Why buy a caravan holiday home in Lossiemouth
If you’re browsing holiday homes for sale in Scotland, then take some time to explore our beautifully situated holiday park, Silver Sands.
Located near the picturesque Lossiemouth, a town often referred to as ‘the jewel of the Moray Firth’, this popular former fishing village is perfect for exploring and picking up holiday shopping treats.
Venture just a few steps in the other direction from your holiday home door and you’ll find yourself on the stunning West Beach, a three-mile stretch of sand that frames the park. The Moray Firth is also one of the best places in Europe to see bottlenose dolphins, harbour seals, porpoises and even whales.
And Moray is even renowned for it’s own Gulf Stream weather system, meaning you can enjoy some of the driest weather in Scotland here.
Our main complex features a newly refurbished bar and restaurant serving fresh food and drinks plus a relaxing venue where we regularly feature top entertainment with singers and bands. In addition to the restaurant we have a traditional Fish & Chip shop and well-stocked on-site shop for your convenience.
Owners also have free use of our leisure complex, which includes a heated indoor pool, steam room, sauna and high quality gym.
Entertainment & activities on park
- Kids club
- Eating and drinking
- Live entertainment throughout the season
- Shop and launderette
- Gym and sports
Explore the region
Owning a holiday home in Scotland means that there are activities right on your doorstep; horse riding and scenic walks, plus two great golf courses – one of which is considered to be one of the finest links courses in Scotland.
The local area is a heaven for plane spotters, with one of the RAF’s largest fast-jet bases in nearby Lossiemouth. For a diverse range of wildlife in a spectacular setting head to the Highland Wildlife safari park in the Cairngorms National Park or discover the impressive Grampians, a region of sandy beaches, mountains and castles.
The beautiful city of Inverness has both historic buildings and contemporary shopping, while Aberdeen’s granite façade and fascinating past contrast with a wealth of modern shops and restaurants to create an elegant city that is a must see.
And if you are seeking an adventure for your taste buds, follow the world-famous Malt Whisky Trail through Speyside and discover seven working distilleries.