Corriefodly Holiday Park - Perthshire
Have you ever turned a corner or walked over the summit of a hill to be greeted by a view that is simply idyllic? When you visit Corriefodly you will get that feeling as soon as you have your first glimpse of this lovely park, cradled between two fir tree-lined hills.
Nestling in the Strathmore Valley on the banks of the River Ardle, Corriefodly has everything you could hope for when looking for that perfect location to spend your leisure time. To the north, the high mountains and popular winter ski slopes of Glenshee and the route to Braemar and to the South, the beautiful Scone Palace worth a visit, where the Kings of Scotland were crowned.
Accommodation and Touring
Corriefodly offers the perfect retreat for a self-catering holiday in our caravan holiday homes or bring your own tourer or motorhome and enjoy some of the most stunning areas of natural beauty to be found in Scotland. We also have a variety of new and used premium quality holiday homes for sale and available pitches with spectacular views of the valley, providing you with an opportunity to own your own holiday haven and have the freedom to come and go when it suits you.
The relaxed atmosphere of this family-run park lends itself to a variety of activities including fishing for trout in the River Ardle which flows through the park. The river banks also provide a pleasant stroll into the village of Bridge of Cally.
Inside, Corriefodly House offers games machines, pool tables, soft play area, a TV lounge and a bar with log fire. At weekends throughout the summer the whole family can enjoy live music, dancing, bingo and ceilidh nights - depending on the weekend programme. We also offer our function room for private parties on request.
To enhance your experience, we have installed Freesat HD in static caravans which offers the choice of over 180 channels in HD. We also have Freesat HD for tourers for a £2 rental fee, reserve online or enquire at the reception.
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Lisa H from Edinburgh