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Visitor Reviews - Invercoe Highland Holidays

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Invercoe Highland Holidays
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 82 Reviews
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Date of Visit: October 2015 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Inlimine 1 review from this member

Very nice location, very friendly and helpful owner.

We just wanted to stay one night, but because the weather was bad and the location was perfect for day trips moved into one of the two hobbit houses and stayed 4 days. These tiny houses are really great.

Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Trevor + Jo 52 reviews from this member

We chose Invercoe as an overnight stop-over en route from Salisbury to The Outer Hebrides. We arrived late afternoon and departed the next morning so didn't really check out all the facilities in full. We were fortunate enough to enjoy superb weather for our journey down to Glencoe and the views and sunset from the campsite down the loch and the mountainous backdrop are absolutely stunning.

The site is level, well maintained and the toilet block is clean and tidy. The Clachaig Inn (3 miles up road) is very popular and has a good selection of beers.

This site certainly suited our purpose and we could have happily stayed longer.

Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Neil684 11 reviews from this member

We came back for yet another visit to this lovely site. The views are spectacular, Loch Leven in front with wonderful sunsets over Ardgour and the Glencoe mountains behind. The facilities are good and clean, the staff friendly and helpful and there are pubs and shops nearby. Good dog walking in the woods across the road from the site. There is plenty to do from the site, serious climbing, boating on the loch and walking in the forest. Further afield are Oban and Fort William. The only caveat is that the site is in Glencoe so rain and midges are a possibility.

We will certainly be back.

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Gibsoneerja 7 reviews from this member

A breathtakingly beautiful location - lovely views of the Glencoe mountains and set on the banks of Loch Leven.

Owners very friendly and helpful. We were offered a choice of 4 pitches on arrival and then left alone in peace to make up our own minds! Fantastic value as well. 3 of us with a large family tent and awning was 29 per night.

The site is well maintained and was bearing up under the strain of what had been a few weeks of pretty rotten wet weather. Facilities were all clean and well kept with no queues for showers or washing up space. Launderette on site is handy with 2 huge 'industrial' driers which dried up our wet hiking gear in no time at all.

Area is fantastic for walking, climbing, cycling and water sports. Can highly recommend Mark at the Isles of Glencoe hotel for kayaking, paddle-boarding etc.

Take insect repellent though; even with the midge machines, the little blighters are abundant and relentless. If you have an insect door on your tent, keep it closed as much as you can!

Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Nuventure 4 reviews from this member

We arrived early evening without booking, found a pitch as instructed on the notice board at the entrance to the site. The warden called round as we were setting up, asked if we needed anything. Next morning the warden called again to tell us that if we wanted a better view we could move when a pitch became vacant. The staff were helpful and very pleasant. The facilities were clean and modern. The views of the mountains and loch, fabulous. The site is handy for Glen Coe village, and worth more than a stop over.

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: NickFW 3 reviews from this member

Just arrived home from Invercoe. Lovely site, well maintained and has everything you could possibly need. Unfortunately we had rain on arrival, rain on first night, rain second day, rain second night and you guessed it rain the last morning. The sun came out and the boy next to us was having a BBQ as we were leaving. Just our luck!

Other than the weather the only other thing that killed me was the Jacobite Midge. Aggressive wee blighter who preys on the blood of innocent campers. Don't get me wrong the campsite has midge machines and if you are organised you will take a good citronella burner and that helps a lot.

Well there's the bad things out of the way. As you can see the owners can't control the weather or nature but what is in their control is cleanliness, hot water, facilities, spacious pitches, plenty of water and disposal points. They do a great job with all these things.

When we arrived with our three chihuahuas we were advised to take a grass pitch instead of the hard standing shore pitch (which was lovely) that we booked. We had a pen and windbreakers for the dogs so the hard standing wouldn't have worked. The pitch we ended up on was perfect, although I would try and arrive early to get the front row next time above the shore pitches. The views are delightful. We walked the dogs down the shore pitch and watched the seals perform a swim by. Brilliant.

We went to Oban, Tralee Bay and a wee drive through the local roads which I know quite well.

Went to an old skiing haunt. The Clachaig. This place has gone right down hill food wise but still has it as a pub. We should have taken the owners advice and tried the Laroch instead but I wanted The Clachaig.

Would I go back to his site??? Yes, but as discussed with the owner id want the weather to be dry and maybe take a rod and reel with me next time. Shop could open a wee bit longer at night but there's plenty about off site.

Overall excellent value and although there were a few kids they were all well behaved and the wee swing park on site keeps them occupied.

There aren't many places beat the Glencoe area, if you fancy stunning views, plenty of walks, sports and good hospitality then hook up your caravan and drive it to Invercoe.

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