Campsites in Ullapool, Assynt and Easter Ross

Ardmair Point Campsite, near Ullapool

Ardmair Point Campsite    near Ullapool

Situated 3 miles North of the fishing village of Ullapool is a peninsula with a curved pebble bay, set amongst spectacular Highland scenery. The dramatic Ben Mhor Coigach mountain ridge is the backdrop for this sheltered sea loch where you will find one of Scotland's most beautifully situated sites for touring caravans and camping with spectacular views and great facilities nearby. This peaceful location near Ullapool makes an ideal base for those interested in watching birds, seal and otters and for fishing, climbing, hill walking, boating and diving.

Clachtoll Beach campsite, Clachtoll
Wifi / broadband

Clachtoll Beach campsite    Clachtoll

Clachtoll Beach Campsite is a quiet family run touring caravan and camping site in Sutherland, in the North West of Scotland, 5 miles North of the village of Lochinver. The campsite covers an area of approximately 2.5 acres and is entirely grass. On arrival visitors are asked to report to the Wardens who will help them to find a suitable site.

We now have 12 serviced pitches which provide water and Electric hook-ups + to avoid disappointment we now take bookings for our busy times.

Port A Bhaigh Campsite, Altandhu, near Achiltibuie

Port A Bhaigh Campsite    Altandhu, near Achiltibuie

Port a Bhaigh campsite is family run in the township of Altandhu on the Coigach peninsula approx 5 miles from the township of Achiltibuie. It is set in an idyllic location with the minch and Summer Isles on the door step.

We can accommodate 42 caravan/motorhomes on level hard stands with 26 of them having electrical hook ups and ample space for 50 tents. The toilet, shower and laundry block has a very open and airy feel and is available for the site occupants to use 24 hrs, as is the chemical toilet disposal unit. The site also has wifi and a payphone. The Am Fuaran Bar is opposite and is owned and run by the owners of the site.

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Walking can be dangerous and is done entirely at your own risk. Information is provided free of charge; it is each walker's responsibility to check it and navigate using a map and compass.