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Holiday Park

Anwoth Holiday Park

Camping / Caravans
Rooms: 3
Gatehouse of Fleet
From £69.00 pw
 
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Features

  • Children welcome
  • Pets by arrangement
  • Pub/restaurant within 1 mile
  • Shop within 1 mile
  • Short breaks
  • Wi-Fi

Description

Anwoth Holiday Park

The award winning Anwoth Holiday Park, proud of its 4* rating from VisitScotland, offers peace and tranquility in stunning surroundings.  The whole area is a haven for wildlife and for just simply, enjoying the great outdoors.  Whether you walk, drive, cycle or mountain-bike – there is plenty for you to do and admire.

Anwoth Holiday Park is situated in the charming town of Gatehouse of Fleet.   This delightful town has restaurants, cafe’s and bars and is in easy reach of the Cairnsmore of Fleet National Nature Reserve.

One of the wildest places in southwest Scotland, but still surprisingly accessible, Cairnsmore is a paradise for walkers; a patchwork of muted colours from the low-growing vegetation enhancing the stunning views.  Watch out for peregrine falcon, red and black grouse, red deer and feral goats.

In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Gatehouse of Fleet was a thriving industrial centre with cotton mills, shipbuilding, a brewery and its own port. It was known locally as the ‘Glasgow of the South’.

Traces of this industrial past can still be found in its buildings and street names and in the Mill on the Fleet, a former textile mill which is now an award-winning visitors’ centre tracing the economic and social history of Gatehouse.

Gatehouse provides opportunities for a variety of sporting activities, including golf, walking, cycling, fishing and sailing. Port Macadam, once the town’s harbour, is still used by small pleasure craft.

Among the local historical attractions are Cardoness Castle, a late 15th-century fortified tower house that was the ancient seat of the McCullochs, and the ruins of Anwoth Church with its atmospheric graveyard, complete with Covenanter graves.

Much to see and do when you base yourself at Anwoth Holiday Park!

At a glance

  • Quiet, rural location
  • Small family park
  • Within walking distance of pubs, restaurants, cafes
  • Ideal for enjoying the great outdoors
  • Nearby visitor tourist attractions
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    Auchenlarie Holiday Park; Debbie Merrick
    Garden Street

    Gatehouse of Fleet
    DG7 2JU

    01557 814 333


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