Disabled-friendly holidays in Ayrshire
Ayrshire is a cultural heartbeat of Scotland, a place to immerse yourself in some of the country’s most proud traditions.
Locations in Ayrshire
Explore the disabled-friendly accommodation we have in Ayrshire, including at our stunning Viewfield Manor holiday park.
Ayrshire at a glance
History and culture are on your doorstep in Ayrshire, providing a gateway to uniquely Scottish adventures.
Whether you’re visiting the county’s eponymous town of Ayr or looking out to the Isle of Arran, it’s worth savouring every moment during your time in Ayrshire.
Disabled-friendly attractions in Ayrshire
See what awaits you on Scotland’s west coast:
- Visit the birthplace of the great bard himself, Robert Burns. The Poet’s Path and Monument Gardens are wheelchair accessible
- Enjoy a day feeding animals both exotic and familiar at Heads of Ayr. Wheelchairs available when visiting
- Follow the Irvine Beach Park trail, designed to be accessible for wheelchair and scooter users
Our disabled-friendly accommodation in Ayrshire
We’ll stop at nothing to make your holiday in Ayrshire comfortable and enjoyable. Our disabled-friendly accommodation ensures you can relax with peace of mind. Stay in our modern and homely Sage Caravan.
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Have a question? Get in touch
If you have any questions on our adapted facilities, we’re more than happy to help. Click below to send us a message, or call the park team on 01294 850286.
Frequently asked questions
From Glasgow take the A736 from Barrhead to Irvine, go through Auchentiber, the park is on the left hand side at Torranyard, approximately 5 miles from Irvine. From the south, take the A736 for Glasgow, the park is at Torranyard on your right hand side.
We have designated disabled parking spaces, one at the main park entrance and one at the entrance to the complex. All of the facilities are on one level and within the complex we have one disabled toilet. Reception has a lowered desk space should it be required.
Registered Assistance Dogs are allowed in all grades of accessible holiday homes at no extra charge. Please make your Holiday Advisor aware that you have an assistance dog at the time of making your booking.