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Altnaharra Caravan Club Site
Altnaharra, Lairg, Highlands, IV27 4UE, ScotlandView on map
Why stay here ...
Nestled on the shores of Loch Naver with a direct view of Ben Klibreck, Altnaharra Club Site in Lairg is perfect for those wanting to get away from it all - the nearest shops are 20 miles away. Anglers, walkers and birdwatchers will love the unspoilt natural wonders on offer in and around the caravan park.
Families will have more than enough outdoor attractions to make their holiday at Altnaharra Club Site memorable. Fly fish for free from the shore; attempt to spot over 70 different species of birds and admire the red deer roaming in the wild. Those staying on site are now have non-motorised boating rights on Lake Naver (conditions apply), ideal for those with small rowing boats and dinghies. Walks range from leisurely ambles across gentle hills such as nearby Ben Loyal, to areas like Munros, where explorations in places like Ben Klibreck and Ben Hope make for a good challenge. Also within easy reach of the caravan site, a visit to Cape Wrath by ferry and minibus to see Scotland's most north westerly point, its spectacular lighthouse and the highest sea cliff on the British mainland at Clo Mor (900 feet) will take your breath away.
Please note: This site does not have a toilet block.
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Turn right off A836 (Lairg - Tongue) at crossroads 0.5 mile past Altnaharra Hotel onto B873 (Syre). The Site is on the right in about 3 miles between road and loch shore. The minor road to Hope is not suitable for caravans. If approaching from North (Bettyhill) on B873: on arrival at site, drive through gate into site entrance, park outfit, then book in at office. This is to prevent causing a traffic hazard and requiring to reverse on narrow road.
- IV27 4UE
- Lat 58.296449 / Lon -4.372976
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If this site is full and you're under 7 metres long you're likely to be allocated one of the worst pitches I've seen in 5 years of using CAMC sites. The pitch was on uneven elevated ground next to a road used by logging trucks and other trade vehicles from 6 am through to 6 pm. The road in general was fast and well used considering its remote location. We had difficulty working out how to park level on pitch 17 and the wardens were not helpful to the point of rudeness and I have raised a complaint directly with the club. There were plenty of parkups in the immediate area around the site that looked flatter, safer and quieter if you're not after electric hookup. The water on site is not advisable to drink neither would I personally want to run it through my Motorhome.
Comment from the Club:
Thank you for your review and we are sorry that you did not enjoy your stay with us. The Site Staff have been in touch as they work incredibly hard to ensure our members have the best possible time on their Club campsite. On arrival there was a choice of 2 pitches and the site staff offered to assist you with pitching. Pitch 17 has been used all season and the site staff were not aware of any complaints prior to your stay of this pitch so they are sorry you were not happy with it. Please be assured our site staff always do their utmost to assist and help whenever they can.
Site contact details
- 01549 411226
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