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Visitor Reviews - Inverewe Gardens Camping And Caravanning Club Site

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Inverewe Gardens Camping And Caravanning Club Site
Highlands   (Browse area)
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Tel: 01445 781249

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Pitches: 55
Open: 01 Apr - 26 Oct

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 41 Reviews
              8/10 from 41 Reviews

Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes 

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Date of Visit: October 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: GMST 6 reviews from this member

Beautiful site, perfectly located at end of Loch Ewe. We were really impressed on arrival with the beautifully manicured site. We had a lovely pitch with a clear view to the loch.

The welcome was very friendly.

We were planning to stay more than one night till we had our morning shower. The enforced Eco setting ensured the water was barely luke warm. The facilities were clean and smelt lovely.

Hopefully next year the showers will be warm enough to make the morning ablution pleasant. Will call to check before we book.

Satellite tv poor, wifi is limited but available at site office.

Nice dog walks nearby.

Local store was closed on our day of arrival. Sadly the village cafe was closed for the season. So can't comment.

Date of Visit: September 2016 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: NEJane 15 reviews from this member

Stayed on this site, for three nights, a couple of weeks ago. Have to say the location is lovely and, because I chose a non hook up pitch, I was close to the loch without any outfit barring my view. My intention was to visit Inverewe Gardens which are in easy cycling/walking distance. I was not disappointed although the weather could have been better. Site facilities are slightly dated but still fully functional. One advantage, regarding showers, was not having the dreaded push-button operation with fixed temperature - I hate that set up as the water is always too hot for me, give me a good-old fashioned temperature control knob any day. My only gripe; having been a carer for my late husband, who was totally wheelchair dependent, it really annoys me when I know the disabled cubicle is unlocked (as it is on this site). So frustrating when it takes half an hour or more to prepare a special needs person to get along to have a shower, only to find a fully independent person, using it. Supposed to be discrimination against the disabled, by providing keys. Eh? Sorry, special needs is special needs - the clue is in the description. Rant over! I have to say the flower display around the facilities was beautiful! Well done site managers! For a good cycle ride, I would recommend a trip to Cove, along a single track road with beautiful scenery. Don't choose a Wednesday though, if you want to indulge yourself in the lovely coffee shop at the end of that road, that being Bridge Cottage Cafe and Gallery, as it is closed on that day.

Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Earl34 4 reviews from this member

Clean and tidy site with friendly staff. Clean but dated wash/toilet facilities. Tiny cubicles. Lovely location, ideal for walking in the hills when the weather permits. Local pipe band entertained us on the site!

Date of Visit: June 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Snelly54 2 reviews from this member

Our second visit to this site in two years. It's a lovely spot, flat site with a small shop. Wardens are great. The showers and loos are slightly dated but very clean; there's no real need for super-modern facilities!

There is a shop in the village which has just about anything you could need (also contains a post office where you can withdraw cash). Every Tuesday there's a market in the village hall - lots of craft objects, plants, antiques, fresh fruit and veg, bread, meat and fish. They also do bacon butties/scones/cake/coffee/tea.

Some lovely walks nearby.

Inverewe Gardens definitely worth a visit (in walking distance) and it's also worth going to the Perfume Studio and Aroma Café at Mellon Charles - about 7 miles away. It's easily accessible even in a fairly large motorhome and there's plenty of parking. Food and staff both lovely.

There is a strong wartime connection in the area so it's worth seeking out information on it.

Good meal at the local hotel (also in walking distance) - dogs more than welcome.

We were there in mid June and the sunsets were fabulous.

Gairloch has marvellous beaches and they are dog friendly. There's a car park next to the golf club; the clubhouse is open to the public and does light lunches/teas, again the staff are great.

Another site we'll revisit!

Date of Visit: June 2016 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Stokewalker 3 reviews from this member

Stayed here for 2 nights. It's a very pretty if quite small and basic sight but the facilities did their job and I never had to queue for anything, although I did think that the showers were a bit weak in terms of power compared to other sites

Staff very friendly and helpful

Enjoyed a great walk directly from the site around a inland loch just behind the site.

In terms of dining, you either cook your own or walk 10 mins to the Poolewe Hotel which was quite adequate without being flashy in any way. It's also your only real opportunity for internet access.

TV and phone reception were quite minimal, but you may not see that as a bad thing.

The site is right next to the main coast road. You are aware of the traffic during the day, but I was never kept awake at night.

Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Jimsmisses 15 reviews from this member

Just spent five nights at this very pretty site - almost on the shores of Loch Ewe but not quite as quite a busy road intersects site from shoreline.

The site is set out as a garden with pretty shrubs and just enough trees and bird tables here and there.

The staff are friendly. There is a mixture of grass or hardstanding pitches, sadly no fully serviced pitches which always niggles me in this day and age.

Wifi is spasmodic and if you can get it at your pitch you need to buy it which I object to strongly.

The big gripe with this site is the sanitary block which frankly is appalling and needs demolishing and rebuilding.

Yes, it's very clean but. The loo cubicles are so narrow you can hardly turn around, there are no privacy cubicles and very few showers. The showers are dreadful and its all so old fashioned and what I would call Heath Robinson in all respects.

There is a lot of traffic noise from the road.

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