Loudoun Castle (Ayrshire) Reviews
Description:It's a grrreat day out for the whole family with rides and entertainment to suit all ages. Galston, Ayrshire, KA4 8PE. ... more
Newest Review: ... to be limited to hotdogs, greasy burgers and greasy chips. (also expensive) Staff not looking to happy would have been better with asylum seekers working in the place. lot o the rides were breaking down or just not open. (could have let you know before purchasing ticket). only about 12 animals at McDougals farm area even they looked depressed. Web site advertises wide selection of hot food ... more
Customer Loudoun Castle (Ayrshire) Reviews (6)
by hazel knight - written on 24/07/10
Went there today with my partner, our 3yr old and our 5yr old, we payed £48 for the three of us as our 3yr old was free. We were very pleased with the staff who were polite and friendly. the stunt dive show was spectacular. the rides were great and we had a fab time. Some of the rides were restricted so our 3yr old wasnt able to go on some of the rides her brother went on which was a shame but she still had a great time and was able to go on many rides. we will definitley be back again maybe in a year when they will get on more things. But apart from that it was brilliant. Food prices were very reasonable and very nice. Cant fault it at all.
by craig - written on 20/06/10
louden castle £48.00 entrance fee for family of three. too expensive as not enough fast scary rides for the adults and older kids. food seemed to be limited to hotdogs, greasy burgers and greasy chips. (also expensive) Staff not looking to happy would have been better with asylum seekers working in the place. lot o the rides were breaking down or just not open. (could have let you know before purchasing ticket). only about 12 animals at McDougals farm area even they looked depressed. Web site advertises wide selection of hot food like burger with or without cheese, and chips with or without cheese. Would i go back hell NO save your money. Only reason i went was for the .. Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/10
Went there with a deal on the entry price - paid £25 for 2 adults and 3 children. If I'd have paid any more, I'd have felt seriously disappointed. This is not a venue for Value for Money - food very poor quality, lack of healthy eating choices - i.e. if you don't like chips and hotdogs at £5 you'll be disappointed. Watch out for the optional extras rides in which the pocket money disappears ie. go karts/football goals/knock down the cans. Like to see a few more mature faces working with the very young operational team though to drive through health & safety being adhered to on the rides. Serious lack of clean toilets and baby changing facilities. Take a picnic, check the weather forecast and use the Tesco or other vouchers and you'll enjoy yourselves.
by - written on 11/06/09 (Useful, 165 readings)
we went last year in July with our freinds who were good enough to treat us to this nice day out and it didnt cost them any money because they used Tesco vouchers which was really kind of them. Its in a really beautiful setting of an old castle. It was also one of the few nice days we had last summer. The first thing we went on was a loop the loop roller coaster, most people went on apart from me and one of the young ones who was too short. They all loved it. There was then go carts which werent included in the price(most rides are) The go carts were a bit old and dated but everything else was in good working order. The chairaplains were the biggest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/08, updated on 22/08/08 (Very useful, 989 readings)
We recently went to Craig Tara in Ayrshire, Scotland for a family holiday and chose to spend a day at Loudon Castle. I looked it up online and there seemed to be a fair amount of rides coupled with some shows so it looked like it would be suitable for adults, teenagers and a younger child. The best bit was it appeared in that lovely Tesco list of days out, where you are able to exchange your Tesco vouchers at four times their value for days out vouchers. £20.00 of Tesco vouchers therefore got me £80.00 worth of tickets into Loudon which covered the gate fees. (Now that's a bargain for unlimited rides and three shows for 5 people) My only worry ... Read the complete review