Silver Sands Holiday Park sleeping up to 0 guests
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Shop & takeawayAbout this Holiday Park
Silver Sands is a seaside holiday park in Scotland, near Lossiemouth, on the beautiful Moray Firth coast. Our name comes from the sparkling stretch of beach that runs alongside our site. At our park you can enjoy memorable holidays and short breaks in Scotland, with stays in our caravan holiday homes or on our touring and camping pitches.
Our park is wonderfully located with direct access to a huge sandy beach and close to the seaside town of Lossiemouth. Whether you stay in one of our holiday homes or bring your own tent, tourer or motorhome, you’ll love the fun packed facilities on park and the direct access straight onto West beach.
Stylish and comfortable with everything you need for a great value self-catering holiday. Choose from two or three bedrooms. We even have pet-friendly accommodation so all the family can come along.
Touring and Camping
Bring your own tent, touring caravan or motorhome and pitch up in one of our pitches. It’s the perfect base for exploring the great outdoors and you’ll love our fantastic touring facilities too.
Site FacilitiesHeated indoor swimming pool with sauna and steam room
Children’s adventure play area
Arcade and games room
Bar, restaurant and café
Family entertainment venue
Kids club with Sandy the Meerkat
Fish & Chip takeaway
Convenience store Around and About
The harbour and fishing town of Lossiemouth is a few miles from Silver Sands Holiday Park and has a good range of shops and restaurants as well as fisheries museum, small theatre/gig venue and the 18 holes of Moray Golf Club, regarded by those in the know as one of Scotland’s finest courses.
If you want to dig into Scotland’s rich history, Balvenie Castle, one of the oldest stone castles in Scotland, is a short drive away, as is Inverness Castle, in the centre of the town overlooking the River Ness. Hang around in town after a trip to the castle for more historic buildings like Inverness Cathedral and the Old High Church.
It’s also not far to the shops, restaurants, museums, galleries and history of Aberdeen: We’d recommend the Aberdeen Art Gallery, Aberdeen Maritime Museum, live music in Belmont Street, Provost Ross’ House and, if you’re around in summer, dropping into some shows at the Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
Close to Beach
Close to Golf Course
Close to Shops
Sauna / Steam Room