Sandylands is a part of the Park Resorts. The home you stay in (according to my mother) looks like a converted sea container. But its actually more like a caravan. They have seperate bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and living area. So it was perfect to stay for a week as we did. We were able to fix our own meals, rather than go out every night if we were staying in a hotel or b&b.
There are also facilites on site like a pool, bar, club and entertainment. Perfect for families. However as my partner and I are in our 20's we didnt really find the entertainment to our liking. Mostly things for kids, or BINGO & kareoke.
Overall we wnjoyed our stay and would go again!
entertainment on site, including pool, pub, club, go karts etc
We stayed for three nights at the Graig Tara site of Haven in Ayr. We booked a premier plus caravan which is just one down from the top prestige caravan.
Seeing this was suppose to be one of the better caravans I was dissapointed at the cleanliness and equipment in the caravan. It seemed tatty, worn and broken and not at all close to the class I expected.
The site it's self had facilities for the children. Swimming, parks and amusements. There are also the usual clubs for kids disco and a drink but we didn't venture there.
The site is directly across from the Isle of Arran and is visible on clear days. Ayr is down the road and there is a bus service from Graig Tara to take you there.
Lovely scenery, beaches and country side. Stuff to do for the kids to keep them happy and tired out !
Comfortable and welcoming, as you'd expect from a good B&B. Room was well furnished and maintained; breakfast was excellent; landlady friendly
it has self catering units as well - separate cottages...
location & views
our room looked out towards the Firth of Clyde - Isle of Arran right in front, Ayrshire coast on right and Ailsa Craig to left! It was magnificent at dawn. I'm told the summer sunsets are spectacular, and I believe it;
you're in the countryside, but the sea is less than a mile away; very quiet and relaxed.
they have 2 geese in the farmyard as "watchdogs" and there were 3 horses in the field outside our room.
Usual high standard of Caravan Club Site (caravans only, no camping).
Spacious all weather gravel pitches with direct access from the site to the riverside and a short walk into Town.
This site is set in a beautiful park about 15 minutes' walk from the centre of the popular seaside resort of Ayr. Entertainments cater for all ages. Ayrshire is known as 'The Golf Coast' because of the 40 courses in the area. You can learn about 'Rabbie Burns', the greatest Scottish poet with the Burns Heritage Trail right on the doorstep and The Tam O'Shanter Experience at Alloway. History fans will enjoy Vikingar at Largs, with its tales of Viking days of yore, and there are many more treats not far away.
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