THE children may have just gone back to class, but it won’t be long before schools close again for the week of October.
So if you’re planning another family vacation, it’s worth booking early to get the best deals.
If you’re thinking about staying in beautiful Scotland, there are tons of great deals out there.
How about a four night stay for a family of four (plus your furry friend) for under £23 pp per night?
Even better, you don’t have to travel far to snag this great value stay Verdant’s Viewfield Manor theme park.
Just 30 minutes from Glasgow and less than two hours from Edinburgh, it is set in the stunning Ayrshire countryside near Kilwinning.
Check into one of their pet-friendly Sage 2 caravans for four nights on Monday 16th October for £371 for a family of four.
They have a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, an open plan living room and kitchen and a picnic bench in the garden.
Viewfield Manor has the best of the Scottish countryside on its doorstep, with historic attractions and market towns with a variety of restaurants, cafes, bars and shopping to keep everyone happy.
It is only five miles from beautiful Irvine Beach and there are numerous world famous golf courses nearby.
But you don’t even have to leave the park as there is a children’s play area, gym, sauna and games room.
And happily, there’s also an indoor pool where water babies, young and old, can have a great time in the water if braving the Scottish weather is too much for them.
There is also an on-site restaurant and bar where you can find nightly entertainment such as bingo and quizzes.
Verdant Vibes is the brand new sparkling entertainment offering with themed nights, variety shows and for the little ones there is a party in the play area.
When you want to get out of the park, there’s so much to do in Ayrshire, whatever your interests.
You can enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, biking or golfing, or visit historical sites such as castles, mansions and gardens.
With its rolling hills, forests and sandy beaches, it is also the perfect destination to enjoy nature with your four-legged friends.
Not far away is Burns Cottage, where Scotland’s national bard Robert Burns was born and houses the world’s most important collection of his life and work.
Belleisle Estate is one of Ayrshire’s most popular family attractions and is also the largest park in Ayr.
It has two golf courses and is also home to a range of animals including deer, ponies, pot-bellied pigs, a children’s petting zoo and an aviary.
There is also a fantastic walled garden and a huge Victorian greenhouse to explore, as well as a children’s play area to experience.
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