Welcome to Wemyss Bay in Wemyss Bay, Renfrewshire offering a choice of 18 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Wemyss Bay including Wemyss Bay photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Wemyss Bay online securely. Wemyss Bay is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Wemyss Bay or Renfrewshire.
Just 40 minutes’ drive from Glasgow and nestled on the wooded slopes of a small coastal village, this park enjoys spectacular sea views across the Firth of Clyde towards the magnificent Isle of Bute. It’s the perfect base for exploring the South West of Scotland and the nearby isles of Bute and Arran, as well as an ideal retreat for a relaxing break in this picturesque part of Scotland. With a friendly atmosphere, fun activities and loads of daytime and evening entertainment, it’s no surprise that people return to Wemyss Bay year after year. Indoor heated pool, toddlers’ paddling area and sauna. The Clyde Entertainment Lounge & Bar. Star Tots – 4s and under. Star Landers – 5-10s. Unleashed – 10-15s. Livingstone’s Bar & Grill. Café@Wemyss with Costa Coffee® and outdoor patio. Takeaway. Wi-Fi access (in designated areas). Amusements. Adventure play area. Outdoor play area. Climbing wall. Sports activity programme. Nature trail. Nearby ferry to Isle of Bute. Convenience store. Launderette. There may be entertainment variants, an entertainment guide will be available on park. All other facilities available Mar 15-Nov 8 and Dec 23’19-Jan 2’20. Early Bird – save up to £150 per week for 2019 holidays booked by 3rd February 2019 or up to £120 per week for 2019 holidays booked by 3rd March 2019.
A choice of two and three bedroom caravans or lodges.
All guests to Wemyss Bay have access to the following facilities and amenities:
12ft-wide caravan with one double and two twin. DVD and soundbar. Fridge/freezer. Double glazed and centrally heated.
12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Shower. DVD and soundbar. Fridge/freezer. Double glazed and centrally heated. No pets.
New in 2016 and 2017. 12ft-wide caravan with two twin. Shower. Soundbar. Fridge/freezer. Double glazed and centrally heated. Suitable for parties including visitors with partial disabilities – please check when booking. No pets.
12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Shower. DVD and soundbar. Fridge/freezer. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah. No pets.
Superb lodge with one double with ensuite shower and two twin. Shower. DVD. Dishwasher and washer/dryer. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah area with outdoor furniture. No pets.
Lodge with one double with TV and ensuite shower and two twin. DVD. Dishwasher. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah with outdoor furniture.
New in 2018. Modern caravan with one double and one twin. Double glazed and centrally heated. No pets.
Spacious lodge with two double, one with ensuite shower and two twin. Well equipped kitchen/lounge area. DVD. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah. No pets.
Caravan with one double and one twin. CD. Heating in bedrooms.
Superb lodge with one double, one twin and one with bunks. Shower. DVD. Dishwasher and washer/dryer. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah. No pets.
Caravan with one double and one twin. Heating in bedrooms.
Caravan with one double and two twin. Heating in bedrooms.
12ft-wide caravan with one double and two twin. DVD/CD. Double glazed and centrally heated.
Superb lodge with one double and one twin. Shower. DVD. Dishwasher. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah area with outdoor furniture. No pets.
Comfortable caravan with central lounge. One double with ensuite shower and two twin. DVD/CD. Washer/dryer. Double glazed and centrally heated. Verandah with outdoor furniture.
Caravan with one double and two twin. DVD. Heating in bedrooms. No pets.
12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. DVD/CD. Double glazed and centrally heated.
Caravan with one double and one twin. Shower. DVD/CD. Fridge/freezer. Double glazed and centrally heated. No pets.
If you're planning a day out during your stay at Wemyss Bay then why not visit some of these local points of interest and recommended activities all within easy reach of Wemyss Bay. 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 Wemyss Bay.
A lofty range of mountains to the north of Glen Croe includes Ben Ime, the highest peak at 3,318ft. There are three other 'Munroes' (mountains over 3,000ft), but the best known peak, because of its curious rock formation summit, is 'The Cobbler' (Ben Arthur).
Argyll Forest Park welcomes visitors all year round and offers forest walks, mountain paths, spectacular views, car parks and picnic areas, cycle trails, horse riding and fishing.
Location: Ardgartan 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 »
Situated on Lachlan Bay, Inver Cottage serves coffees, light lunches and evening meals. Interestingly, it also has an arts and crafts shop full of artwork produced by local skilled artists and craftsmen.
Location: Strachur 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 »
The Oyster Bay is committed to producing and sourcing good food using sustainable methods. Enjoy a menu of traditional hearty dishes whilst taking in the breathtaking views.
Location: Cairndow 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 »
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 »
The enchanting garden at Benmore lies in the magnificent mountainside setting of the Eachaig Valley. Among its many delights, a steep area of hillside has been developed to create plantings to represent the different flora of Bhutan, Chile, Japan and Tasm
Location: Argyll More Details »
Ardkinglas Woodland Garden is set on a hillside overlooking Loch Fyne and contains one of the finest collections of conifers in the British Isles. Although a garden for all seasons, its most spectacular time is spring and early summer.
Location: Cairndow More Details »
Enjoy cafes, Loch cruises, antique & art centre, picnic areas or the popular sea life centre. If you love shopping, there are various events held throughout the year. Shops open from 10am through to 6pm daily
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 »
David Marshall Centre offers ranger-led events, which occur throughout the year and include guided walks and talks and seasonal activities for families and visitors.
Location: Aberfoyle More Details »
If you fancy a change then why not take a stroll along to the Courtyard CafÃ©, on the way towards Fintry where you can sample some of the award winning ice cream or order a delicious Soup & Sandwich
The UKâs number 1 forest adventure! A fantastic day out, including itâs zip wire heaven. Advance bookings only, suitable for 10 years and over!
Historic building set in the gardens opposite the Pier, now a museum of local history. Exhibits, models and photographs tell the story from the Neolithic to the present day. There's a fine display of Clyde steamer models, and fully furnished Victorian parlour, kitchen, nursery and study.
Location: Dunoon 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 »
A favourite residence of the Stuart Kings, this is a wonderful example of a 13th century circular castle â its curtain wall is unique in Scotland. In the 16th century forework containing the great hall was added. (Some wheelchair access)
Location: Rothesay 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 »
Auchindrain is an original township of great antiquity typical of the many which once existed throughout the Scottish Highlands. The conserved buildings have been furnished and equipped to present a fascinating glimpse of the true lives of the Highlanders.
Location: Auchindrain More Details »
The museum uses its collection of vehicles and models to tell the story of transport by land and sea, with a unique Glasgow flavour. You will also find the oldest surviving pedal cycle and the finest collection in the world of Scottish built cars.
Location: Glasgow 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 »
Hear the circuit court in session and explore the early 19th century jail. See inside the new prison, airing yards and get up close to the iron cages.
Location: Inveraray More Details »
Discover some wonderful artwork in this magnificent 18th century castle. Its grand appearance gives way to an even more delightful interior with collectible muskets, axes and swords on display. Composed of Palladian, Gothic and Baroque architecture it has an impressive finish and is unmistakably Scottish.
Location: Inveraray More Details »
Kilmartin House is home to an internationally acclaimed archaeological museum, which uses artefacts from nearby sites, reconstructions and interactive displays to examine the intricate relationship between the ancient landscape and its people over 5,000 years.
Location: Kilmartin More Details »
The evocative ruins of a late 11th or 12th century castle with later additions, it is probably the oldest stone castle on the Scottish mainland.
Location: Achnamara 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 »
You can tear up the turf on quad-bikes and shoot clays targets in the morning then kayak secluded lochs, explore ancient gorges and take an exhilarating rib-boat ride in the afternoon. Quadmania will organise your dream day in the stunning scenery of Argyll.
Location: Blairmore 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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Fancy a tipple, take a trip out to Glengoyne Distillery. Open daily March to November from 10am to 4pm and December to February from 10am to 3pm
Take a ride on a miniature steam railway for the day. The track runs from Greenend Station to the John Smith Memorial Garden.
Location: Lochgilphead More Details »