Coylton, Nr. Ayr, Ayrshire, KA6 5JH
Explore this park:
Steeped in natural beauty and Scottish history, plus all the local attractions and on-park activities you could need, including sports and games, mini golf and a swimming pool, Sundrum Castle is built to make you feel like Kings and Queens. Nearby you'll find the beautiful Ayrshire coast with lots to explore including the beach at Ayr and award-winning golf courses.
Kids' clubs: Star Tots (4 and under); Star Landers (5-10 years)
Indoor heated pool with flume
Tam OShanter Restaurant
Fish 'n' Chip Takeaway
Half-board dining available
Kintyre Family Entertainment Club
Free Wi-Fi in designated areas
Selected pet-friendly accommodation
All this is included as standard in your accommodation: TV with Freeview; gas or electric cooker; microwave.
By Car: 1. If travelling southbound on the M77 continue past junction 8 to merge onto the A77 2. Continue to follow the A77 over the River Ayr approaching the Holmston roundabout. Here, take the first exit for Cumnock (A70) 3. Follow this road looking for signs for Sundrum Castle Holiday Park. Turn left onto Castle Door Road and Sundrum Castle Holiday Park will be on your left hand side. By Bus: There is a bus stop one mile away where Castle Road merges with Ayr Road (A70). Here you'll find Stagecoach service numbers 42 and 42A offering return journeys to Drongan, Cumnock, Ayr and Kilwinning. By Train: Ayr train station is the closest to park (4.6 miles) and will take around 12 minutes via car. ScotRail offers main lines to Edinburgh, Glasgow Central, Stranraer, Kilmarnock and Girvan. By Plane: The closest airport to Sundrum Castle is Glasgow Prestwick, which is just 11 miles away (20 minutes' drive time). Please see the airport website for a list of arrivals and departures.
Service Charge £7.45 per unit per night - HALF PRICE on breaks starting Sep 30
Entertainment+ Passes £4 per person per £9.50 break, £5 per person per £15 break - Passes HALF PRICE on breaks starting Sep 30, Apr 20, 27, May 4
Dog Friendly £25.00 per dog
Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break Aug 30
PAY ONLY £9.50 Mar 23
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