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Blair Castle Caravan Park unveils new larger pitches

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Blair Castle Caravan Park, one of Scotland’s top four premier parks has expanded with the addition of five new larger pitches. The park has launched these spaces in time for the start of the season and in response to the growing trend of larger touring vehicles.

These larger pitches will complement the existing offering at the park, which includes 200 spaces and 18 static caravan holiday homes, each are fully serviced with a hard-standing surface. The introduction of the new pitches offers an extra meter totalling 9m, compared to the traditional 8m for the regular spaces.

Situated in the heart of Perthshire, the caravan park offers the perfect escape for families and couples looking to explore the Scottish Highlands. The park has been awarded four-star accreditation from VisitScotland, offering full modern amenities within walking distance. It is located on the doorstep of Blair Castle, guaranteeing visitors plenty to see and do; from taking in the historic sights of the castle to exploring the estate on a Segway tour with local operator, Segway Ecosse.

Julia Sim, Head of Sales and Marketing at Blair Castle and Gardens said:

“We recognise the growing demand for touring vehicles and visitors are increasingly choosing to travel with their own vehicles, which provides them with greater familiarity. The new pitches offer travellers an excellent opportunity to discover Perthshire in luxurious comfort with their own super-size vehicles.

“Our site is well equipped and offers a wide range of facilities and activities to visitors. It’s the perfect spot to unwind, relax and create some memorable adventures in the Scottish Highlands.”

The site opens on 1st March and closes mid-November for the winter season. Super-sized pitches start from £27 per night. To book please contact the reception team on 01796 481263 or email

For more information on Blair Castle Caravan Park or Atholl Estates, please visit

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