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All reviewsgames roomold railwayjim and juliecastle stalkerglen coenevis rangeamazing viewsstayed here for a weekexploring the local areafort williamon arrivalmain bedroomshort walkstatic caravanwithin walking distancenice place to staywestern highlands
Our son booked the cottage, for a week, and invited us to join them for a few days, which we jumped at. The location looked fantastic and was. The write up on the cottage also helped us to make our mind up quickly. Unfortunately the...More
Just back from a week in one of the caravans. We have been to Scotland for many years and the sun shone every single day for the whole week which we have never had before. Amazing views from the caravan windows across the loch and...More
Very friendly small & family run site. Everything needed for a lovely relaxing holiday. Walking, Island hopping (from Oban) cycling on trails. Great service from the owners, Loch views and fabulous food at nearby pub (5 mins walk) Creagan Inn. Highly recommended will definitely return.
lovely place to stay, our caravan was brand new , well equipped and very clean, could do with a bath matt , its something you wont think bringing with you.the pub near(6 minutes walk) the site do good food ans staff very pleasant, if you...More
Just back from a 2 day stay at the Lodges here. The view is breathtaking! We Stayed in Squirrel Drey...it was a very well equipped lodge and had everything we needed and more. Very clean and tidy. Family who run the place are lovely and...More
Sorry I only just noticed your question. I think the caravans are on a slight slope. Cars are not allowed outside the caravans but only a very short walk away. I think all the caravans have slopes going up to the door rather... More
Sorry I only just noticed your question. I think the caravans are on a slight slope. Cars are not allowed outside the caravans but only a very short walk away. I think all the caravans have slopes going up to the door rather than steps. I would imagine he would be fine. Hope this helps.