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We didn't even bother staying after paying a £40 deposit which we lost.
The site is small, poorly laid out and badly maintained, most of the grassy ares are over grown by at least 30 cm and all the wigwams are located near and between...More
Camped here whilst walking on the WHW with my daughter and overall had a great time and would highly recommend it. Friendly welcome, awesome large camping area with amazing views, good cooking area, tumble drier saviour and nice warm showers. Only thing is my preference...More
Lovely one night stop In a wigwam on our way up north to Skye. Good value and nice service from the reception.
We had a fire pit and paid around £6 to get a starter pack to start the fire and roast marshmallows (brought in...More
Just returned from 2 nights in the wigwams.Check in was quick and told exactly where to go.The wigwam was spotless clean with fridge fire pit and park bench and seats.Close to toilet/shower block kitchen and tv room were all clean and had everything you would...More
Well this was one of the best breaks my partner and I ever had!! The staff couldnt be more helpful and the amenities on site are second to none. We absolutely loved staying here and so close to other lovely wee towns and villages 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.