- Family-run site on the edge of a quiet Argyll village
- In the village of Strontian, a mile from the shores of Loch Sunart
- Firepits, logs and charcoal available; shared bothy room with games
The Ardnamurchan peninsula in the wild west of Scotland is about as remote as the British mainland gets. And, as you'll see from the site pics, the experience of abiding in this ace area of Argyll is full of treats for those fond of lochs, hills and beaches. It's also a haven for all sorts of animals, with frequent visitors including seals, otters, herons and curlews.
In the village of Strontian and a mere mile from its namesake loch, Sunart Camping is a family-focused site that's well-placed for all kinds of Ardnamurchan adventures. With community amenities including a well-stocked shop, restaurants, a café and a pub all within easy walking distance, this place is sure to suit those who want to stay somewhere friendly without being far from really remote rural locales.
Handy facilities are available here, including fuel supplies at reception and a bothy room where you can play board games or have a natter with other guests, plus well-kept basics like toilets, hot showers and a laundry room. There's also an outdoor veranda and barbecue area, where sunsets can be watched and stories told…
Although the loch is on the A861, much of the road that runs around the peninsula is single-track; if you fancy swapping four wheels for two, speak to the folks at reception about mountain bike hire.
|Leisure on site||Amenities on site||Groups welcome||Rules|
|Bar or club house||Car parking by pitch/unit|
|Cycle Hire||Drying room|
|Ice pack freezing|
- Product Code: Argyll
- Availability: In Stock