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Well kept site, you can pitch and pay later to save time. As soon as we arrived my first comment was that there are not enough facilities for the size of the site. And rather bizarrely the girl came to clean the ladies showers right...More
We stayed at the B&B at the end of the campsite. Lovely warm welcome from Clive & Maureen. A warm & very pleasant double room with great en-suite. Great breakfast too. £80 for the night seemed reasonable. This was a homely place to stay. I'd...More
I pitched a tent here for one night during a tour of the highlands. The site was very easy to find but despite pre-booking it took ages for the receptionist to book me in. I opted for a pitch quite close to reception so I...More
I've used this campsite several times and I really like it. Always friendly staff, plenty room and the local Stags wandering free around the outside of the site are a great feature.
Couple of points that could help the site. There are only 2 male...More
Just came home after my very first stay at applecross campsite 20th june 2017 and it was simple amazing .l have been to many places in the world but this was out standing, the place was simply breath taking the site is well kept and...More
I was in number 9 which is in the quieter back field but near the roadway so you could walk around to the showers etc but far enough away from the tree so midges were less of any issue and you could see the sea from the... More
I was in number 9 which is in the quieter back field but near the roadway so you could walk around to the showers etc but far enough away from the tree so midges were less of any issue and you could see the sea from the balcony.