For that quiet and relaxing holiday in the heart of romantic Galloway. Castle Cary has much to offer, and constantly adds to and improves its facilities year after year. We can now offer a range of seasonal timber clad lodges and winterised all season holiday homes.

At the centre of our holiday park lies an old Scottish baronial-style castle dating from around 1580. The Laird’s Inn, converted from part of the old castle, is most welcoming with it’s ‘olde worlde’ charm, created by a décor of wooden beams, stone walls and open fires.

On a sunny day you can sit, drink, eat and relax on its large terrace, enjoying magnificent panoramic views over fields, woodlands and the estuary of the river Cree.

Your very own Luxurious Holiday Home on Castle Cary Holiday Park is no longer a dream, but has become a reality for more and more customers who have become aware of the virtues that your own holiday home has to offer you. we have a comprehensive selection of New and Used Caravans for sale.

Why not come and visit the park and see what sites we have still available, talk to some of our customers already on the park or simply come for a meal at the Laird’s Inn and get a feel of the place? We are sure you will decide “This is the life for us”.

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Posted by Castle Cary Holiday Park, Creetown on Monday, 11 December 2017

Travel

The Scottish Government have confirmed that under current Scottish regulations, unless you have a reasonable excuse, you must not travel between Scotland and England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland.

The exemptions (i.e. ‘reasonable excuses’) are listed here. Travelling for a holiday is not a reasonable excuse.

Christmas bubbles in Scotland

The Scottish Christmas guidance is here. This confirms the ‘law … lets a bubble meet in self-catered accommodation (or 2nd home) for a Christmas gathering, but only in the local authority area in which you or a member of your bubble lives.’