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Own your perfect Scottish holiday home from £12,995*! in Scotland

Ever dreamed of your own holiday home? With summer just around the corner there’s never been a better time to join the world of ownership at six stunning parks across Scotland.

Discover our fantastic range of caravans from the Solway Coast to the Highlands, at parks including Southerness, Sundrum Castle, Wemyss Bay, Tummel Valley, Nairn Lochloy and Grannie’s Heilan’ Hame.

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Our Holiday Parks in Scotland

Take a day trip to Dornoch and enjoy the sights

Grannie's Heilan' Hame

A designated National Scenic Area with stunning Blue Flag beaches and championship golf…

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Close by Nairn Marina and it's fleet of boats

Nairn Lochloy

The perfect place to unwind, Nairn is situated between a beautiful marina and…

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Treat the family to a delicious meal at Coast Bar & Kitchen

Southerness

When on holiday is there anything better than walking directly from your holiday…

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Take a leisurely walk through the leafy park setting

Sundrum Castle

There's always something to do here at Sundrum Castle, situated on the beautiful…

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Make a night of it in the Riverside Entertainment Complex

Tummel Valley

Clean fresh air, nature trails, the sound of pure running water and birdsong.…

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The park offer superb views across the Firth of Clyde

Wemyss Bay

The world is your oyster at Wemyss Bay; based on the coast of…

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Places you'll love visiting time and time again...

Our six award-winning parks in Scotland cater for everyone's tastes, boasting the best of the south west, the north east and the incredible Highlands.

Grannie's Heilan' Hame Nairn Lochloy Tummel Valley Wemyss Bay Sundrum Castle Southerness Dornoch Inverness Aberdeen Pitlochry Perth Glasgow Edinburgh Ayr Dunfries Carlisle Newcastle The Glenmorangie Distillery Queens View Burns Cottage and Museum
Burns Cottage and Museum

The only place to find out more about Scotland's only son and his amaz…

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The Glenmorangie Distille

Scotland's best selling malt whisky distillery since 1843 offers inter…

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Queen's View

A stunning panorama of lake and mountain scenery, so called after Quee…

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John O'Groats

The UK's furthest point in Scotland from Land's End in England. With s…

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Towns and Cities

  1. Inverness

    As the capital of the Highlands, there is so much to do at Inverness. Either soak up the culture of the wonderful castle and cathedral or visit some of the many shops, bars and restaurants the city has to offer.

  2. Royal Burgh of Scotland

    A small historic market town on the edge of the Dornoch Firth with some fantastic sights to see and places to visit. It's also a Designated National Scenic Area in the Highlands of Scotland - so many great reasons to visit!

  3. Glasgow

    Known as one of the liveliest and most cosmopolitan cities in Europe, Glasgow offers outstanding Victorian architecture, fantastic art galleries and the best shopping in the United Kingdom outside London.

  4. Dumfries

    Often called 'the Queen of the South' this historic market town is best known for its connection to the famous poet Robert Burns. And with a museum dedicated to his life and works, here is the best way to learn more about the famous figure.

  5. Pitlochry

    A charming Victorian town in the middle of the Perthshire Highlands. Enjoy the town's many shops, bars and restaurants and find out about its famous 'Salmon Ladder'.

Attractions

  1. Burns Cottage and Museum

    The only place to find out more about Scotland's only son and his amazing life and works whilst taking a tour of the gardens and monument created in his honour.

  2. The Glenmorangie Distillery

    Scotland's best selling malt whisky distillery since 1843 offers interesting facts about the unusual distillation process in place and a chance to see whisky being made.

  3. Queen's View

    A stunning panorama of lake and mountain scenery, so called after Queen Victoria's fondness for the spot.

  4. John O'Groats

    The UK's furthest point in Scotland from Land's End in England. With shops, a ferry, tours, walks and exhibitions all set in magnificent Scottish scenery.

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