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Carradale Bay Caravan Park in Argyll

If you are looking for a quiet and relaxing holiday. Carradale is for you. If you want a holiday with something for all the family to do, as individuals or together, try us.

There are cosy log cabins or luxury caravans for hire if you would like to stay on this secluded south facing sandy bay. Or you can bring your own caravan, motorhome or tent to these golden sands, where the river Carra runs down to the sea.

Highly graded by the ScottishTourist Board, and winner of the Best Caravan and Camping Park Tourism Award , plus an AA award for Attractive environment for five years running. This park is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and quiet.

The Caravan site is set on a southerly corner of the Carradale Estate, adjoining Carradale Bay with over a mile of golden sands.

Our award winning caravan holiday homes offer five berth accommodation.

With comfortable living area, attractive soft furnishings, heating and television.

Everything is well thought out with your holiday in mind.

They are fully equipped, and include bed linen.

You only need to provide your own towels and tea towels.

These luxury holiday homes are for hire and sale.

There is an on site laundrette and payphone for your convenience.

Special Spring Offers and Autumn Discounts for couples

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Reviews of Carradale Bay Caravan Park

General...
We stayed here for just the one night. My partner and I were cycle touring and we'd been wild camping so, free showers were welcome. Facilities generally were very good, you get one key for loo and shower block. Beautiful location, beach very close. Village 10-15 mins walking, shop, pub/hotel (food-pub grub and restaurant). Also another pub and garage within walking distance. Pitches are specific, so you're give a pitch number... We arrived soon after rain and the wind fell, it was Midge hell, so we ran to the pub!

Good Points...
Location, facilities.

Bad Points...
Expensive. I had to congratulate the owner as this was the most expensive campsite that we've ever stopped at in the UK. As I remember, we paid £19.50 for one night, 2 adults, 1 small tent, 2 bicycles.

Adi Moore.


Adi Moore (5th Jun 2011)