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we arrived on the 12th of august 2017 for one week . we left at 4am in the morning and arrived at 3.15pm that afternoon. we was greeted by the staff who were very friendly. our caravan
was a disabled one which was tailor made...More
Picked the perfect month of June to visit here and the weather did not dissappoint. Our caravan was ok not as great as one we previously had at another resort with Parkdean but none the less it was sufficient for our needs. The location is...More
Stayed for 4 nights in 6 berth caravan which was spotless and very well equipped. Kids entertainment was excellent my 7 yr old boy and 3yr old girl really enjoyed themselves. Staff couldn't do enough for you big massive thanks to the doorman at the...More
Camp is a little tired and in need of a make over but the scenery more than makes up for it. We were unhappy with our first caravan and the lovely lady in reception found us a beautiful replacement. Camp shop is a little expensive...More
my family and i arrived in wemyss bay holiday park for a 7 night stay, the 6 berth caravan was very well presented and cleaned to a high standard, centrally heated and well appointed. Entertainment centre was a short walk away but is in need...More
Response from DMMadden1971 | Reviewed this property |
There is a Sainsbury's extra down the road but not really within walking distance, if you don't drive the bus and rail links are excellent there is a large variety in Greenock and Port Glasgow with Tesco Extra, Lidl, Aldi... More
There is a Sainsbury's extra down the road but not really within walking distance, if you don't drive the bus and rail links are excellent there is a large variety in Greenock and Port Glasgow with Tesco Extra, Lidl, Aldi and Morrisons. There is a taxi rank at Wemyss Bay train station (really advisable to use as it is quite a walk up the hill to the camp)
Response from Rangersfcno1 | Reviewed this property |
I would defo use the train, the station is literally outside the front gate of the park and takes you right into Glasgow to get subway. That way you can have a beer or 2 and not stuck in traffic. 👍🏻🇬🇧
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"Set on a very steep site, if you don't drive it is difficult if you have any mobility problems."