Girvan, Turnberry, AYRSHIRE, KA26 9JW
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Explore the incredible Ayrshire coast with a stay at Turnberry Holiday Park. This small and tranquil destination looks out across the Firth of Clyde and is superbly located just 300 metres from the closest beach.
The park is surrounded by stunning Scottish countryside, a setting that inspired Robert Burns - there's a museum dedicated to Scotland's national poet nearby.
The region is famed for its outstanding golf courses, and there are a whole host of activities for people who enjoy the great outdoors.
Facilities on park include an indoor pool, playground, and a restaurant and bar with regular entertainment.
Restaurant and bar
Swimming Pool (bookable hourly sessions)
Charges apply to some facilities
Our modern holiday homes all have comfy bedrooms, well-equipped kitchens and relaxing living and dining areas.
Travelling from Glasgow Take the M77 and then the A77 towards Ayr. Pick up signs for the A77 to Maybole and Stranraer. Turnberry Holiday Park is situated 250 metres off the A77 between Turnberry and Girvan next to Dowhill Farm. Travelling from the south Take the M6 and then the A76 Dumfries heading North, to join the A77 to Ayr. Follow signs for A77 Maybole and Stranraer. Turnberry Holiday Park is situated 250 metres off the A77 between Turnberry and Girvan next to Dowhill Farm.
Service Charge £8.75 per unit per night
Entertainment+ Passes £4 per person per break - Passes FREE on breaks starting Apr 23, 30, Sep 24
Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break Apr 13, May 11, 18, Jun 1, Jul 6, 13, Aug 31, Sep 3, Oct 19, 26; £6 per person per break Mar 26, Apr 2, 6, 9, May 4, 25, 28, Jul 16, 20, Aug 24, 27, Oct 22
PAY ONLY £9.50 May 7, 14, Oct 1
PAY ONLY £15.00 Jun 4, 11
Sandy west coast beaches are just 300 metres from the park and Turnberry's rural setting makes it perfect for outdoor pursuits, with beautiful walks, trout and sea fishing, horse riding and mountain bike trails to explore.
Nearby Ayr is home to Burns National Heritage Park which includes a museum, the early cottage home and settings that inspired Robert Burns, Scotland's national poet.
Culzean Castle, just a few minutes along the coast, is one of Scotland's best loved and most impressively maintained castles. There are walled gardens, a deer park, swan pond, adventure playground and ranger walks to entertain all ages.
Ayrshire is famed for its range of impressive golf courses, which include the world-renowned Turnberry Golf Club and plenty of superb public courses.
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