Home

   Log in or Register


Insurance Quotes
forums Campsite Search Comp Directory tips virtual brochure Profile
Tent and Awning Reviews Competitions Caravans and Motorhomes For Sale Shopping Diary Contact Us

Visitor Reviews - Faichemard Farm

  Campsite and Caravan Park Search > UK > Scotland > Highlands > Site Reviews

Faichemard Farm
Camping Site
Faichemard
Invergarry
Highlands   (Browse area)
PH35 4HG   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01809 501314

Facilities:  (Key)
          

Nearby: (within x miles)
5m  5m  1m 5m  10m  10m   10m  5m 
Featured Site

Pitches: 35
Open: April To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 65 Reviews
              9/10 from 65 Reviews


Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes 

Photos (6)

Reviews:  65 in total, now showing 1 to 6                 Previous 6          Next 6
Jump to Page   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11  

Submit your own Review for a chance to Win 100!
Win 100Submit a review of this site for your chance to win 100 of Caravan Club vouchers or 100 of Amazon vouchers, courtesy of this month's sponsor, The Caravan Club. Join The Club from just 48 per year to enjoy access to over 2,700 sites, exclusive member benefits and site special offers.

Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Bjames839 13 reviews from this member

We spent 2 days here on the way up North to Durness, and 1 night on the way back down. We took the 2 days as we wanted to 're-do' the lovely riverside walk which we did last year, and we weren't disappointed, it was just as special as we remembered. Very friendly and helpful couple running the site. They allowed us to ring on our return leg to confirm our pitch so we could just pitch up and sort payment out after. Once we'd spent our couple of days, it made us realise what a special little place this was last year. We did loads of walks, including the Loch Oich circuit, Ben Tee, and the Loch Lochy Munroes. Don't be put off by the 'touristy' feel of the towns and villages nearby, (unless that's your thing), there's plenty to do besides all that too, and if simply relaxing is your preferred option, you'll be hard pressed to find a more relaxed and peaceful site anywhere else in Scotland, lovely, (though the midgies can be impressive at times!). One minor gripe would be that only 1 shower each for ladies and gents on the bottom field is maybe a little short, though we never had to queue, and another would be the pressure in the water tap. Slightly annoying when the midgies are out in force. Great little site though, beautifully landscaped with a natural feel and very nice owners. Highly recommended. We wish there were more over 18's sites in the Highlands.

Date of Visit: July 2016 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Keithscribe 1 review from this member

Peaceful, clean, well run, lots of space, fabulous views, walks possible straight from the site. Helpful information at check-in. Pub a good way off and no shop nearby. No problem from midges when we visited - but maybe we were lucky. Ideal site for peacefully unwinding and visiting lochs, hills and Nevis - though we were just passing through and only stayed one night, it would have been lovely to have stayed longer.

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Bjames839 13 reviews from this member

We stayed here for nearly 2 weeks in August this year for my 50th. As mentioned in previous reviews the site is well spaced out and scenic. The owner even loaned us out an enormous tv aerial which enabled us to get reception, though I think this drew some unapproving glances from some other campers walking past. We walked up Ben Tee, did the Loch Lochy Munroes, did the rib boat trip from Fort Augustus, (awesome), and generally had a good time while we were there. What let the site down for me wasn't the midges, it was the ticks. We have a white dog so thankfully they show up on him, but in simply walking him with me to the bins and back he managed to pick up 3 of the little biters, and I also ended up with one on my midriff. He must have ended up with more than 20 on him over the 2 weeks we were there. Frontlining your pet is a must! (Other treatments are available!). I felt sorry for the people there with dark dogs as they wouldn't be as easily noticed, and even sorrier for those in tents. We definitely plan to go back, but probably a shorter stay on our way 'up North'.

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: PHolds 8 reviews from this member

Lovely campsite. Good well mown flat pitches. Lots of midges, take your face net or be eaten alive. Toilets, showers and washing facilities very good.

Pub up the road very good for food and decent beer. The distance to the pub is probably too much of a walk and the return to the campsite is steep climb.

Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Nessmanuk 8 reviews from this member

An amazing find. Boooked in unexpectedy to be greeted with a very warm, friendly welcome. Site is fabulous with none of the usual rows of vans - in fact a bit difficult to see anyone else on site the pitches are so secluded and private. No children allowed but given the layout and terrain of the site I think this is a very wise move. Toliets/showers etc all up to a very high standard. Highly recommended and am sure I will be returning in the not too distant future.

Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Cjeager 9 reviews from this member

Visited this site in mid-July and had a great time. We selected it originally because of the kind of site (farm), the location and the favourable reviews on here. This is another favourable review.

Everything about it was lovely (apart from the midges). The site is easy to find and when you arrive everything is well maintained and well organised. The picnic tables are a really nice touch. The showers and toilets were always clean and the water was always hot. There is no noise apart from the wildlife and no light pollution. The midges were a minor irritant, but once the breeze got up a bit (and I do mean a bit not gale force) they vanished. The pitches are generous in size and parking is by the pitch. The owners were very helpful and everything went smoothly. There are electric hookups to some pitches but we don't have one.

We saw several deer round the site - nearly bumped in to one the night we arrived (somebody needs to teach them the green cross code!) and there was a variety of different birds (we are not experts we don't know what they were - little ones and big ones basically).

Being in a valley the site is well protected from wind, apparently we had some one night, but I never noticed it.

Locally, the hotel in the village sells a range of Scotch whisky and some pretty average beer and lager. The food is supposed to be very good, but we didn't eat there. The shop at the Well of the Seven Heads does a stonking breakfast roll and a decent cup of tea - eat in or take away. Fort Augustus is quite close, Fort William a bit further but is larger. Lots to do in the local area; Nevis Range Gondola - not cheap but a good day out, the steam train to Mallaig via Glenfinnan (and viaduct) was too pricey for us, but you can do that trip a lot cheaper by Scotrail from Fort William.

We seldom do a repeat visit to a campsite (only twice, ever in umpteen years), but this may well make our third 'repeater' we still haven't seen and done everything we wanted to do and it is such a great site why wouldn't we want to go back?

Previous     65 Reviews in total, now showing 1 to 6      Next

Save to Virtual Brochure  Add this Site to your Virtual Brochure                                Share  Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook

Submit a Review for a chance to Win 100!
Sponsored by the Caravan ClubSubmit a review to UKCampsite.co.uk of any caravan park or campsite for your chance to win your choice of 100 of Caravan Club vouchers or 100 of Amazon vouchers, courtesy of this month's sponsor, The Caravan Club. Join The Club from just 48 per year to enjoy access to over 2,700 sites, exclusive member benefits and site special offers.

If you've visited this site, then please submit a review for a chance to win.

Try our town listings   -   Other Sites in Highlands   -   Search for a site

Follow us on Facebook!
You can now follow UKCampsite.co.uk on Facebook! Keep abreast of the latest news and updates much more easily. Simply click here then click on the Like button!

Latest News, Discounts and Competitions   see all...
50 Tickets for the NEC Oct Motorhome & Caravan Show Win a Clarke IG2000 2kW Generator

Upcoming Event!
UKCS Meet Beat at Tencreek 60s Weekend, Cornwall - 14th to 16th October
A Sounds of the Swinging Sixties long weekend concert with camping on site ...more

All reviews and comments are the personal opinion of the review author only , and as such do not represent the view of the UK Camp Site.co.uk.

The facilities shown on this website are a guide only, and you should check with the campsite direct before making any booking. The UKCampsite.co.uk will not be held responsible for any errors or omissions


5118 Visitors online !

Free UKCampsite.co.uk Window Sticker  -  Recommend to Friend  -  Pensions Auto-enrolment

[Message Forums]  [Caravan Sites & Camping]  [Company Listings]  [Features / Advice]  [Virtual Brochure]  [Shop!]
[Reception]  [Competitions]  [Caravans & Motorhomes For Sale]  [Event Diary]  [Contact Us]  [Tent Reviews

Please note we are not responsible for the content of external sites & any reviews represent the author's personal view only. Please report any error here. You may view our privacy and cookie policy here. All copyrights & other intellectual property rights in the design and content of this web site are reserved to the UKCampsite.co.uk © 1999 - 2016






0.1140