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Three Lochs Holiday Park

Located in a beautiful and quiet corner of Scotland, Three Lochs Holiday Park is a 4-Star park that offers a lifestyle as varied and interesting as the seasons themselves. Driving is still a pleasure is this area of Scotland which is filled with charming villages, market towns and interesting historic places.

Three Lochs Holiday Park is perfect for experiencing wide open spaces, clean air and enjoying the simple pleasures of the countryside.

This spacious park slopes gently to the south and overlooks lovely Loch Heron, which is one of the 3 lochs that are available for visitors to use. The site’s static areas are all fully-landscaped and well distanced from neighbouring areas. There is ample parking space and room for an awning or outdoor furniture.

There is a separate area set apart for touring caravans and tent campers.

The park has recently added a range of luxury timber lodges that overlook the lochs. They are available for sale or for holiday letting.

The inspiring landscape of South West Scotland is ideal for active outdoor pursuits, leisurely strolls and learning about culture and history.

The park and estate provide a perfect base from which to visit the many and varied attractions. The local area has great mountain bike trails, walking to suit all levels of skill and a variety of golf courses.

The site’s 3 lochs are stocked with game and coarse fish with pike and bream providing ample sport.

When guests stay at Three Lochs Holiday Park they will be able to view the abundant wildlife in close proximity.

There are many interesting sites of antiquity in the local area that should interest history enthusiasts. Within easy reach of the site are Whithorn Trust and Culzean Castle.

The South West of Scotland has a rich heritage in arts and crafts. The town of Kirkcudbright is the home of the Glasgow Boys which is a movement famed for their interpretation of light. You can see where Robert Burns was born in Alloway and Dumfries where he became an exciseman.

Visit the Three Lochs Holiday Park website for further information

Three Lochs Holiday Park

Three Lochs Holiday Park
Newton Stewart

Beach Location
Caravan Hire
Child Play Area
Dogs allowed
Electric Hook-up
Electric Shaver Point
Fishing Available
Food Shop
Games Room
Gas Cylinder Available
Golf Course
Ice Pack Facility
Licensed Club - Pub
Motor Home Pitches
Outdoor Pool
Shower Facilities
Static Pitches
Tennis Court
Tent Pitches
Tour Caravan Pitches
Wheelchair Access
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