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Wonderful Wemyss

You’ll love getting out and about with a lodge or caravan holiday at Wemyss Bay Holiday Park. Make the most of the location as you enjoy views out across the Firth of Clyde or hop onto a ferry to explore some of Scotland’s most beautiful islands.

If you’re looking to relax on the park, you’ll find plenty to keep all ages amused. Swim in the indoor pool or play in the paddling area. Alternatively, head to the sauna to indulge in a little ‘me time’.

In the evening, after a meal with the family, sit back and enjoy the family entertainment.

Choose a lodge or caravan holiday at Wemyss Bay to enjoy a great selection of accommodation plus access to all our facilities and entertainment. Or discover caravan and lodge ownership.

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Wemyss Bay holiday park at sunset Wemyss Bay holiday park at sunset
A family meal in the café at Wemyss Bay A family meal in the café at Wemyss Bay
Relaxing in the café Relaxing in the café
Fun on the climbing wall at Wemyss Bay Fun on the climbing wall at Wemyss Bay


Shoreline on Isle of Arran 1

Island Hopping

Visit the rugged Isle of Arran, pretty Cumbrae or historic Bute. The ferry port to the main town of Rothesay on Bute is just across the road from the park.

The promenade at Largs 2


Enjoy an ice-cream as you stroll along the Victorian promenade at Largs. Discover a lovely beach and marina at this pretty seaside town, which is seven miles from the park.

Children on the climbing wall 3

Play Time

The kids will have a great time enjoying fresh air and exercise on the park. Watch them climb, slide and swing at the adventure playground or take them to the climbing wall.

Family enjoying a meal in the café at Wemyss Bay 4

Tasty Food and Drink

Savour a family meal at the restaurant or treat yourself to a takeaway. Then grab a drink at the bar and get ready for a great evening of entertainment.

The Vikingar building at Largs 5


Become a Viking for the day at this award-winning attraction. From ordinary people to Viking Gods, there’s lots to discover with this great day out for the whole family.

Ways you can stay with us



Enjoy a caravan holiday at Wemyss Bay and choose from a range of spacious and fully-equipped caravans. Alternatively, opt for one of the luxury lodges for extra comfort and style. Either way, you’ll enjoy great facilities and entertainment.

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Caravans & Lodges for Sale

Choose from a fantastic range of caravans and lodges with ownership at Wemyss Bay. With two and three bedroom caravans, you’ll find great family accommodation. Or for real home comforts, opt for one of the luxury lodges.

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Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 1144 reviews
Reviews and scores from the last 12 months.
10 out of 10


Berwick upon tweed GB
The best holiday the kids loved it thank you
Confirmed traveller: 21 April 2017
Published on: 29 April 2017
7 out of 10


Durham GB
The site is pretty and views are stunning. It was peaceful and friendly and we enjoyed the kids park and the swimming pool. We feel we could have utilised our time there better i.e knowing to take our car on the ferry to Bute as not much to do in Rothesay midweek. Largs was nice but again not much there apart from the wonderful Nardinis. Vikingar was shut for a school visit. A day at Loch Lomond was the highlight- the Bird of Prey Centre was fab.
Confirmed traveller: 21 April 2017
Published on: 29 April 2017
10 out of 10


Newcastle upon Tyne GB
As always had a fantastic break, love Wemyss Bay
Confirmed traveller: 21 April 2017
Published on: 29 April 2017
10 out of 10


Newcastle upon Tyne GB
Had a brilliant time would come again
Confirmed traveller: 21 April 2017
Published on: 29 April 2017
3 out of 10


Solihull GB
The site itself is spread favella-esque up a steep incline which makes for a tiring walk one way or another. It's tidy and reasonably clean save for the frequent evidence of selfish dog owners. Some staff are friendly, most would rather be elsewhere. Don't even get me started on the security staff who either walk around like they own the place or look bored. Bar prices are appalling: I sent my sirloin back for being overcooked. If it were £9, I'd have eaten it. But at the princely sum of £15.70 it was always going back to be done again. The server was very pleasant though. Beer prices are similarly disgusting. If you go for a drink when it's quiet, expect to wait a long time before anyone even knows you're there. Entertainment was very weak, even for the kids. Two young girls sharing their own banal in-jokes with each other is not what I call entertainment. If you're adult, linked bingo at £12 per ticket is as good as it gets. As for the surrounding amenities, there aren't any - not even a beach. The ferry to Bute offers the only hope of interest; excellent for seeing pasty single moms yelling at children as they drag them along past dozens of failed businesses. Look up though, and there are incredible views of classic rural beauty, which are sadly too far it seems to reach and enjoy in a sensible amount of time. If you live in a nice area, stay at home.
Confirmed traveller: 21 April 2017
Published on: 29 April 2017

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