Ballindalloch, Moray, AB37 9BXView on map
Why stay here ...
An easily accessible, level and spacious CL, surrounded by woodland and close enough to hear the River Livet. Many returning guests, so thank you for booking well in advance, if you can.
75% of pitch fees support the upkeep of Glenlivet community's Hall, a registered charity. We appreciate and enjoy our guests! You may be spoiled. So there! - Think occasional urges to share home baking, or maybe a lift to the nearby Croft Inn or Glenlivet distillery if your day's walking legs feel happily weary. You will of course not be bothered if solitude's your thing. (Please note that the marked football pitch is no longer used).
Ideally situated for the North Coast 500 Route, the 250 East Route, The Speyside Way and The Whisky Trail.
Glenlivet is at the northern gateway to the cairngorms, Britain's largest National Park; trailing for outdoorsy folk. For walkers and cyclists: more than 100 km of nearby marked ways through exciting landscapes or forestry. The north coast's beaches and fishing villages are within easy driving distance. Ben Rinnes is our nearby hill walk with, on a clear day, magnificent views right across to Caithness. Munro baggers eat out your hearts on nearby Ben Avon or amongst the pull of The Cairngorm's other stunning peaks.
Hugely popular new mountain biking trails on Glenlivet Estate, pony trekking, salmon fishing or just gentle winding down. Birdsong in the CL's surrounding trees, with a glass of something lovely and some sunshine, yes please!
Nothing wrong with a bit of stillness. Maybe you'll see roe deer, a hare or red squirrel. I even saw a pine marten at close quarters!
The pitches are well away from our lovely Hall, which is in occasional use. We're a friendly bunch. You'd be welcome to share. Occasional theatre from North East Arts Touring (NEAT) or an informal session of music and song. We have a small open bar for over 18's between 2 and 5 each Saturday afternoon, weekly guided walks that leave from the car park; even a herb garden for 'plein air' chefts!
These websites may help you decide how to enjoy your time with us:
Hoping to welcome you here. Meg (attendant).
Some sloping pitches
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We have just stayed here for 5 nights in some very rainy weather but although the field got very wet at times it drained quickly and we had no problems getting on of off site. The scenery is lovely and we had a great holiday despite the rain, we particularly liked Glenmore Forest. Dufftown had a good range of shops for the basics. The site benefits from having toilets and showers in the public hall. The showers cost 20p per 3 minutes or £1 gets you half an hour. Every day during August is tea in the park where cakes, soup and a choice of main meals is available from 11:00 to 4:30 along with lots of lovely products from local crafts people.