Welcome to Rosneath Castle Park in Rosneath, Gare Loch offering a choice of 4 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Rosneath Castle Park including Rosneath Castle Park photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Rosneath Castle Park online securely. Rosneath Castle Park is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Helensburgh or Dumbartonshire.
Rosneath Castle Park is a quiet and peaceful retreat with a beautiful lochside setting near Helensburgh in Argyll on Scotland’s West Coast. Offering some of the most spectacular scenery Scotland has to offer. Rosneath is a great base for discovering Loch Lomond, the Trossachs and the Highlands, and is just an hour’s drive from Glasgow. Trails from Rosneath lead through deer filled woods that overlook lochs and the Firth of Clyde. The local area is steeped in history, from Wallace’s Loup, where the Scottish Braveheart leapt from a cliff to escape the English army, to the cave and prison of 18th century hero Rob Roy. Local highlights include Inverary Castle and Gardens, the world’s only sea-going paddle steamer, whisky tours and restaurants serving wonderful seasonal food. After a day conquering the waters, exploring the surroundings or enjoying the local attractions, you’ll find a tasty meal and drinks served up in the popular bar and bistro, with live entertainment taking place on many evenings.
A quality collection of caravans set in the midst of three stunning Lochs.
All guests to Rosneath Castle Park have access to the following facilities and amenities:
Contemporary 12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Bar and bistro. Live entertainment. Children’s club. Games room. Indoor soft play area. Children’s outdoor play area. Sailing school. Sea fishing. Shop. Launderette. Children’s club – Mar 30-Apr 13 and Jun 29-Aug 13, weekends only outside these dates. Sailing school – Jul-Aug (weather dependant). All other facilities available for all dates.
12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Spacious wet room. Spacious lounge rea and separate dining area. Widened doorways. Garden furniture. Loch views. Suitable for parties including visitors with partial disabilities – please check when booking. No pets. Bar and bistro. Live entertainment. Children’s club. Games room. Indoor soft play area. Children’s outdoor play area. Sailing school. Sea fishing. Shop. Launderette. Children’s club – Mar 30-Apr 13 and Jun 29-Aug 13, weekends only outside these dates. Sailing school – Jul-Aug (weather dependant). All other facilities available for all dates.
Contemporary 12ft-wide caravan with one double and two twin. No pets. Bar and bistro. Live entertainment. Children’s club. Games room. Indoor soft play area. Children’s outdoor play area. Sailing school. Sea fishing. Shop. Launderette. Children’s club – Mar 30-Apr 13 and Jun 29-Aug 13, weekends only outside these dates. Sailing school – Jul-Aug (weather dependant). All other facilities available for all dates.
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Excellent location for all ages, but no swimming pools.Ideal base for daily excursions to other parts of West Scotland. The nearby village has an excellent stocked co-op shop.
Lovely park with friendly helpful staff. Food in the Castle Isle was amazing!
My Parents bought a caravan on this park over 20 years ago.. now I take my own kids!! Fantastically friendly place with traditional family values.. would recommend a holiday here for anyone wanting to relax and admire some of Scotland's most beautiful scenery
Located on the very quiet rosneath peninsula.Stunning views north towards the arrochar hills and beyond.Good onsite facilities such as restaurant/pub,kids clubs and play areas. Also numerous lovely dog/leisure walks.
Excellent holiday park in a superb location. Our caravan had fabulous views all the way up the Gare Loch to The Cobbler above Arrochar. Possibly more suited to adults as, other than play park, not a great deal to keep children entertained. Good shop and bar on the site and overall, a wonderful few days break !
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