Blairgowrie Holiday Park, Perthshire
Blairgowrie Holiday Park is an ideal base for those who want to visit the Cairngorms. It’s located 20 minutes away from the national park in the town of Blairgowrie and Rattray. While staying here, you’ll have everything you need, with the park providing all the necessary facilities and home comforts. There’s an on-site laundry, two children’s play areas and a trail that’s suitable for dog walks. The town’s local shops and eateries are well within walking distance, so you’ll never go hungry.
Blairgowrie offers deluxe lodges with hot tubs, luxury lodges sleeping up to 8 people and caravan holiday options. All of them are designed to be modern, spacious and comfortable. The decor is easy on the eye and there are plenty of amenities to make your stay hassle-free. There are also touring pitches suitable for motorhomes, campervans and touring caravans.
The Cairngorms is the UK’s largest national park. Established back in 2003, it has a wide range of outdoor activities for people of all tastes. Visit the many towns and discover their charms and quirks or visit some of the nature reserves and spot some local wildlife. The park’s also home to a huge number of walking trails, climbing spots and cycling/biking routes. Canoeing and other water-based sports are also popular here. During the winter months when there’s lots of snowfall, many skiers visit the park to hit the slopes.
Two play areas for children
Bus stop right outside the park entrance
Wi-Fi (no streaming, just basic usage)
Pet-friendly park with a walking trail for dogs
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Things to Do
Highland Wildlife Park – Located in the mid-western part of the Cairngorms, this zoo is home to many different animals. Polar bears and snow leopards are a few of the many species to call it home. https://www.highlandwildlifepark.org.uk
Highland Safaris – Embark on a thrilling mountain drive and see a spectacular part of Scotland in close detail. Look out for wildlife and take in the stunning views while out for the day. https://www.highlandsafaris
Queen’s View – This is one of the most photographed viewpoints in all of Scotland. It’s under an hour away and there’s a small cafe nearby.
The Old Cross Inn – A local pub with an informal restaurant serving a range of traditional dishes. The building dates back to 1865 and it was originally a coaching inn.
Little’s Restaurant – This is a seafood restaurant right beside River Ericht. Its seafood options are both appetising and delicious.
The Dome Restaurant – Another local eatery, The Dome Restaurant is known for being set inside a building with a dome-shaped roof. Its menu is varied and the service is very good.
An excellent location in the beautiful Southern Highlands
All of the lodges are Pet Friendly
Max. 2 dogs per booking at £5 each per night)
Dip in and relax as the lodges have a Hot Tub for you to enjoy.