Welcome to Brunston Holiday Park in Girvan, Ayrshire offering a choice of 5 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Brunston Holiday Park including Brunston Holiday Park photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Brunston Holiday Park online securely. Brunston Holiday Park is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Girvan or Ayrshire.
You can just relax in the open surroundings, or venture out and explore the sandy coastline and numerous scenic and historic delights of southwest Scotland. Together with offering a superb leisure complex, including an indoor pool, sauna and gym, Brunston Castle is superbly placed for you to take advantage of the miles of cliff-top walks along this rugged stretch of coast, or to enjoy the Galloway Forest Park and Culzean Castle. Slightly further afield lie the numerous treasures of Burns Country and the breathtaking scenery of the Highlands. Nestling in a picturesque valley, these country lodges boast a wonderful setting amid 25 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and offer an unspoilt rural idyll. Surrounded by the glorious Ayrshire countryside, Brunston is perfectly situated for enjoying the best of both worlds. Indoor heated pool. Sauna. Gym. Wi-Fi access. Coffee bar. Games room. DVD hire. Children’s adventure playground. 9 hole putting green. Launderette. Leisure facilities not available Dec 25 and Jan 1’ 19. All other facilities available for all dates.
A selection of two and three bedroom lodges each with their own verandah, set in 25 acres of landscaped grounds.
All guests to Brunston Holiday Park have access to the following facilities and amenities:
Modern and stylish lodge with one double and one twin. Spacious open plan living area with fully equipped kitchen. Family bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Patio doors from the living area leading to your own verandah with garden furniture.
Two storey spacious luxury lodge. Ground floor: One double with ensuite bath or shower. First floor: One master double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower or bath. Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area. Open plan lounge area with patio doors leading onto verandah.
Modern and stylish lodge with one double and one twin. Spacious open plan living area with fully equipped kitchen. Family bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Patio doors from the living area leading to your own verandah with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub.
Stunning two storey luxury lodge. Entrance to first floor: One king size double with ensuite shower and one double. Bath with overhead shower. A bright and airy open plan living, kitchen and dining area with verandah complete with luxurious outdoor hot tub with amazing views of the park. Ground floor: Two twin. Shower room.
Spacious luxury lodge with one master double with ensuite bathroom and adjacent to this is either a further double and one twin or two twin – please check when booking. Spacious open plan living area with widescreen TV and fully equipped kitchen. Large patio doors from the living area leading to verandah with garden furniture.
If you're planning a day out during your stay at Brunston Holiday Park then why not visit some of these local points of interest and recommended activities all within easy reach of Brunston 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 Brunston Holiday Park.
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 »
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 »
The Smithy specialises in home cooked food using fresh local produce. Their home baking includes a variety of homemade cakes, tray bakes with fruit, plain and cheese scones made fresh daily, as well as homemade soups with a difference.
Location: Dumfries and Galloway More Details »
A beautiful park, in the heart of Galloway Forest. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around this beautiful area or simply sit with a good book and a picnic soaking up the stunning scenery. Alternatively spend some time at the excellent visitor centre and pop in for a warm beverage in the tea room.
Location: Wigtownshire 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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
You can enjoy a great family activity day at GSC, a multi-activity outdoor centre located in south-west Scotland on the beautiful shores of Loch Ken. Activities might include sailing, windsurfing, power boating, kayaking, canoeing, archery, quad biking, mountain biking and climbing.
Location: Parton 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 »