Rosneath Castle is a five star holiday park on the beautiful Rosneath peninsula in Argyll. It's a truly attractive location and the scenery is absolutely spectacular. You'll seldom believe that you're only an hour's drive from Glasgow. The park has a range of excellent facilities including its own sailing school and there's easy access to Loch Lomond and the West Highlands.
Each member of the park's team will work tirelessly to ensure your stay is not only the most enjoyable but also incredibly memorable. Families, couples and groups are welcome in this friendly, safe and relaxing environment.
Parking is available.
Rosneath Castle Park has two types of self-catering static caravans available:
Gareloch: 35' x 12'. Sleeps six. Has one double room and a twin. Bathroom with shower. Separate dining area and a pull out bed in the lounge.
Lomond: 36' x 12'. Sleeps eight. One double bedroom and two twin rooms. Bathroom with shower. Separate dining area and a pull out bed in the lounge.
Each property has fitted carpets, central heating, double glazing, microwave, fridge and Freeview TV. Bed linen is provided. Also included is an area with garden furniture, great for relaxing in the evening sun or dining al fresco.
A disabled unit is available with wheelchair access.
The Castle Isle restaurant and bar is your destination for lunches, dinner, barbeques, special occasions and regular entertainment. Main menu meals, lighter bites, snacks and takeaways are available.
Entertainment is provided every weekend during the summer season and school holidays and it's great for all ages.
For reservations call 01436 831333.
You need to glance at a map to realise that the park truly is in the centre of it all. As well as some of the most spectacular countryside you're ever likely to see, Glasgow, Loch Lomond, Dunoon, Oban and Stirling are all easily accessible.
Helensburgh, which is rife with architectural heritage, is 15 miles to the east. Here you'll find floral gardens, parks and specialty shops.
Inverary is also close by and the Duke of Argyll's stunning castle is well worth a visit.
From Glasgow: Follow the M8 to the Erskine Bridge. After crossing over, follow the A82 towards Crianlarich. Then take the A814 to Garelochhead and then follow signs for the B833 to Kilcreggan. The park is approximately one mile beyond Rosneath.
From Inverness: Take the M9 to Stirling and then follow the brown tourist route signs for Loch Lomond on the A811. Continue on this road to Balloch. Join the A82 and head north. From here, take the A814 to Garelochhead and follow signs for the B833 to Kilcreggan. The park is a mile beyond Rosneath.