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Nice place but as a family I find it a bit cheeky to have wigwams that clearly allow 4 persons to stay and then have it priced for 2 at over £40 pounds then charge you again to let your kids stay £8 each so...More
Been here for one night, after two nights wildcamping during the West Highland Way. Really nice spot with a good view.
Especially the full equipped kitchen with a heated room to sit is a nice extra thing at this campsite. Nice people to help you...More
We had a great time here with a big group shared between a lodge and 2 wigwams. Great to have warm water quickly in sinks by the toilets, hand driers blew cold air though which wasn't great. We really enjoyed the fire pit and managed...More
The Wigwam site is a great stopover place. The staff were really friendly and helpful. We stayed in a small wigwam which was brilliant after several days camping. The site shop is well stocked and there are bacon rolls for breakfast and a really well...More
We stayed in a camping pod/wigwam here whilst walking the way. A really excellant facility - warm pod, en-suite, little kitchen with everything you need, comfy bunks, even a TV. Beautiful scenery, lots of wildlife. There is a small shop and a takeaway facility for...More
There's Tyndrum Inn Restaurant which serves fresh food and Deli Breakfast across the road. Beside the restaurant is the tourist info of things to do in surrounding area. Lots of outdoor activity but not sure about kids one... More
There's Tyndrum Inn Restaurant which serves fresh food and Deli Breakfast across the road. Beside the restaurant is the tourist info of things to do in surrounding area. Lots of outdoor activity but not sure about kids one. The Wigwam have farm animals which kids love to feed and also barbecue (marshmallows) which you can buy in their small shop.