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This was my very first camping trip ever, and we took our 3yo grandson and two labradors with us, the facilities were great so clean, there was even coin operated hair straighteners! Showers were warm and powerful. A fabulous swing park /adventure playground for all...More
We visited this week and were pleasantly surprised. From our initial enquiry to arrival, pitching up and exploring, everything was easy, accessible and stress free (well apart from setting up the tents in the wind). The facilities are some of the best that we have...More
spent a week in a static caravan (no5 Maree) from 24th August. beautiful caravan. spotlessly clean, beautiful views. great base to drive to different areas and walks and the scenery out of this world. well stocked shop and seemed to be a friendly relaxed place....More
Spent two nights here at the end of August and can't fault it. The relaxed nature of the site means you find your own pitch but there is acres of space and you are a long way from nearest neighbours. The cafe is excellent and...More
Top notch location and facilities. Hard to get to and the midges can be a pain but well worth seeking out none the less. The beach is great, good shop, the stars at night are amazing and the restaurant is particularly good ! I can...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
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"If you are camping, try and find a well protected spot out of the wind."