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Visitor Reviews - Invercoe Highland Holidays

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Invercoe Highland Holidays
Invercoe
Glencoe
Argyll   (Browse area)
PH49 4HP   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01855 811210

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Pitches: 60
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 70 Reviews
              9/10 from 70 Reviews


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Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Ellabella 2 reviews from this member

1st visit to this campsite and well impressed with it! clean toilets and shower facilities were great.

Kids played at park and waterfront all day so happy days! the owner was friendly and was going round campsite regularly on his bike making sure all was ok.

would definitely go back. The views from tent were fantastic

Good value for money

Shop on site sold the basics and not at inflated prices either

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Eric the Yellow 2 reviews from this member

We stayed one night in a motorhome on a hard standing pitch facing the water. The arrival and welcome was good and since this was our first experience of motorhome camping their explanations about what to do were clear and friendly.

We particularly impressed with the mains water hook up alongside the power (which we didn't find on any subsequent sites).

It appears a very family friendly campsite but wasn't overrun by children.

The nearby village is small and quite but is a good base from which to explore the area.

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Bob the Builder 9 reviews from this member

The site is easy to find, just donít go past it! After turning right off the main A82 in the small village of Glencoe, you cross a river bridge and the entrance is on the left immediately after the end of the bridge - you need to start slowing down on the bridge.

On pulling up, the scenery takes your breath away, itís just stunning. We had reserved a fully serviced waterfront pitch and, as the reception was closed, there were a few minutes hesitation on what to do next. But the owner soon appeared and directed us to a separate, lower section of the site. It was a lovely wide pitch backing up to a wall and verge, on a hardstanding like a loose old road. The electric, tap and drain were well positioned. You will definitely need rock pegs if putting an awning up and it was still a good workout getting these in!

We stayed 6 nights at this great site. The staff were all very helpful, nothing was too much trouble and it was all fairly laid back. I had been worried about clouds of midges but I saw virtually none in all this time. Maybe we were just lucky but there are the midge eater machines on site and another site in the woods nearby was suffering, apparently.

Highlights in the area were the Clachaig Inn for food, Isles of Glencoe hotel for lunch which includes a free swim at their indoor pool - good if it is wet outside. A canoe trip on the loch was good value from Lochaber Watersports. The Nevis range near Fort William is recommended - we rode the Gondola up Aonach Mor, and did the High Wire Adventure ropes course. The walk to Steall waterfall in Glen Nevis is good too - drive right to the end of the Glen road before parking, it does become single track with passing places but keep going to the car park at the end and start the walk from there.

All in all, a great site in a beautiful area. The complete silence during a still night is eerie but adds to the overall atmosphere of the place.

Date of Visit: June 2013 Unit:  Trailer Tent Rating:
Reviewer: AlisonBob 5 reviews from this member

Just back from 5 night stay at this site.

Site is well kept, toilet block was always clean. Surprised by the number of European nationalities which was good to see.

Mostly Caravan and Moterhomes with a few tents

Shop on site was open morning and evening selling a few essentials.

Larger Shop in the village.

Looking at the pitch markers think it could be quite packed during high season.

Three midgeeaters were installed whilst we were on site, we left very shortly after the installation so can't verify there effectiveness.

Take some Smidge just in case.

The views are to die for

Date of Visit: April 2013 Unit:  Other Rating:
Reviewer: Grapefruitmoon 22 reviews from this member

We stayed in a POD (Frodo) for one night midweek during the Easter school holidays. The Pod has a fridge, microwave, kettle, heater, TV and a handheld hoover! It cost £39 for the four of us which I thought was good value, considering it would have cost £26 with our tent! It was a bit of a squash though, with the four of us, and the beds are narrow and short. Would have had more room in the tent. There is a large decking area with tables and chairs which was great. Can hear cars as they pass on the road behind the pods although there weren't many. The views around the site are spectacular especially as we were there during blue skies and sunshine and the mountains had snow.

The site is smaller than I expected and is popular with caravans and camper vans. There is a C&CC feel to the place. The toilets are spacious and very clean. The showers are fabulous - plenty room, hooks, shelves, stool, adjustable. Our kids spent some time in the playground. Space for football. There is a stony beach just outside the campsite which is good for skimming stones. Across the road and into the forest there is a lovely walk up the hill and around the Lochan. The folk museum in the town is small and quirky.

The 'owners' were polite and friendly. The shop was shut.

Probably wouldn't come with the tent as it's too expensive and a bit clinical for our taste. However would recommend the Pod and great setting and access for large campervans and caravans. I think would be good for campers with very young kids - the babychanging room looked good and well equipped.

Date of Visit: October 2012 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Briary 12 reviews from this member

Have passed this area often over the years on the way home from further north and always say we must visit this site sometime. Well I wish we had visited sooner because what a gem this is! Spotless toilets and showers, great pitch, very friendly staff and fantastic views from every window!

Safe Cycle routes a plenty and has many interesting areas within walking cycling or car distance. Bus service we believe to be excellent too. Wifi available for small charge. Loved this site and will definitely return. Many thanks.

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