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We visited the site last week and found the park to be in a beautiful spot. It is certainly more for tents and motor homes than caravans as the pitches would be tight if the site was full. Deer visited the golf course and therefore...More
Our first visit to this campsite, caravan site. We advised that we would be arriving of the late ferry with our caravan,two grandchildren, and two dogs. The wardens were waiting to greet us, perfect! A quick check in,told pitch number, and the warden met us...More
The site is spacious so that although it was pretty busy when we stayed we had a sense of privacy on our pitch.
Facilities are modern and clean. The "Basecamp" room is very well equipped with lots of information about what to see and do...More
We stayed here for 2 nights as we were going to the Malt and Music festival at the distillery and we were so impressed with the campsite that we are hoping to come back for a week with our trailer tent later on in the...More
We camped for a week with Alan and carol and we couldn't have been more looked after. They have every facility you need including a fridge for campers and a covered cooking area if the weather turns a bit Scottish. There is even wifi if...More
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Response from kath097, Owner at Lochranza Caravan & Camp SiteResponded 3 weeks ago
Thanks very much for your kind review. Nigel and I (Kathy) own and run the campsite. We are lucky to have fantastic staff in Kev, Carol, Alan and Susan.
Midges started to be around in mid-June this year- it all depends on the weather. They're never around if it's breezy. They disappear at the end of summer. In summer they're only active at dawn and dusk when you can... More
Midges started to be around in mid-June this year- it all depends on the weather. They're never around if it's breezy. They disappear at the end of summer. In summer they're only active at dawn and dusk when you can take steps to avoid them. Midge repellents are generally effective and having a tent with a sewn in midge net is helpful. Hope this helps.
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"Trip advisor thinks this is a hotel! Duh! Its a place for tents and caravans."