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7th June 2012 | Park News, Regional News, Special Offers

Coastal Path Opening

From 18 May visitors to Wemyss Bay Holiday Park can make use of the new Antonine Wall section of the Clyde Coastal Path.

The newly completed section runs from the Kelly Burn (between Skelmorlie and Wemyss Bay) and Milngavie and links with the Ayrshire Coastal Path in the south and the West Highland Way in the north.

The Antonine Wall is a stone and turf fortification, built by the Romans in the AD 140s across the central belt of Scotland, also known as the Clyde-Forth frontier line. Once the Roman Empire’s most northern frontier in Britain, the wall has been named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

The Ayrshire Coastal Path runs 100 miles along a breathtaking panoramic coastline. Take in the glorious backdrop of the ever-changing mountains of Arran across the Firth of Clyde plus discover the historic sights and plentiful wildlife.

You’ll find Wemyss Bay Holiday Park set high on wooded slopes with superb views across the Firth of Clyde. Enjoy fantastic facilities including an indoor pool, adventure play area, bar & grill plus much more. Kids can look forward to FREE kids’ clubs and the whole family can take advantage of FREE evening entertainment.

Choose from top quality caravan and lodge holiday homes including superb features such as non-smoking, double glazing and central heating.

You can now save up to 20% on Summer Short Breaks at Wemyss Bay arriving between 22 June – 13 August, when you book by 24 June. Availability is limited on this offer so book early to make the greatest savings, with prices starting from £201!

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