Set between Royal Troon & Old Prestwick Golf Courses, birth place of The OPEN. A short walk to two blonde sandy beaches.
Lively on site pub, with entertainment, also serves food and a great Sunday roast.
Close to shops, bars and restaurants.
A family run, friendly Holiday Park specializing in owner occupied Holiday Homes & grass touring pitches. Touring pitches for touring caravans and motor homes, have mains water, electrics & drainage, £30 per night.
Self catering accommodation in St. Andrew's House, KA9 1UH at £480 for 4 nights or £780 for a week to hire an apartment. There are two apartments. One has two doubles and a twin (sleeps6), the other has a large double and a twin (sleeps4). The accommodation is pet free and non smoking.
Excellent dog 'walkies', bring your K9 to KA9 1UH. The beach has breath taking views over The Firth of Clyde and Goatfell on The Isle of Arran.
A great outdoor holiday. Incredible sunsets & starry nights.
On the Cycle Route 7 and Coastal Walking Path 7. Great location for golf parties, cycling, fishing, Kite surfing, sea Kayaking, body boarding, sailing, walking, Island hoping & castle hunting.
Close to three OPEN Championship Golf Courses, Royal Troon, Turnberry, Dundonald, next to Old Prestwick where the OPEN was 'born'. The park is a perfect location to relax and enjoy outdoor holiday persuits:- fishing, body boarding, sea kayaking, kite surfing, wind surfing, sailing, walking (Route 7) cycling (Route 7) & Bowling. A great base to explore the Islands of BUTE, ARRAN and CUMBREA :- Visit Machrie Moor's Neolithic standing stones, The King's Cave, Brodick Castle & Goatfell Mountain, or Whisky distillery on isle of Arran. Cycle round the Isle of Cumbrae. Visit local houses and castles:- Mount Stuart & Rothesay Castle on the Isle of Bute, Culzean Castle & Country Park, Dundonald Castle, Dean Castle, Eglington Castle & Country Park, Dumfries House, Burn's Cottage, old Alloway Kirk & Brig O'Doon, Crossraguel Abbey, Whisky Experience at Kirkoswald, Dark Skies Observatory.
By Car 40 minutes, south of Glasgow on the A77, follow signs for Prestwick Airport International Airport, we are opposite the Main Terminal building, down towards the beach. Trains from Prestwick Airport station depart every half hour, between the town of AYR and the City of GLASGOW (Central Station). On the Cycle route 7- AYR to IRVINE. On Ayrshire Coastal Walking Route 7 Glennapp to Adrossan.
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