I have read most of the reviews about Sunnyside, and have written one myself, I really dont get the minority concensus that this place is hard to stomach,, what is so diffcult to understand,, it is not a military camp, everyday people try to escape from their everyday lives on holiday, but, think its ok to drag it all with you on holiday,,,,,,wake up,,, this is THE west coast of Scotland, if you want the atmosphere of a holiday camp,,,go there,,,families can go back to the basics of enjoying the natural world around them, in immaculate facilities,with spectacular views,and with great hosts that would and will, do everything they can do make your stay a very memorable one, ok, kids cant kick a ball about,,,big deal,,, theres a beach to die for 1 minute away,, why would you want to, ( unless you want to let the kids loose while you watch Eastenders) maybe youre in the wrong place,,? peace , in different ways, is available to everyone,,lets not spoil it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Sunnyside is a Multi-Award winning family-run site located on 'The Road to the Isles' Coastal Route between the villages of Arisaig and Morar/ Mallaig. A stunning West Highland location with access to one of several white sand beaches along its coastline. An ideal base for exploring the area or, a stopover when touring the Highlands and Islands. Ferry services to The Isle of Skye, Small Isles and Knoydart from Mallaig close by. Luxury facilities, including a heated Toilet Block. Free Wifi and Eco-friendly too . . . David Bellamy 'Gold' Conservation Scheme Award since joining in 2013. New for 2016 - Fully electric vehicle hire for guests. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Sunnyside Croft Touring And Camping Site Arisaig, Scotland