Located in Kintyre on the beautiful West coast of Scotland near Campbeltown and overlooking the picturesque Kilbrannan Sound .
 
 

 

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Eddie MacCallum

 
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Peninver Sands Holiday Park - Kintyre Peninsular

Holiday Hire caravans - Holiday Homes - Touring Caravans

Peninver Sands:
Situated on the shores of the Kilbrannan Sound with unrestricted views towards the Isle of Arran, Ailsa Craig and the Ayrshire Coast, Peninver Sands Holiday Park is the ideal place to enjoy a relaxing, carefree holiday in an idyllic part of Scotland.


 

Holiday Park:
Our small family run holiday park has achieved a 4Star grading from the Scottish Tourist Board. We offer caravan holiday homes for hire as well as providing pitches for touring caravans and motor homes within our terraced well kept park. Facilities on-site include reception/launderette block, modern toilet/washing facilities with ample hot water and free showers.

Above all, we strive to offer a peaceful holiday in a pleasant environment for those who seek a break away from the hustle and bustle of everyday living. 

Golf:
The famous links course at Machrihanish is only 10 miles away - 18 holes.
Also the new Machrihanish Dunes is a great new links course. Carradale is also only 10 miles away - a 9 hole course. Southend is approximately 15 miles away and is another 18 hole course.

Diving:
There are numerous wrecks in Kintyre area. The front of the park offers a sheltered anchorage where launching is also available.

Forest Walks:
Mountain (cycle trails) bikes.

Mull of Kintyre:
Became world known through Sir Paul McCartney's "Mull of Kintyre". The local Campbeltown pipe band played backing pipes in this famous song.

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01586 552262
 

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TYPE A CARAVANS for 2014 will be 33 x 12, double glazed & centrally heated. Extra features are flat screen TV, DVD & fridge/freezer. Situated on the upper level of the park with outstanding views towards Arran.