A warm welcome awaits here on the island of Arran from the resident owner, Maurice Deighton and his daughter. Located on the southernmost point of the island, this is a quiet and peaceful park situated along its own private beach with wonderful sea views. The open, grassy area, sloping in parts, takes caravans, motorhomes and tents with ten electricity connections (16A). The reception doubles as a shop selling basics with a TV room adjacent. There are communal picnic and barbecue areas. The Kildonan Hotel is next door serving restaurant and bar meals. Permits are available for loch fishing and charters are available from the owner, a registered fisherman. Golfers can choose from seven courses.
Seal Shore Camping & Touring Site
Scotland, Lowlands, North Ayrshire, Isle of Arran
- +44 1770 820320
- March - October.
Alan Rogers Review
The good toilet block is clean and tidy and includes full facilities for disabled visitors that double as a baby room. Laundry room with washing machine, dryers and iron. Indoor dishwashing with fridge and freezer. Shop. Camping gas. Beach. Fishing. Sailing. Covered barbecue area.
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N55 26 27||W5 6 50|