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Visited this camping and caravan site in May. A truly lovely location near Gairloch. We had our caravan with us, so based upon this experience I rate the sight 4/5. Only reason being that the 'main' toilet block for people with caravans can be quite...More
Stayed here for a week last summer, wow we were not disappointed. Got a pitch with electric hookup. Toilet block close to us was modern and clean. Right next to the beach, park was great for the kids, well managed campsite. Restaurant was excellent too.
Stayed here with a group of family's in the wigwam camping pods. Was excellent from start to finish. The pods themselves were clean and spacious. We had room to get our travel cot setup for my youngest while my 3 year old,my wife and myself...More
Stayed in a wigwam for 2 nights, basic but comfortable and very clean. The shower block and covered eating area were 1 minute away and were spotless. The views over to Torridon and Skye are fantastic. There is a lovely sandy beach behind the dunes...More
Other campsites have a lot to learn from this one. This was our second stay having stayed here for 1 night in Sept last year. Arriving mid afternoon without having prebooked, we had plenty of choice for an electric pitch for our campervan ending up...More
Hi. Unsure about campfires, you'd have to ask the campsite. The campsite is based beside the beach in an area of outstanding natural beauty, there are loads of places to walk your dogs, just be careful of tics. You can get... More
Hi. Unsure about campfires, you'd have to ask the campsite. The campsite is based beside the beach in an area of outstanding natural beauty, there are loads of places to walk your dogs, just be careful of tics. You can get treatment beforehand so that they will just fall off, the one I use is Frontline. Tics can cause paralyses in dogs. The onsite cafe does takeaway food, if you are looking to eat there though I would suggest booking in advance as it is small and it fills up fast. There are loads of places to eat in Gairloch itself, including a chippy and chinese, although the chinese is incredibly expensive. There are also lots of places that let you take your dog too! I know the Old Inn does. Have a lovely holiday x