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Visitor Reviews - Milton Of Fonab Caravan Site

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Milton Of Fonab Caravan Site
Bridge Road
Pitlochry
Perthshire   (Browse area)
PH16 5NA   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01796 472882

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Pitches: 155
Open: March To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 52 Reviews
              8/10 from 52 Reviews


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Date of Visit: September 2011 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Fiona W 126 reviews from this member

Stayed 2 nights to minimise the cost of attending a conference at a nearby hotel.

Positives: We were put beside and below the road: a bit noisy with traffic when the Theatre finished, but the short cut up the bank was handy if slippy.

Outlook onto the row of (mostly unoccupied) statics wasn't pretty, but the grass was kept neat and the surrounding hills are an attractive view.

Toilet block is dated but the floor was always wet with bleach when I went, so it's kept clean if smelling institutional. In a block next door there were individual rooms with toilet and bath, or toilet and shower, which would suit people wanting privacy.

We said on check-in that we had a dog - there is a dog area on site but you have to ask, you're not told about it and it's not shown on the site map; the back road south or left immediately outside the gate was quiet enough and closer.

Pitlochry has lots of good walks - some start in, or enjoy, the grounds of the Atholl Palace Hotel; others skirt the golf course up in the hills. Pitlochry shops will fill an afternoon easily. We had one fabulous autumn afternoon to play golf at Pitlochry golf club (welcoming, good food, stunning views).

Negatives: When booking, the site wanted a hefty deposit to deter a no-show. Odd that you can't pay by credit card on arrival, at such a large site - you need more cash than you'd normally carry if you're staying any length of time, or find your cheque book.

Too many signs threatening that you'd be 'expelled' from the site for various trivial misdemeanour's: very heavy-handed, but we saw no-one patrolling anyway. Mobile phone coverage varied from nil to unreliable: a bit of a nuisance as we couldn't contact people at the conference. We sent a text late afternoon that got delivered in the middle of the night, so we weren't popular!

The acid test is whether we'd stay here next year, and yes we would as it's convenient.

Date of Visit: September 2011 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Wsseaman 54 reviews from this member

Stayed here one night, cost was £20. 50 for 2 adults, 2 dogs and elec which we felt was a little high considering it was late Sept.

A big site with a lot of statics and lots of site rules posted up everywhere! Our original pitch was allocated overlooking the backs of the statics but we managed to find an alternative pitch which gave us some lovely views.

We found the site to be a bit unfriendly towards dogs, with notices everywhere asking you not to let your dog foul anywhere on site. Similarly, there is no dog walk on site either.

We were told there was a nearby recreation ground we could let the dogs run on but it had just been used for an event and was extremely muddy so this wasn't an option.

It was a short walk into Pitlochry which is a very nice town. We would not stay here again having 2 dogs.

Date of Visit: September 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Stuart l 62 reviews from this member

Stopped here for three nights on way from far north. Our third visit. Given a pitch at the far end of the site opposite the tent area - where our son was pitched. Lovely open outlook if a bit exposed. Site facilities are good, although there is only one Chemical Disposal Point at the top of the site for over 170 pitches. It was a long walk from our pitch at the other end of the site!

Pitlochry town is a ten minute walk from the site and offers a good selection of shops and restaurants. (Can recommend Victoria's - not cheap - but good!). The town is still living to some extent on its Victorian splendor with the main street buildings having covered walkways with hanging baskets adding a touch of colour. Oh yes, almost forgot, it boasts two distilleries and a micro-brewery!

The Festival Theatre hosts some top rated acts, whilst a drink at the Port na Craig Inn opposite is very pleasant. Continue with a walk alongside the salmon leap, then through the power station over the dam and you come out at the top of the town. There are also several pleasant short walks around the town and area.

Alas the weather did what it often does - rained after two days - for 36 hours solid. Having been marooned when the Tay burst its banks on a previous visit, we decided to head south a day early. There was no refund, so our stay had cost a net of £32 a night!

This is a good site in a lovely town giving access to a picturesque area - if you get good weather. We will come back - but will check the weather forecast first!

Date of Visit: August 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Elder13 1 review from this member

This is a fantastic site I head here loads of times per year. The staff are very good and better once they get to know you. A home from home for me and looking forward to heading there in April. Ideal walking distance to the town only ten minutes.

Date of Visit: June 2011 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Ruthven64 9 reviews from this member

Lovely well kept site on the edge of Pitlochry with just a short walk to town, the theatre, the river, the famous salmon ladder and dam and Loch Faskally. Excellent facilities, very clean, not too far from any of the pitches and even has rooms with a bath!

Very well stocked shop which seemed to open early and shut late and very friendly helpful staff.

Only one wee minus for us. Our pitch was close to the shop and the site entrance so we were aware of traffic coming and going and woken early by the arrival of the baker's van and the slamming of his van doors.

Not sure if this would suit families with children as there didn't appear to be anything for them to do on site.

Date of Visit: April 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Sharronm1 2 reviews from this member

A definite 10/10 site will be back only stayed for a night but wished wed stayed longer.

Took 3 kids and two dogs and we all loved it.

Peace and quiet, well maintained. The best loos and showers I've ever seen.

Worth the money for us at £23.00 a night, been to other sites paying this much and this is the best yet.

Beautiful scenery and weren't all crammed in plenty of room around van and everyone was really nice.

kids loved the little stream and the ducks and my dogs loved the walk in the forest 2 minutes up the road.

Shops, pubs and restaurants pricey in pitlochry but there's a chippy which serves huge chips on the main street which we loved.

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