Sandend Caravan Park, Sandend, Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, AB45 2AU
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As well as static caravans for hire, Sandend welcomes tourers, tents and motorhomes. The park is open from 1st April – 5th October
Sandend Caravan Park is a family run caravan park in the north east of Scotand by Bernard and Jane Winfield for the past 25 years. The park is a four star awarded caravan park by the Scottish Tourist Board and a member of the coveted Thistle Holiday Home Parks, top quality self-catering in Scotland. Thistle Parks are of a top-class quality and the caravans have to fulfill certain criteria before being awarded the coveted VisitScotland ‘Thistle’.
We have spacious grass and hard standing pitches available for caravans with electric hook up if required. All tent sites are grass. All tourers and tents are escorted to their pitch. A food preparation and dishwashing room is provided for those in tents.
Very well appointed toilets and showers. Excellent laundry facilities with automatic washing machine and tumble dryer and ironing facilities.
We have small shop selling, milk, bread ice cream newspapers, buckets and spades and other essentials you might need. In nearby Portsoy and Cullen supermarkets are available.
Located in the north-east neuk of Scotland, Sandend Caravan Park is situated close to a long sandy beach which is ideal for families and watersport enthusiasts. The park is the ideal base to discover the many interesting features of the area including the world famous Castle and Coastal Trails.
The original seat of the Ogilvies of Boyne, the remnants of the 15th century castle still stand within walking distance from the village, of course for the less energetic, there is a car park nearby. King James II granted the license for the building of the castle to the wealthy Ogilvie family in 1455-56. The castle remained with the family for the next hundred years until it was passed, due to a family feud to Sir John Gordon third son of the Earl of Huntly. The Ogilvies did their utmost to regain possession but to no avail until the castle was held against defeated by Mary Queen of Scots in 1562. Huntly was duly executed and the building handed back to the Ogilvies, where mid seventeenth century, when they moved to more comfortable and accessible Cullen.