Bridgend Campsite

Hebrides, Isle Of Arran

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Peaceful, family-owned rural site on the Isle of Arran

Brynhyfryd Camping and Caravanning is a friendly, family-owned rural site that offers the perfect place for a relaxing break. Located on the Isle of Arran in Wales, the location is easily accessible from the from the M74 motorway.
The Isle of Arran is a magical place, famed for its beauty and variety of scenery. Also known as ‘Scotland in Miniature,' it boasts spectacular natural landscapes, from the mountains to the north to the coastlines around the island. There historical sites all around the island to explore, from the King’s Cave at Blackwaterfoot and the Standing Stones at Machrie to the Giant’s Grave at Whiting Bay, and the Chambered Tomb at Tomlin.

Brynhyfryd Camping and Caravanning offers a basic and clean toilet block with free hot showers, toilets and privacy cubicles. A camper’s kitchen features welcome items such as a fridge, microwave, and kettle.
A small shop on site sells basic essentials and some camping necessaries, as well as vintage Welsh wool blankets and handmade crafts made by the family.

Open from 01/01 to 31/12
Bridgend Cottages, Isle Of Arran, Hebrides, KA27 8EN, Scotland

Highlights

  • A quiet, countryside campsite in Wales
  • A short drive to Cardiff and Swansea
  • Many attractions and activities around the island

Great For

Family Fun
Walking and Hiking
Peace and Quiet
Scenic Views

Facilities and things nearby

Facilities
Chemical disposal
Electricity hook up
Playground
Showers
Toilets
Nature
Hills and mountains
Recreation
Fishing
Golf
Horse riding
Indoor heated pool
Sailing
Tennis
Walking
Watersports
Amenities
Bar
Food shop
Public transport
Restaurant

Good to know

Policies
Dogs allowed

Location

GPS: 55.522°N, 5.2983°W

Two hours west of Glasgow (including a one hour ferry crossing), Arran is also conveniently located for people arriving from England or Ireland. The main roads to use are the A71 (from the M74 motorway) towards Irvine, or the M77 from Glasgow to Kilmarnock, then the A71 westbound to the ferry terminal at Ardrossan. There is also a seasonal ferry service to Lochranza, on Arran’s northern coastline, from Claonaig, on the Kintyre Peninsula. The route to this smaller ferry service (also operated by Caledonian MacBrayne) is ideal for people touring the western isles or wishing to take in the longer scenic route from Glasgow, via Loch Lomond. SatNav Co-ordinates: 55° 31.36' North, 5° 17.78' West

Airports
  • Campbeltown Airport - 26 km
  • Glasgow Prestwick Airport - 43 km
  • Colonsay Airstrip - 83 km
Ferries
  • Troon - 38 km
  • Cairnryan - 63 km
  • Larne - 81 km

Availability

Pitch (suitable for Caravan, Large tent or Small tent)

Maximum persons: 2

Dimensions: 6 x 6 meters

Ground type: Grass, Hardstanding

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from £7.50 per night
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Policies

Payment terms

100% of the remaining balance on arrival

Cancellation policy

Cancel 30 days or more before arrival 100% refunded, Cancel less than 30 days before arrival 0% refunded

Cards accepted at this property

Credit cards accepted at this campsite.