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Just finished driving the NC500 in my motorhome 8 days of wonderful scenery some great caravan sites. Highlight was going down the Balach An Ba at Applecross was not recommended for motorhomes but i did it anyway was a real challenge but an experience i...More
Fabulous dog friendly campsite.Very helpful and friendly staff. Site was immaculate. Hot showers. Clean toilets. Shop very well stocked!spent 3 glorious days with family on the beach snorkelling, kayaking and messing about. Only regret was having to leave
Stopped off here whilst on the North Coast 500 route and it was our favourite stay. This campsite has so much to offer including a welcoming reception, well stocked shop, cafe, wifi, massive kids park, showers/bath, hair dryer, toilets, social area (sofas and benches), sockets...More
An amazing location for camping. A very relaxed site with good facilities amazing views and a fantastic beach. Stayed for 3 days, could've stayed longer.
Good wee shop, on site restaurant and a play park.
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."