We stayed here for two nights, and found the staff on reception very helpful and friendly. We were very lucky with our site as it was hard stand for the van and grass for our drive away awning. There was only one on the whole site and was perfect, there was grass sites but with the combination of hard and soft was great. The toilet blocks were very clean and had everything that you would require. The showers were adjustable for temperature setting, therefore great for children, where some sites that we have visited have been too hot for small children.
This is a great location for visiting the local area, ie Neptunes Steps, the Cairngorms, Glen Coe, with Fort William very close.
We loved this site and would go back, I only gave the Child Friendliness 7 out of 10 as we never really tested it, not at our age but I am sure our grandchildren would love it.
First impressions were great, nice friendly staff, well set out and clean
The wash house was really good, again clean and plenty hot water at all times of day. The roads were quiet even though the place was busy, My mother and father in Law joined us there with their campervan, they got a nice spot with plenty space and not too far from the shower block, Our first night there was good, but unfortunate the next night not so good when we arrived back from our day away we could hardly get to our tent as there had been some many people in put in the same area, we had planned to extend our stay but after the second night decided against it, My kids couldnít sleep as it sounded as if the family in the tents either side of us were in our tents, I know when camping it is going to be a little noisy as it a tent, but to have people less that 3ft from your tent isnít much fun. I know these places have to make money while they can as you canít guaranty the weather in Scotland, but repeat businesses always good as is word of mouth, I wouldnít recommend it in a tent during busy season,
The camper van had no such problems and the caravan area looked as good as well
We decided to try this site after reading the description on UKCampsite. We have stayed in the area before at Glen Nevis park, but the write up was so inviting that we decided to give it a try.
It was a little bit season end on the calendar but the previous 3 weeks in the highlands had been terrific. All sites charged about the same, approx £20 per night so when we got to Linnhe and were charged £40. 50 for two nights, my reaction was 'fine, market price'.
However, it is not the place to go 'Out of season' all the loch side pitches were given over to seasonal pitches. We were sited only in row2(Q) but our view (because of parking instructions) was of the toilet/shower block.
Most of the facilities were closed, and only ONE toilet/shower block was open, with a sign saying UNISEX on the door. Most disturbing! As a middle aged woman I do not want to share my bathing facilities with men, separated by only a formica screen. As I used the toilet, it was obvious that it was a gentleman in the next cubicle, and the same when I took a shower.
We had toured the highlands paying £20 per night with separate facilities for ladies and gentlemen, I don't understand why this site was different.
The only positive about this site is the beach, which is perfect for dog walking.
I will not be returning to this site. In fact if I hadn't have paid for two nights I would have left directly. Luckily we have bathroom facilities in our tourer so I didn't have to use the sites again.
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