Bioran Dubh Croft

Port Appin, Argyll & Bute, PA38 4DD

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

CL of the Year Award 2017 - Regional Runner Up

  • Stunning views of Loch Linnhe and Castle Stalker
  • Quiet and relaxing site
  • Lots of walks, wildlife and a cycle path close by
  • Stuart looks forward to welcoming you to their CL
  • Please click on my Website link for more information

Facilities on site ...

  • Wi-Fi

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Pitches

Types of pitch: hardstanding

Electric hook up available

Useful Info

Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

Latest departure time: 12:30 PM

0.5 acres

Some sloping pitches

Levelling blocks required

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
PA38 4DD
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GPS:
Lat 56.564011 / Lon -5.383912
OS field ref:
NM921464
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Fantastic

Must have one of the best views possible for a CL! Stuart, the owner couldn't be more helpful.

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This small CL is without doubt one of the best club sites we have stayed on. Not for everyone, no toilets or showers, but if you have your own facilities it could not matter less. The most wonderful view one could imagine, together with the peace and quiet this site provides, just a little corner of paradise. Thank you Stuart, we really enjoyed our stay.
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Stunning Views

Just enjoyed four nights here, the weather could have been better, but the views were stunning, to see Castle Stalker all day and night from the van window was lovely. As mentioned earlier this is a relatively new CL, and there are still a few bits just need finishing off. Pitches are a little tight. Stuart the owner , who we hardly saw, but is a very friendly trusting chap, you just post your money in a locked post box, is aware of the issues and told us he plans to close for a bit over the winter to do some ground works. Mentioned to him that some blocks of wood for visitors to use for levelling would be handy as quite a few are needed with the lay of the land. Also a sign to direct caravaners to the right when having left the road, we went to the left which mean a bit of tricky reversing. The wifi is a bonus worked well for us on pitch 4,although a Motorhome visitor said he struggled. A visit to The Old Inn is a must, a short walk, great food and like going back in time. Good location for vising Mull, Oban etc, we planned Mull but the weather just wasn't good enough. Would love to visit here again and fingers crossed get better weather. We wish Stuart all the best with his plans.
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Simply Awesome

We have just returned from staying at this site for 11 nights and I can honestly say we would have stayed much longer if we didn't have to return to work. The views are to die for, changing almost by the minute and the site couldn't be any quieter. The facilities are exactly as advertised, no showers or loos, but the water, grey waste and chemical waste are close to all pitches. I would recommend bringing blocks for your steadies as the site is on a slight slope. This site is relatively new and as such isn't 100% perfect yet, but Stuart is working on it and helps where he can. If you are travelling to the west coast of Scotland and are happy to use you're own loo and shower, then this site should be on your shortlist for definite. The Old Inn at Appin is a fantastic place to eat and drink, full of character (allegedly haunted) and is a short walk away (15 minutes) across the Jubilee Bridge and along national cycle route 78. Plenty of cycling to be had from the doorstep. The ferry to Lismore is worth the trip.
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A perfect holiday

We have just returned from this superb CL site. We have a large outfit and 4x4 and had no issues on the approach roads from Appin or moving around the site. The views from the site are spectacular and all pitches have a Loch view. The wifi is available across the whole site but I used a cheap wifi booster to get the signal in my caravan on pitch 1 furthest from the aerial and it worked fine. Stuart is an excellent host and stops to say hello but is in no way intrusive, just how it should be!! 👌. There are plenty of walks nearby and Scotland put the remainder of the UK to shame with the quality of their cycle routes and walks through woodland and hills, many are signposted and graded for all abilities. The local pubs are accessible via a walk down the cycle path and over Jubilee bridge and welcome dogs too. We were really sorry to leave and look forward to returning soon.. Thank you very much.
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