Tel: 0141 644 4282 - M: 078 354 70796 - M 077 897 87555 - M: 077 994 92308 - - [Open 10am-9pm - 7 days per week]All Holiday breaks have been discounted up to £100.00 if booked before Saturday 8th February 2020 -£100 deposit secures booking. We accept instalment arrangements at no extra charge. Full payment can be paid Cash on Arrival for March/April/May/June bookings. July/August Full payment due 4 weeks prior to holiday. Payments can also be made by debit/credit card/bank transfer. Found a better quote? Let us know and we will try and beat it!! Enter your dates below for prices and availability
3 Bedroom - No Pets
Dunure Road Ayr KA7 4LB
0141 644 4282
Stunning 3 bedroom Platinum caravan for hire in Craig Tara, Ayrshire. Decking to front and side with patio doors leading out to front decking with beach views. Table and chairs on front of decking and seating to side decking. Double Glazed with gas Central heating in each room.
Maximum number of guests 6
3 & 2 seater sofas in lounge area., also electric fire in lounge. 50″ TV and DVD. player in lounge and also tv in double bedroom. Full size fridge freezer and cooker. Microwave, kettle, toaster and iron also. Table and chairs in kitchen area.
Large shower room with separate toilet.
Strictly No Smoking/No Pets
Policies of Holiday Rental Craig Tara Park – Bay View 412 – No Pets
Strictly No Pets/No Visitors Pets
Lead Person must be 25 years or over - - No Stag or Hen Groups -- No Smoking Permitted anywhere inside Caravan or at windows/main door/patio door of Caravan -- If you wish to smoke, please do so outside the caravan - please refrain from discarding cigarette ends outside of caravan, use ashtray provided -- Strictly No Pets or Visitors Pets -- Any damage or breakages must be paid for, we ask that you look after and treat all items in caravan as if they were your own -- Please respect neighbours and keep noise to reasonable levels & place rubbish in the designated refuse areas.
Amenities of Holiday Rental Craig Tara Park – Bay View 412 – No Pets
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Individual descriptions give you basic facts, figures, and actual photographs of several aspects of the accommodation.
Holiday Rental FAQ
If you have any questions whatsoever about how holiday rental accommodation works, these frequently asked questions might just offer all the answers you need…
The best way to make a reservation is to click on the availability tab, click on your arrival date on the calendar and proceed through the reservation steps. We can reserve the caravan while awaiting your deposit payment. But, if you have questions, don´t like online booking or would like dates currently not shown as free, fill in the enquiry form at the bottom of the calendar page or Telephone 078 354 70796 – 077 897 87555 or 0141 644 4282. We are always happy to answer questions and to help!
A returnable deposit of £100.00 is required to secure your holiday. Full payment is then due 6 – 8 weeks prior to your arrival date. Payment plans can be arranged at no extra cost.
Deposit payment is refunded to you within 48 hours providing the caravan and contents is left in the same condition as you hired it, with no damage or excess cleaning.
Check-in time depends on what area of the park you choose to stay. Please ask when booking. Check-out is 9am for all areas.
If you would like an earlier check-in or a late check-out, you can select this during the booking process.
Only if you will be using them. Entertainment Passes are required to use the swimming pool & entertainment complex. Under 4 years of age do not require a pass - free. We can purchase passes on your behalf if you prefer to have them in the Caravan for your arrival or you can purchase these from reception. Extra activities have additional charges . Go Karts, carnival etc is pay as you go.
Entertainment Passes are not included in prices. These are optional and can be added later or purchased on arrival.
Entertainment passes are required to access the swimming pool, entertainment complex, children's clubs.
Children under 4 years old go FREE and do not require a Funworks Pass*****
*****Age 16 years and above are classed as an adult*****
Entertainment Pass Peak Prices & Dates
From 5th -25th April
From 24th May - 30th May
From 28th June - 29th August --- all other times are non peak.
Adult 7 nights £45.40
Adult 3-4 nights £35.20
Child 7 nights £23.90
Child 3-4 nights £17.10
Entertainment Pass Non Peak Prices & Dates
All other times
Adult 7 nights £30.50
Adult 3-4 nights £23.70
Child 7 nights £14.90
Child 3-4 nights £12.10 - Passes are non - refundable.
Activities such as Archery, Fencing, Football Academy, Aqua Gliders. Learn to Swim and much more will require Activity Passes which is a separate pass (which can only be purchased from Reception). Go Karts, carnival is pay as you go.
Dogs are accepted in Selected Caravans only and must be kept on a lead when outside the Caravan. Please bring your dogs bed or basket for sleeping in. Dogs must not lie on beds or chairs, and hair must be cleared up before departing. We know its not the best job in the world, but in order to maintain the general up-keep of the Park – and avoid our guests discomfort by treading in anything nasty! – we do ask that you clean up after your dogs and place any doggy doo in the bins provided. We must be advised if you are bringing a dog.
Here is our recommended holiday checklist.
Tea towels -
Matches or a Lighter -
Washing up liquid -
Linen (if not hired from us) -
Extra pillows if required -
Cot linen (if a cot has been hired) -
Extra blanket in the colder months -
Your booking confirmation
Things to Do
Things to see and do: Out and about in Ayrshire............ Ayrshire is known the world over for being the birthplace of Scotland's best loved bard, Robert Burns. A visit to the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum is a must to see the poet's birthplace, Burns Cottage, the Burns Monument... Ayrshire is of course also known for its golf courses, stunning shorelines, castles, great country houses and walking, fishing and cycling opportunities. There is so much to discover. If you are looking for attractions and things to do outside of the historic, you will not be disappointed. The town of Ayr and all of South Ayrshire offer more than enough to fill up your holidays. So much so, that we couldn’t possibly list all of the attractions here. Below is a short list of some of the more popular things to do. Enjoy!
Ayr Seafront Playpark
Ayr Seafront Playpark – Free Fun & Frolics for the kids on the Ayr Seafront – A Great Day Out….. A massive climbing frame with two huge slides, sand pits, swings, roundabouts, a pirate boat and much much more… The play park is right on the sea front so once you’ve have had enough head
Pirate Pete’s is a Four Star Family Entertainment Centre situated on Ayr Seafront. With a massive adventure play, kids themed party venue and much more! All you need for a great family day out, rain or shine. http://www.piratepetes.co.uk/
Have you ever rolled up a hill in your car? At this location onThe A719, between Dunure and Croy Bay, this famous brae Attracts many visitors. Care must be taken, but one can stop Your car on the Hill, leave the brakes off, and very slowly your car will roll up the hill……. www.mcintyre.demon.co.uk
Heads of Ayr Farm Park is all about family fun. The park has two areas: the Animal Zone and the Activity Zone. When you enter the Animal Zone, you will be able to see and interact with all sorts of creatures, ranging from barn animals to reptiles to primates. The Activity Zone is a collection
Arran is a small island off the South west Coast of Scotland. Arran is a not just a beautiful island – there’s loads to see and do, no matter what your age. The island with everything, from walks and wildlife to golf, castles, wonderful island hospitality and local artisan cheese. https://www.calmac.co.uk/destinations/arran
There are rich pickings here for Golfers In the numerous world class golf courses Located in some of the most scenic spots you Can imagine on the Ayrshire coast. Ayrshire is a coastal county boasting spectacular scenery and some of the world’s most famous links golf courses. Home to two current Open Championship courses, Royal Troon
Situated on the South Ayrshire coast, Culzean Is one of Scotland’s best loved castles. You could easily spend an entire day exploring the country park alone, but with so many treasure-filled rooms to see inside the castle, it’s well worth making time to enjoy both elements of this magnificent historic attraction. http://www.nts.org.uk/Property/Culzean-Castle-and-Country-Park/
Ayr is a popular tourist destination and has a fantastic esplanade with a long sandy beach which is perfect for walking. Excellent shopping facilities and a selection of bars and restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets, many serving local produce and Ayr Town Centre has everything you need for a great day out.
Burns Cottage stands on the main road through the village of Alloway. The cottage and the nearby Education Pavilion come under the umbrella of the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. Operated by the National Trust for Scotland, this magnificent museum is well worth a visit in its own right, and it also brings brings together all the places associated with Robert Burns in Alloway. These
Spectacular racing and the finest sporting hospitality at Scotland’s only Grade 1 track. Ayr Racecourse is a Visit Scotland 5 star visitor attraction & 2016 Sporting Venue of the Year. http://www.ayr-racecourse.co.uk/ Ayr racecourse (approx 5 miles)
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