friendly and informative and couldn't have done more to make our visit special. They even helped us to erect our awning on our windy first night. They kept us abreast of all the wildlife activities including visits by the dolphins and whales and educated the boys on the surrounding birdlife. They even found time to sit down and have a friendly chat and cup of coffee. They are proud of their little site and rightly so.

The villagers themselves stopped to have a chat when passing and we were welcomed by all. We had our dog Millie with us and she roamed the beach happily - as long as we were responsible for her Alison and Adrian didn't seem to mind.

We visited Gigha and the islanders welcomed us - even asking if we would consider moving there! On Gigha we visited Achamore Gardens which were stunning as is all the scenery around the site, we had a lovely lunch in the Boathouse on Gigha.

Now I leave the best to last - the sunsets! We were treated to a different one every night and can't think of anywhere in the world where we have seen better.

Muasdale was our little bit of paradise and I shouldn't really have told you all this because I wanted to keep it my secret! Enjoy.

Date of Visit: September 2007 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: Ptiernan 5 reviews from this member

What a great place to get away from it all. The views from the site are fantastic, right next to the ocean looking out over to Isla. I enjoyed photographing the seals sitting on the rocks just off the bay.

The beach is excellent, and the sea crystal clear - plenty of 'frisbee' space. And the table-tennis inside was good for the summer weather we had this year.

Shower block/toilets kept immaculately clean, unusual for a beach front campsite, and shop (less than 5 mins walk along beach) has most supplies, including gas.

Friendly campsite owners always readily available, with plenty of information on local activities. Springbank Distillery in Campeltown is worth a visit, as is the swimimng pool when the weather isn't so great.

Will definitely be returning next year - to walk some more of the Kintyre way.

Date of Visit: September 2007 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Eggy12 1 review from this member

If you want to relax and escape for a while you wont find a better site.All there is is the beach and the stunning sunsets.Our caravan was ten feet from the beach with nothing between.If you need entertaining and amusements this is probably not the site for you.

The local shop is a couple of minutes walk and has every thing although you need to take cash as no plastic.The shop keeper likes the rustle of money(he told me).There are two supermarkets and all other facilities in campbelltown which is a lovely drive down the coast rd(the only rd).

The shower blocks are basic but functional and they are being upgraded this winter.

We will definitly be going back. Gerry and tania.

Date of Visit: July 2007 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Jerry+Tina 10 reviews from this member

We were really looking forward to this visit, sadly it didn't live up to expectations. The touring field is much smaller than the web pics make it look. In my opinion this field should accommodate no more than 7 units and not 10. Pitch siting has to be just right according to the owners directions, a motor-home being asked to move 14 cms, so the 28 foot pitch markers are really irrelevant. We ended up with neighbours sited less than 6 feet from our unit. The toilet blocks although warm and adequate are showing signs of age, broken window in ladies boarded over for at least 3 years now apparently. Hair down the plug holes in both the ladies and the gents showers, no hand towels/dryer to dry hands in main area. The chemical waste is rather a challenge too, a toilet bowl on a raised concrete block, which could prove quite difficult for the elderly. The touring field was also used as a tennis/football play area by the occupants of the site static caravans across the road which was quite annoying.The village shop is well stocked and opens early, a short walk away. The beach is lovely and clean as would be expected in this area. Local hotels and pubs provide good fayre. Campbeltown has 2 supermarkets, Tesco and the Co-op.

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