With its stunning scenery and so many exciting things to do, there’s no better place than the Isle of Cumbrae to relax and enjoy quality time.
Firth View Caravan Park is situated in a stunning location, The Park offers uninterrupted views across the Firth of Clyde to the magnificent mountains of the Isle of Arran.
Only a 10 minute walk from the town of Millport, the surrounding countryside and coastal scenery provide superb
walking trails and cycling tracks. Just over 10 miles in circumference, the island has something for everyone: from
active pursuits at the water sports centre such as dinghy sailing, cruising, windsurfing and sea kayaking, cycling,
bowling and a very scenic golf course, to more relaxed activities like bird watching, painting or just lazing on one of
the many beaches to sit and admire the ever-changing view.

Visit the Cathedral of The Isles, the second smallest in Europe or take a sail on the Waverley, the world’s last ocean
going paddle steamer. Newton Beach has been awarded a seaside award by Keep Scotland Beautiful and appears to be the only beach to have received an award on the whole of the Clyde.

It’s an ideal location for families, where you can unwind and relax for a well deserved holiday. If you’re a couple, a
family or even just yourself, you will not need to worry as we have everything covered at Firth View Caravan Park.
We offer various models of luxury mobile homes.
If you would like to find out more about buying a mobile holiday home by the sea, please get in touch and we’ll give
you all the help and advice you need. We look forward to hearing from you.

What’s included:
Prime sea view location
Terraced to guarantee fabulous view
Tarmac driveway
Private car parking space
Piped Gas (no bottles required)
20 pitches
20 further pitches (March 2018)
Mains water
Maintained grassed areas
To find out more about buying a holiday home at

Firth View Caravan Park telephone 01475 530000

Website: www.firthviewcaravanpark.co.uk
E mail info@firthviewcaravanpark.co.uk

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