Your hol­i­day home at Machri­han­ish Hol­i­day Park – warn­ing: you may never want to leave

Argyllshire Advertiser - - FEATURE -

Miles of golden sands. World-class golf. Un­ri­valled scenery. Breath­tak­ing sun­sets. Why would you want to be any­where else? Be­tween March and Oc­to­ber ev­ery year, you don’t have to be. Own­ing a hol­i­day home at Machrin­han­ish Hol­i­day Park means vis­it­ing as of­ten and stay­ing as long as you like.


Look­ing west over Machri­han­ish Bay, Is­lay, and the Paps of Jura, our park is fa­mous for stun­ning ocean sun­sets, fan­tas­tic views and miles of lo­cal golden sands. Nearby Camp­bel­town’s A-listed build­ings, in­clud­ing the newly-re­fur­bished Art Nou­veau Pic­ture House, and Camp­bel­town Loch will keep you snap­ping. Na­ture pho­tog­ra­phers will love spot­ting wildlife — and the oc­ca­sional Paul McCart­ney — on the Mull of Kin­tyre.


The open­ing tee shot at Machri­han­ish Golf Club, a world top-100 cham­pi­onship course laid out by Old Tom Mor­ris, is re­garded as the best there is. And David McLay Kidd’s Machri­han­ish Dunes recre­ates the an­cient game for a round like no other.


The Old Club­house pub of­fers ex­cel­lent food and drink, while the Ugadale Ho­tel boasts an invit­ing restau­rant and bar, and a lux­u­ri­ous spa. You can also dine in Macri­han­ish golf club if you’ve played on the course. There’s no short­age of places to eat and drink on the penin­sula, from Camp­bel­town’s world-fa­mous dis­til­leries to the bars, restau­rants and cafes of­fer­ing fine lo­cal cui­sine.


Our two- and three-bed­room Swift, Carn­aby and Willerby hol­i­day homes have cen­tral heating, dou­ble glaz­ing and fully-equipped kitchens and shower rooms. With wifi, a laun­derette and well-stocked shop on site, when we say you don’t have to leave, we mean it. Find out more about hol­i­day homes for sale. Call 01586 810366, or email mail@camp­kin­

Mem­ber­ships start at just £245 a year – we of­fer great dis­counts on green fees at both.

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