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Reviewed 10 May 2018

We stayed here during our visit to Skye in April. Lovely location by the Loch. When we arrived we had a problem with the gas cylinder in the motorhome and the staff were amazing and helped get it sorted asap! Would definite recommend this place to anyone. The facilities were spotlessly clean and excellent quality. Location stunning.

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank MandipandiCambridge
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Reviewed 20 April 2018 via mobile

We Arrived at this lovely site when they were closed for cleaning spoke to a lady was happy to take my details and book us in, when we arrived back a few hours later we were swiftly booked in, excellent site and facilities, Amazing views over the Loch x

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 1 October 2017

amazing views across loch, pitch was a good size and level .
Guys who run site a very friendly and knowledgeable about Skye they have an information room set up but are always around for extra advice.
site just off main road and about a mile from Edinbane inn which is very well done out and dog friendly

Room Tip: Ask for loch views
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled with family
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Thank JoAnne290991
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Reviewed 20 August 2017

We stayed in three locations this camping trip - our first in a motorhome. This side of the island is a bit bleaker than the other and having come from Loch Ness and Pitlochry the views were more dystopian survival landscape! Skye is now overrun with tourists. We like remote locations like Applecross where few people can make the drive. The island is now sadly filled with people who don't know how to use single track roads and park in passing places or destroy the roads by eroding soft verges. We witnessed some horribly risky and selfish drivers. So sad. The campsite was clean. The woman on reception warmed up to be kind of friendly when we proved we had a booking. I don't think we would rush back.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Louise B
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Reviewed 13 August 2017

We arrived after an 8.5 hour drive, thankful that we had booked as they were turning on-spec customers away as we checked in.
We had a friendly welcome and we were introduced to the facilities and our grass pitch. We pitched and stretched our legs along the shore. The beach is rocky and the water brown with peat run off.
Our pitch was on a slight slope. I don't as a rule like any kind of slope but in this case I'll make an exception because there was a lot of rain. The view is somewhat underwhelming after some of the spectacular vistas we encountered en route.
This is a good base from which to explore Skye. As a Camping and Caravanning Club site, the number of campers is strictly controlled - when it's full it's full. That's the main reason we use C&CC sites, but you do need to book.
The facilities were clean and up to the job (no pun intended). The showers free and the water hot. For some reason I hardly encountered another soul let alone a queue.
The shop does have limited opening hours, but does have a useful range of essentials and of local produce. The shop is not licenced to sell alcohol, so if that is your thing, stock up before you get here. There is a Coop supermarket in Portree.
If the midges and or the rain get too much, there is a campers room in the old croft next to the information room. You can cook and shelter in here.
There was no phone signal on our network. There is a mobile base station in plain view on the hill above the site - maybe it is not switched on yet. If being connected is essential for you, don't come. There is a paid for Wifi service provided by Highland Wi-Fi which is soon overwhelmed by the number of visitors trying to use it.

  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank WC27
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