Holiday Parks & Lodges in Ayrshire

Nestled on Scotland's southwestern coast, Ayrshire beckons with its captivating blend of picturesque landscapes, natural beauty, rich history and warm hospitality. This delightful region offers a myriad of reasons to visit, from stunning coastlines and ancient castles to legendary golf courses and inviting whisky distilleries. Explore the Ayrshire coast, dotted with pristine sandy beaches and dramatic cliffs. Enjoy leisurely walks along the shore, soak up the panoramic views and breathe in the invigorating sea air in seaside resorts like Ayr, Troon and Prestwick. Don't miss the panoramic views of the beautiful Ayrshire countryside from Dundonald Castle, or the stunning vistas over the Firth of Clyde from the iconic Culzean Castle, perched majestically on the cliffs. Our lodges and holiday parks in Ayrshire tick all the right boxes, from coastal to countryside, luxury to budget-friendly, and everything in-between. Book a stylish contemporary lodge for a short break with friends, a spacious holiday park with fabulous amenities for the whole family, or a dog-friendly lodge so you can bring your four-legged friend along for the fun too! Many of our lodges in Ayrshire come with a private hot tub, adding that extra something special to your Scottish getaway. Read on for some ideas on how to relax and unwind or explore and entertain on your next trip to Ayrshire.

Sunset view of Dunure Castle in Ayrshire, Scotland

Dog friendly lodges in Ayrshire

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Holiday parks with hot tubs in Ayrshire

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Dog friendly holiday parks in Ayrshire

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Things to do in Ayrshire on a Scottish getaway

Visit Ayrshire's best-loved historic sites on a short break or weekend getaway...
Always a popular destination for tourists, Culzean Castle is a glorious 18th-century building that enjoys a stunning, clifftop view out onto the Firth of Clyde. Once the home of David Kennedy, the 10th Earl of Cassillis, the castle is filled with resplendent rooms and treasures, including flintlock pistols and military swords, that carry the history of its many previous residents. After you've marvelled at the interiors, roam the surrounding country park estate that leads out onto the sandy beaches of the coastline. Take in the formal gardens, complete with a swan pond, before letting your kids run wild in the Adventure Cove play area nearby. Other ancient castles in Ayrshire include the medieval Dundonald Castle, which has panoramic countryside views from its hilltop location, and Dean Castle and Country Park, which has historical collections to explore inside its medieval walls and a range of relaxing woodland walks within the grounds.

Explore world-renowned fairways on a golf trip in Ayrshire...
Golf enthusiasts will be delighted by Ayrshire's world-class golf courses, including the famous Royal Troon and the resort of Trump Turnberry, which have hosted prestigious championships and attract golfers from all over the world. Other notable courses include Dundonald Links, Western Gailes and Prestwick St. Nicholas. Tee off amidst breathtaking coastal vistas and challenge your skills on these legendary fairways. Many of our holiday parks and lodges in Ayrshire are located close to these magnificent courses, and some even offer golf on site. Check out our golf breaks for more inspiration.

Discover Scottish heritage with a holiday in Dumfries or Ayr...
This region is synonymous with two of the most famous Scots. One of Scotland's most famous monarchs, Robert the Bruce, has strong ties to Dumfries, and the tale of his exploits can be heard everywhere from the local museum to a pub named in his honour! Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the town is the magnificent architecture, best seen in Greyfriars Church and the bridge built by Devorguilla of Galloway in the 12th century. No visit to this region of Scotland is complete without visiting the home of the national poet, Robert Burns. Delve into his life and works with a holiday in Ayr, a coastal town in South Ayrshire. In the village of Alloway, just south of Ayr, you can visit Burns's Birthplace Museum, which includes the famous Burns Cottage, Burns Monument and Memorial Gardens.

Isle of Arran in Ayrshire, Scotland