Park update regarding Coronavirus
28 March 2020
During these unprecedented times we thank all our customers for their continued and valued support.
We remind all our customers including static owners, seasonal tourers, tourers and campers our Park is closed following government rules.
We understand customers will be wanting an update on visiting your holiday home/tourer on the Park, your existing booking(s) and future bookings. However, following government guidelines and not risking staff health we have a limited number of staff addressing your calls and emails. We also have staff working remotely.
You will therefore understand we have lots of customers and queries to deal with, so please be patient, we will get back to everyone as soon as we can. It will take some time to address all your queries.
We thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.
Stay at Home and Stay Safe.
21 March 2020
These are unprecedented times. We all have a responsibility to consider not just ourselves but the people of our country, our local community and those on this park.We are having to make decisions and take actions which were unimaginable a few weeks ago.
To this end, we are closing all facilities on our parks with immediate effect.
We are speaking to all customers with holiday accommodation and touring bookings in the next few days to arrange alternative dates when the crisis is over.
We ask our private owners and seasonal tourers to be sensitive to the views and needs of the local community and NHS and to not stay in their holiday home at this time. For those already here, you need to consider leaving at your earliest convenience. If there is any reason why you cannot leave, you need to discuss that with us now.
We are expecting the Government to give us more guidance very shortly. We expect a clear message that holiday parks must not stay open for business.
We will be making every effort to ensure our staff are looked after during this period.
Please call or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you require assistance. We ask those ringing the office to be mindful of the emotional strain our team are under, as we try to help you in the best way we can.
We will keep you updated on our Facebook page.
Thank you for the patience, kindness and understanding you’ve shown us. We hope to see you after this crisis to celebrate our landmark 50th birthday this year. Wishing you and your loved ones all the best. Be safe
Welcome to Seaward Holiday Park
Seaward Holiday Park became part of the family business in autumn 1979. This small exclusive park has inspiring views over Kirkcudbright Bay to Ross Island and its lighthouse. The beach and the sound of the sea are on your doorstep with charming towns and villages nearby.
- Heated outdoor swimming pool
- Children’s amusements
- Outdoor children’s play area
- Onsite shop
Our pet friendly park has excellent touring, glamping and camping facilities as well as holiday homes and mini lodges to let.
There’s a seasonal heated outdoor swimming pool for the family to enjoy, children’s amusements and television room as well as an outdoor children’s play area.
Our small shop stocks newspapers (on order), some food essentials and gifts as well as gas bottles. Our friendly staff are happy to help and provide you with local tourist information
This lovely park is just two and a half miles from the picturesque artists’ town of Kirkcudbright where you can explore its harbour, art galleries and castle ruins.
Seaward is a pet friendly park. There is a fenced area nearest the road side where man’s best friend can safely run, enjoy the environment and find rabbits to chase.
Your dog can enjoy the nearby beach at Dhoon Bay and swim in the sea as well as scrabble over the rocky coast line on your door step.
Remember to pick up your dog’s poo, the on-site shop stocks the appropriate bags if you have forgotten to bring some. Some children and adults are scared of dogs so we ask that dogs are kept on the lead in the park.