Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
The Tummel Valley holiday park in Pitlochry in Perthshire really is found in one of the best locations of all of the parks available in the range. This is due to the holiday parks close proximity to the river Tummel as well as it being in range of the Scottish Highlands.
The nearby highlands have endless amounts of outdoor sports and activities to keep even the most adventurous busy. These may include anything from rafting and canoeing to hiking and climbing. Tummel Valley’s facilities are also a major draw with holidaymakers not actually needing to leave the grounds of the park to have a good time.
The first major facility is the indoor heated swimming pool which holds sessions specifically for children as well as water sports. These sessions are organised by the holiday park staff who lay on fun and games for children. Children can also relax in a more informal manner in the splash pool which will provide hours of fun.
Those who like to watch the way they look even whilst on holiday may want to go on a trip to the Solarium or Sauna which might just be the best way to relax. When it comes to finding somewhere to eat there happens to be a range of different options available. The first of these is the takeaway which provides a number of British classics on demand and there is a restaurant on site as well.
Accommodation is cheap yet of a high standard with a series of different static caravans providing all of the available options. One of the static caravans available is the Fern which can sleep six people and costs from around £229 per week. This static caravan is a wide one and has a double bedroom as well as a twin. The windows in this caravan are also double glazed to keep out noise, and keep in heat.
A slightly more upmarket option available is the Oak WFA caravan which sleeps five. This caravan costs from £289 per week and includes a number of extra features such as an outdoor hot tub. There is also a plasma TV in the caravan which provide guests with entertainment on rainy days. The newest caravan is the Larch which is just a year old, sleeps eight and costs from £339 per week. This caravan has three separate bedrooms and a large living area.
If you want something different then the lodges are a great option and there are two lodges sleeping four or six people. The Riverside 2 costs from £269 and the Riverside 3 costs from £319 for a week and there are plenty of short breaks and weekend getaways.Tags: