Whatever sort of break you’re looking for, The Malt Whisky Trail isn’t short of destinations you’ll love. Whether it’s the superb visitor centres at each of our locations, the sandy beaches of Lossiemouth, or the tranquil waters of the river Spey, there’s something for everyone.
Grantown-On-Spey Caravan Park is an excellent family holiday location set in the heart of the Highlands and within the beautiful Cairngorm National Park. The caravan park is but a short stroll away from the little town of Grantown-on-Spey with its interesting variety of quaint old-world shops and restaurants. Open all year. Motorhomes, Tenting and Static Caravans all welcome.
Set on a gentle south-facing slope in a lightly wooded area, the Club Site at Speyside is only a stone’s throw from the area’s Malt Whisky Trail. Walks, wildlife and whisky can all be found in abundance in the areas surrounding our beautiful Speyside Club campsite. Surrounded by trees, the site enjoys a rural position between the Moray coast and Cairngorms mountain range. The site will appeal to those looking for a peaceful and relaxing base for their exploration of the area. Non-members welcome. Open from 31 March to 2 October.
Silver Sands Holiday Park on Scotland’s Moray Firth coastline is named after the sparkling stretch of beach that runs alongside it, recently revamped facilities including an indoor swimming pool (free), a sauna and a fitness suite would have us feeling pretty bright. Silver Sands is at Lossiemouth on the north-eastern Scottish coastline, minutes from the very fine Moray Golf Club and a short drive from Inverness.
Soak up the best the Scottish countryside has to offer at Wester Bonnyton Caravan and Camping Site in Banff, Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland. Wester Bonnyton Caravan and Camping Site provides fantastic sea views over the Moray Firth, breathtaking sunsets, stunning beaches, wonderful walks, birdwatching, dolphin spotting and more. Holidaymakers can enjoy golfing, fishing and many local attractions from this idyllic corner of North East Scotland. Dogs are more than welcome. There are static caravans for hire and pitches for caravans, motor homes and tents, all with electric hook-up. For those who seek peace and quiet in idyllic surroundings, look no further.