This is a fantastic site as everyone else has said, it's location is stunning, and it is immaculately kept, everything is spotless, my only complaint would be the midges, but hey ho I did go to Scotland in September. When we do go back to Glencoe, this is where we will be staying
We stayed at this site for 11 nights, as it was a base to see all the sights. We did think that the owners were great as we had asked on the booking form for a loch side view, which we got. And what a view it was just amazing. When we got there we were put on a hardstanding pitch. The grass next to us was sparse due to the rain. We put up the awning and put down our very expensive breathable groundsheet. The owner came around a few days later and followed me into the doorway of our awning, he asked us to take up our groundsheet as it wasnt breathable (his words), so we took up as much as possible. Though when it rained we had a stream running through. The night before we left he came again and said we had ruined his grass and again went on about the groundsheet. His parting words were that he would have to re turf. My husband and I were upset as we have never left a pitch in a mess, and have always been careful. The reason it was like it was, was due to the rain and then us stepping out of the caravan. Anyway, about everything else. The site is in a beautiful setting. The pitches were set apart, plenty of water points. The toilets were fairly clean, though the sinks were dirty. The showers were on a timer and would go off after 20 seconds so had to keep pressing the button. The showers were dirty even after they had been cleaned, which was a shame. There is a shop on site which the kids used a lot. The laundry was £3 for the washing machine and 50p for about 30 mins for the tumble dryer. It is 15 miles to Fort William, where there is a Morrisons and a cheap petrol station. Oban is 35 miles away, which is a lovely town, lots of shops and lots of big supermarkets. We went to Plockton and passed a lovely church with the most amazing view at Glen Finnan. Glen Finnan has the train station where Harry Potter got off the train to go to Hogwarts. Plockton was 2 hours away, though the journey had the most amazing scenery. Plockton was wonderful and we went on Callums boat cruise, that made our holiday as Callum and his partner were friendly and very funny. About 10 miles from the site is the car ferry, it takes 5 mins to get across the loch at the cost of £5.20, on the other side we drove for approx 40 miles to get the car ferry to the Isle of Mull, this ferry runs every hour up til 7pm. The only thing is all the roads are windy and some are single track roads, but just gives you the chance to enjoy the scenery and take it easy. We wont be going back to this campsite though due to the owner.
Seriously nice site! We were originally booked into Glencoe site spent one night no telly reception ,wet,midgies biting,dull site then we found Invercoe what a contrast! Very relaxed friendly owners lots of foreign people vans and tents mixed in- a really good atmosphere. Just pick your pitch and the owner will find you to pay. No need to wait around or be told where to go some pitches reserved with wee notices but otherwise first come first served. Fantastic view down the loch with the mountains all around site shop for essentials Spar in walking distance. Spotless toilet block lots of hook ups and water points grass and hard pitches and best of all midgie eaters! Perhaps not for those seeking solitary splendour and rigid rules it is so laid back its horizontal! We are total novices and had such a good time it is so well placed for Fort William, Oban, Corran Ferry and a fab wee cafe at Castle Stalker which was Castle Aaaaaaarrrrrrgh in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. We will go again soon.
Fantastic - a beautiful location, stunning scenery. The toilet block was spotless with piping hot showers and lots of them. I can't recommend the site enough, the owners were extremely helpful and couldn't do enough for me.
The Clachaig Inn, about a mile away, serves fantastic real ale, a cracking haggis, neeps and tatties and quite often has live music on.
July 2005 Great site! Couldn't ask for a better setting, all facilities were very good and above all clean. The Warden was very helpful and friendly and didn't mind stopping for a chat. A reasonably quiet site where you can sit back, relax and take in the scenery. Well recommended, and we will definitely be back.
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