Welcome to Crofthead Holiday Park in Ayr, Ayrshire offering a choice of 6 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Crofthead Holiday Park including Crofthead Holiday Park photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Crofthead Holiday Park online securely. Crofthead Holiday Park is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Ayr or Ayrshire.
Peacefully situated amidst beautiful Ayrshire countryside, yet just 2 miles from the fabulous amenities of bustling Ayr, this friendly and relaxing park offers a perfect base for exploring Scotland’s glorious south west. A launderette, play areas and nature walks are available on the park for all dates. A shop is also available (April-October).
Top of the range 12ft-wide caravans and luxurious lodges.
All guests to Crofthead Holiday Park have access to the following facilities and amenities:
Stylish contemporary lodge with one master double with ensuite shower and one twin. Family bathroom. Spacious kitchen/lounge/dining area. Doors opening out to decking with garden furniture and a luxury outdoor hot tub. No pets.
New in 2017. Stylish contemporary lodge with one king size double with ensuite shower and two twin. Family bathroom. Spacious lounge/kitchen/dining area. Doors opening out to decking with garden furniture and a luxury outdoor hot tub. No pets.
New in 2017. Stylish contemporary lodge with two king size double, one with ensuite shower and two twin. Family bathroom. Spacious lounge/kitchen/dining area. Doors opening out to decking with garden furniture and a luxury outdoor hot tub. No pets.
Caravan with one double and two twin. Additional WC.
Caravan with one double and one twin. Additional WC.
Outstanding and spacious caravan with one double and one twin.
Looking for reviews of Crofthead Holiday Park? The following Crofthead Holiday Park reviews are sourced from Google reviews.
Lovely Park. Great walks. Pet friendly. Site.is kept spotless. Improvements are underway at the moment. looking forward to seeing finished product. Staff all very helpful.
Loved our stay in the lodge with hot tub absolutely stunningl lodges we have a caravan on site but hired a lodge for my daughter's birthday didn't want to leave. Thank you to the team at Crofthead Holiday park yous do an amazing job.
A nice quiet residential site. If your looking for a Blackpool type themepark this is not for you. A step up in the quality of vans and lodges from most parks. A general store and laundry on site, no bars, no seagulls, just peace and quiet.
Great veiws smashing place for a small break there lodges are just brilliant
Stayed here with touring caravan, the facilities were adequate but the areas around the pitches desperately needed to be tidied up, lots of trash left from previous caravaners. Static area was clean tidy and well presented.
If you're planning a day out during your stay at Crofthead Holiday Park then why not visit some of these local points of interest and recommended activities all within easy reach of Crofthead Holiday Park. You can use the tools below to search for other ideas for days out within the local area. Use our handy search facility below to find shops, supermarkets, cinemas and many more attractions near Crofthead Holiday Park.
Elliots has a unique blend of cosmopolitan style and laid-back coastal charm. With a restaurant, terrace and Elliots Bar, there is something for everyone.
Location: Prestwick More Details »
With a reputation as one of Scotlandâs finest restaurants, Enterkine will provide an exceptional culinary experience. The food is creative and offers a taste of Scotland at its best, whether it is breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Location: Annbank More Details »
Situated at Troon Yacht Haven, Scotts is a stunning bar and restaurant which looks out towards the picturesque Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig. Scotts offers breakfast, lunch and dinner in a luxurious, comfortable interior that complements the panoramic view.
Location: Troon More Details »
This is a friendly log cabin style coffee shop situated in open countryside. Most of the food is home made and they specialise in ice cream, which is made on their dairy farm. Also on the menu is a delicious range of savoury food.
Location: Mauchline More Details »
This inn is a favourite with families and tourists and is friendly and informal with a tranquil atmosphere. House specialties include locally reared sirloin steaks.
Location: Burnton More Details »
Popular with locals and seafood enthusiasts, Fin's specialties include lobster, oysters, scallops, home-smoked salmon and homely puddings. Housed in a converted barn with a conservatory extension, it's lively, friendly and informal.
Location: Fairlie More Details »
Home to the Earls of Glasgow, Kelburn is a fun day out for the whole family with a working pottery, falconry, assault course and a secret forest.
Location: Ayrshire More Details »
There are almost 50 different types of animal, each with its own particular charm. Meet them, touch them, feed them. And you could play all day at the Farm Park, it's packed with fantastic activities.
Location: Alloway by Ayr More Details »
There's so much to see and do â from rollercoasters and jammy dodgems, to pirate swing boats and log flumes, not to mention some unusual and friendly animals up on 'McDougals' Rare Breeds Farm as well as exciting Birds of Prey demonstrations.
Location: Ayrshire More Details »
See some of the best views in Ayrshire from this magnificent castle. After a ten year restoration project it has to be one of the best attractions in the area.
Location: Dundonald More Details »
Relive the Viking experience in the stories told by the enthralling actors at Vikingar. Let them take you through over 500 years of turbulent history and piece together the culture, traditions and lives of this extraordinary group of settlers who changed the course of British history for ever.
Location: Largs More Details »
Visit an ancient fort which signifies a clear example of Iron Age inhabitation. It has a dominant site on the island of Bute that is well worth a look.
Location: Kingarth More Details »
Managed by Forestry Commission Scotland offers spectacular views and a diversity of dramatic scenery. In Britain's largest forest park one can see the beauty and diversity of the rich flora and fauna at any time of the year including, woodland birds and birds of prey, mammals, insects and wild flowers such as bluebells and snowdrops in spring.
Location: Galloway More Details »
Energetic paintballing fun in over 50 acres of mixed woodland situated just 20 minutes south of Glasgow. The games are mission based and get progressively harder. These include the taking back of a VC village, landing with your comrades on D Day, protecting your VIP at Checkpoint Charlie and securing a crash sight in Blackhawk Down.
Location: Fenwick More Details »
This 106 acre site in unspoilt countryside is ideal for groups or families. A variety of outdoor activities are available and can be tailored to suit your needs. Do a spot of fishing, archery or falconry. Or try quad biking for the day.
Location: Waterside More Details »
Learn to fly on the beautiful Isle of Arran, 'Scotland in miniature'. Flying Fever Paragliding School has operated for over ten years, teaching on Arran during the summer months. There are 30 + flying sites taking all wind directions, and suitable for beginners and experts alike.
Location: Strathwillan More Details »
Based at Prestwick Airport, Mountain and Glen offers a range of carefully created adventures enabling anyone and everyone to experience the outdoors in a safe but challenging environment.
Location: Dalry More Details »
Choose from a wide range of treks and activities to suit a variety of ages and abilities. Have fun in the Mini Highland Games or try your hand at giant jenga!
Location: Shiskine More Details »
Enjoy a day with a difference â Craft Daft have over 30 different crafts on a 'Have a go' basis. If they find a new craft and it's feasible to offer it in the studios, then they do.
Location: Ayr More Details »