St Cyrus Holiday Park is located near the traditional fishing village town of Montrose which is 7 miles from the park and offers a good range of amenities including many high street stores and supermarkets.
It also has a monthly Farmers Market on the 1st Saturday of each month offering a stunning selection of local produce.
The park has over 65 holiday homes split between owners and holiday makers and is set amidst beautiful landscaped gardens, boasting lovely views across the coast and countryside.
It is perfect for families with children or couples planning a relaxing break away from the stresses and strains of the daily grind.
Our modern caravans are gas centrally heated, double glazed and come with TV, showers and kitchens and can sleep up to six or eight people.
The park is situated close to some of the most spectacular coastlines of north-east Scotland Tangleha pebble beach is a 15 minute stroll away and accessible from the rear of the park.
For those with transport, St Cyrus beach with its golden sands, grasslands and towering cliffs is a five minute drive away and is one of the most spectacular coastlines to be found in North East Scotland.
The area is also home to a number of world renowned golf courses including Carnoustie, a championship course, challenging for even the most accomplished of players.
Those who enjoy local history should make sure they visit the nearby Dunnottar Castle, a dramatic, ruined cliff top fortress that holds many rich secrets of Scotland’s colourful past, or the enchanting Edzell Castle with its red sandstone castle walls, set amid pleasing green parkland, conjuring up images of a noble bygone era.
Arbroath Harbour to the South of St Cyrus has become one of the larger fishing ports in Scotland and is well worth a visit. Here you can sample local delicacies such as the world famous Arbroath Smokie – a delicious smoked haddock.
In nearby Montrose you can take a leisurely stroll along the award winning blue flag beach or visit the shops for a spot of retail therapy and walk down one of the widest high streets in Scotland.
Why not pay us a visit and find out for yourselves what can be found here and in the surrounding areas?