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Visited here for three nights in May 2018 with our tiny Eriba caravan. The couple who run the site, Paul and Christine, were extremely helpful. The site is right on the waterside with amazing views. Pitches are generous sizes. Toilet block, wash up room and...More
Beautiful location directly onto Loch. Facilities good. Dog friendly with areas around for exercise and good walks from village. No shop on site but Easy walk into village for supplies and bakery and restaurant within 5 minutes of site. Definitely recommended.
We had booked a 6 nights stay at the Kinloch campsite and stayed for 2 weeks!
Paul and Christine are the new owners at the site and and make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive.
We were hiking and biking around Skye so...More
Fantastic little campsite, good clean toilets/showers. The views are stunning and a really nice little walk into the village with the usual kind of cafes and hotel/eateries and some cool wee shops. One selling clothes and goods made from Llhamas...😁
We will definitely stay at...More
After last year's debacle with previous owners. Site under new management and normal service resumed. With Paul and Christine at the helm friendly attitude.
Towards there guests. I'm a happy camper
Again. Cheers Bob and Geordie.
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You'll not need a reservation for a 2 man tent, there's always space for tents. I'd book a caravan or motor home though. Last time I was there it was £8 per person per night regardless of the size of the tent. If your... More
You'll not need a reservation for a 2 man tent, there's always space for tents. I'd book a caravan or motor home though. Last time I was there it was £8 per person per night regardless of the size of the tent. If your thinking of eating in the Old School House, I'd book that now, they can get very busy.