Allanaha Farm

Geddes, Nairn, Highlands, IV12 5QU

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

  • Our CL is situated in a tranquil area on a family owned arable farm in the Cawdor area of Nairnshire two miles from Cawdor castle. We accept children and pets.
  • The site is situated in a 1 1/2 acre area which has five pitches.
  • The site offers basic facilities at a low cost of £5 per night.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: variable
  • Working farm

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3 acres

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Postcode:
IV12 5QU
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Lat 57.5525 / Lon -3.89072
OS field ref:
NH869529
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Nairn

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Tranquil Location near to Nairn

Allanaha Farm
Quiet location, good tv reception, near to local facilities in the seaside town of Nairn. Pitches are located between mature trees in at the side of two large fields. Several pheasants roaming around site, we kept our dog secure. Facilities are very basic but functional. Only criticism is that you need a strong stomach when disposing of black waste. Honesty box in use for payment; we didn’t meet the owner until the third night. Stayed October 2021, would happily stay here again.

Henry on Tour

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Reviewed on 17/10/2021 15:09

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Allanaha Farm
What you see is what you get. A good pitch, a tap and a soak away. What more do you need? Oh yes I should also mention the stunning views, the peace and tranquility, the easy access, and the delightful owner. One of our favourite sites. We stayed five nights and will visit again

JammyDodger

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Reviewed on 20/09/2021 21:13

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A very basic site in pleasant surroundings.

Allanaha Farm
We liked this site, but probably would avoid if it was wet as the grass could have been shorter and with a camper it could have been a bit of a problem. Access to the drinking water was a little overgrown and the toilet disposal was very basic! If you are unsteady on your legs be careful! Lots of young pheasants around morning and evening getting the harvest pickings. The river Nairn footpath is nearby but to get on to it you need to walk on the road to the bridge (direction Nairn). We had a good meal in the Cawdor Inn. Price quoted on the phone was £6 per night, on the honesty box £8! Did not see anybody to query this.

Fifer

Reviewed on 05/09/2021 17:40

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Allanaha Farm
Margaret is a wonderful host and very friendly. The site was perfect for us who were looking for a little peace and quiet, which we got. Amid the odd showers, had a great day in Findhorn and also went to visit Roseisle. fantastic spots to get away from life.Will be back for sure. Thank you Margaret, lovely to have had a wee chat.xxx

Mark Rawlings

Reviewed on 11/07/2021 18:31

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A great basic CL.

Allanaha Farm
Spent 4 nights here. A simple, basic CL with water, chemical disposal, and bins at the end of the drive. The lady who owns the site is very warm and welcoming. It's an honesty box for payment, but she does pop down in the evenings to welcome people. The site is an undulating but well kept patch of ground with huge mature oak trees between some arable fields. When I was there, the harvest was in full swing but didn't impose at all, in fact it was quite interesting! Lots of room for 5 vans, and an informal system of picking the best, flattest bit of ground. 5 mins to Cawdor, a really nice village with the famous Castle and some great walking along the riverside. 2 mins to Howford Bridge with an excellent riverside walk into Nairn, or Cawdor. The stunning beaches of Nairn are around 10 mins away. Probably the best beaches in the north of Scotland. I had a great break at this CL, and I will definitely be back.

IainGill

Reviewed on 04/09/2020 22:50

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