Our chalets have recently been refurbished and feature newly decorated interiors and modern fixtures and soft furnishings. The spacious living rooms contain a 2-piece suite and foot stool for your comfort as well as a flat screen TV. The kitchens are equipped with everything you will need to cook up a storm, including a large fridge freezer, cutlery, utensils and crockery. We supply everything that you need, the only item we don't supply is towels.
2 bedrooms with 2 single beds in each
Open plan living room, kitchen and dining area, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom with shower
This home is not suitable for those with disabilities. Please contact us to arrange a home more suitable.
Coming from South & West M74 Hamilton, to M73 on to M8 (Glasgow North). Exit M8 at Junction 11, and follow signs for Stepps (A80 Cumbernauld and Stirling). After 1/2 mile turn right into Loch Road. Carry straight through housing estate to small roundabout, the park is straight in front of you. Part of the Red Deer Village Development, enter through security gate, if closed press intercom & follow instructions, to camping area. (Caravan Park is sign posted from Junction 11).
Coming from the North M80 follow signs for Glasgow, exit Junction 3, and follow signs for Stepps to Crowwood roundabout, take 3rd exit on to A80, follow for about 1 mile through Stepps, turn left into Loch Road. Thereafter follow instruction as above. (Caravan Park is sign posted from Junction 3).
Car parking bay outside property
Stepps is situated around five miles to the North-East of Glasgow and only 48 miles from the stunning, historic capital city of Edinburgh. It is also only 21 miles from Stirling with its castle and stunning Wallace monument. All 3 cities offer culture, historic monuments, theatres, and art galleries in abundance. Stepps also acts as a natural gateway to the North allowing easy driving access towards Loch Lomond, The Trossachs and Scotland’s various national parks and mountain ranges.
The village of Stepps is twinned with Les Marches in the Savoie region of France and even has its own Stepps community website. It has two churches, Stepps Parish and St Josephs, a pharmacy, dental care centre, a doctors surgery, local shops, hairdressers and beauty parlour, restaurants, local bars and a Bannatyne’s gym. Train and bus links makes Stepps an easy commuter base for travelling.