With its fabulous scenery, outstanding golf and unique cuisine, there are too many benefits to buying a holiday home in Scotland to mention. Sometimes the hardest part of settling on your new home-from-home is choosing your favourite location before you buy, and let’s face it, location is key. We recommend the east coast of Scotland because this is one area where you can have it all. Great views, beautiful beaches and the benefit of St Andrews and its golf just a stone’s throw away.
Reasons for Buying a Static Caravan in Scotland
While there really are lots of reasons for buying a static caravan in Scotland, we might be a little biased towards our own Silverdyke Park. So when we’re encouraging you to buy north of the border, we’re really meaning…buy here, at Silverdyke.
Fabulous Scottish Scenery
Set on the coastline of Scotland’s eastern seaboard, our caravan park is perfectly located with fabulous sea views. Right on the beach, you’ll have easy access to hiking trails and sandy walks, great for wearing out children or dogs and perfect for romantic sunset scenes. You don’t have to travel far to enjoy woodland walks either.
Great Food and Fabulous Drink
The Scots are becoming increasingly renowned for the quality of their food, and we’ve always been known for our national drink. One of the best benefits of owning a static caravan is having the option of dining out or staying in and cooking for yourself. Here at Silverdyke Caravan Park, we benefit from having a great choice of local butchers and fishmongers a short drive away, and a pet-friendly restaurant within walking distance.
Going on holiday has one major drawback, and that’s all the packing and unpacking you have to do. When you own a static caravan, you don’t have to worry about that endless round of chores because you can leave everything in your caravan when you go away.
Easy Holiday Driving Time
Whether you love or hate long travelling times to get to your holiday destination, there’s one great benefit to having a holiday home in Scotland. You’re never likely to be more than a couple of hours away from it. A short travelling time means you don’t have to wait for your annual leave to come around before you can enjoy a break away. You’ll be close enough to travel up on weekends, enjoying a stay from the Friday through to the Sunday without wasting most of that time on the road.
Yes, we’re biased. We love Silverdyke Caravan Park for its great location and easy commute. If you’re considering buying a holiday home in Scotland, why not come and visit our lovely park soon.