Torgoyle Lodge

Dalchreichart, Glenmoriston Inverness, Highlands, IV63 7YJ

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Our CL enjoys a secluded forest location close to the River Moriston. As well as being well placed for hillwalkers, the site is great for cyclists and those who love fishing. Owls, woodpeckers and pine martens nest nearby and otters can be spotted in the river. An easy 45 minutes’ drive to Inverness to the East and the Isle of Skye to the West.

Catherine looks forward to welcoming you to her CL.

Near to the Munros.

Facilities on site ...

  • Information room
  • TV reception: variable

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
IV63 7YJ
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GPS:
Lat 57.176183 / Lon -4.79907
OS field ref:
NH308131
OS map ref:
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  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Ideal for a one-night stopover

Ideally situated midway between the Kyle of Lochalsh and Inverness, this CL was just what we needed after several days of off-grid motorhoming on the Isle of Skye. When we rang up the owner asked us the length of our outfit, which is 7m. We obviously had no problem fitting on the site - but anything larger may struggle. Anyway, we were able to recharge our bike batteries and empty our grey/black waste and take on water. The ehu allocated to our pitch was out of order - so we had to plug in via a 3 way extension to the pitch next door. The owner told me that the electrician was to be coming out in October to repair it. As others have mentioned - there was no phone signal. We were able to pick up radio reception in the morning - we had given up on the journey there - we just couldn't pick up a decent signal. Once on the road again the reception didn't last for long. We don't have a tv in our motorhome so I can't comment on tv reception. I agree with others - the "site" is a grass strip adjacent to the cottage - and a through road runs in front of it linking the small number of houses with the main road - on saying that the main road was not overly busy at night so we had a quiet night. I doubt very much there would be enough room for an awning between each pitch - it was quite tight. We weren't affected by midges - I suppose it is coming to the end of midge season. As mentioned we just used it as a stop-over site to Inverness - I am not sure whether it is suited for a longer stay - I suppose it depends on your holiday requirements.
Motorhomer from Lincolnshire

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Poor site

We booked this site as our second stop of our holiday. We should have stayed here for 3 nights. However on arrival the site was not what we expected of a caravan club clsite. The position of the site was in a layby at the side of owners house the facilities looked tired and worn the only water tap we could see was beside the Elsa point. It was all hard standing but would struggle to get 5 vans on the site and very little space for awnings. The site is on a road that takes to other houses or as a bypass for the main road which ran behind the houses. The owner was not onsite when we arrived and had difficulty gettongnhold of her. We left a voice mail when we where able to get a phone signal to say would not be staying at the site. She eventually returned our call later in the day and was not happy that we where cancelling our stay as she said how can I fill these nights you have booked. We asked about refunding our deposit which she said at first she was not willing to do as she would loose out on the 3 nights bookings. She was very rude on the phone and was swearing at me. I said I am being very polite to you so please don't swear at me. After a period of discussion and me saying I would contact the caravan club she agreed to refund our money. We certainly would not use or recommed this site to anyone.

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An overnight stop

We stayed here overnight. The site is very small and there is not, in my view, enough room for five caravans. It does look a bit like a lay by and when we were there, in June, the midges were out in full force. There is no mobile phone or tv reception but it was very quiet On a positive note there is a forest walk just outside the site to exercise our dog and the site owner was very nice and welcoming
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Not what we expected

we booked to stay at this site for 3 nights just after easter but when we arrived and saw that the hardstanding was just a layby next to the cottage on a side road we decided not to stay and moved on. The CL proper is a field at the end of the lane and looked fine but very near a road. It is a beautiful area but very remote.
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Beware Midges

This CL is in the middle of nowhere and is only really suitable as an overnighter to re-charge batteries and dump waste.  We were here in late August and the midges were TERRIBLE.  I know the owner (who was sweet) can do little about this but it was the worst we experienced in all Scotland.  Visually the site is average at best.

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