Kinlochewe Caravan Club Site (REF : KLE)

Kinlochewe, Achnasheen, Highlands, IV22 2PA, Scotland

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Motorhomes
  • Peaceful stays
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Peaceful and intimate, Kinlochewe Club Site is set at the foot of the rugged slopes of Beinn Eighe, at the end of a beautiful drive along Glen Docherty from Achnasheen. The caravan park is a magical oasis where the world slows down to walking pace and you with it - glittering lochs, lush woodland and mountains provide a paradise for both climbers and walkers alike.

Kinlochewe Club Site also offers convenient facilities to ensure your holiday is trouble-free. Pitches are all made of sturdy stone hardstandings. There is a licensed shop, small cafe, hotel and petrol station in the local village to cater to your immediate needs. The Scottish Natural Heritage Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve is just 0.75m away from the caravan site, giving you and your family an opportunity to spot golden eagles and deer by the beautiful Lochside at dusk. For an unforgettable drive, take the A896 down Glen Torridon and through to Applecross: the views across to Skye are truly superb.

Facilities on site ...

  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Dog walk on site
  • Dog washing area
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Gas
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: poor
  • Wi-Fi

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Walking notes:

There's local walks for all abilities directly from the site, from a 1.5k stroll to the Beinn Eighe Visitor Centre to challenging mountain walks. Maps and local walking books are available from the site Reception.

Supermarket notes:

The closest supermarkets are Tesco and Lidl in Dingwall, 40 miles away. Both are accessible for motorhomes. There are 2 small McCalls in Gairloch, 20 miles away, and a small shop in the garage next to campsite.

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Directions

Please only use the recommended directions on this website or in your Sites Directory and Handbook for the final approach and not sat nav, postcode or route planner, as alternative roads are unsuitable roads for towing.

Turn left off A9 (Newtonmore - Dornach) at roundabout in Tore (5.5 miles after crossing Kessock Bridge) onto A835 (signposted Maryburgh, Dingwall). At the roundabout in Maryburgh continue on the A835 (signposted Ullapool). In 13 miles in Garve turn left onto A832 (signposted Gairloch). In 15 miles at roundabout at Achnasheen follow signposted Kinlochewe, Gairloch (still on A832). The site is on the left in about 10 miles (50mtrs past A896 junction).

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
IV22 2PA
GPS:
Lat 57.604485 / Lon -5.304057
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OS field ref:
NH025620
OS map ref:
19
Handbook map ref:
D18

Transport links

  • Shop within 1 mile

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Excellent Site.

We have just returned from a five night stay. Excellent walking and cycling opportunities in the local area. The village has a garage, two stores, a pub and two cafe's and so there was nothing that we needed that we could not find in Kinlochewe. The site is brilliantly well maintained and the facilities are spotless. I particularly appreciated the drying room and the mountain weather forecast that is posted in the information hut each day. There are of course midges at this time of year in Scotland but the site reception stocked lots os options for managing them and Susan the warden is very informative about midge management! The site is very quiet, particularly in the far section away from the road where the best views are also to be found. A welcoming and peaceful site that is perfect for an active holiday.
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Third Vist

Third visit to this site over the last few years. This year blessed with cool but good weather, lovely to wake up to sunshine with snow on the tops. Clean tidy site with good wardens. Do wish the club would do away with the key pad access to showers, they are in a dark area between two doors, the numbers you can't see as the blacking on them had worn off, I could just about see them with my specs on, but must be difficult for some! Can recommend "The Gorse Bush" formerly the Whistle Stop Cafe. The food is excellent open 10-6 Wed to Sunday. Sunday lunch is amazing but need to book. Rupert the owner chef is much travelled well trained chef and deserves to do well in his new venture. The garage is also a cafe and sells supplies. Lovely area plenty to see.
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Nice site

Kinlockewe is a peaceful site set in Kinlockewe village. Pitches large and are on hard standing. The amenities block is central and clean / tidy. The site managers were very pleasant and helpful.
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A Gem in the NW Highlands

This was uncharted territory even for a Scot until an extended Easter break meant 3 nights at Kinlochewe. The scenery en route and then the backdrop of Beinn Eighe and Slioch at the site itself is awesome. Recommend the Mountain Trail from the Beinn Eighe NNR car park (approx 2 miles West of site) and a walk along the North side of Loch Maree via Incheril (approx 0.5 miles East of site). For the less adventurous there are sufficient level trails accessible immediately from the site. Plenty facilities locally including shop(s) and the Kinlochewe Hotel's public bar welcoming and offering a good variety of ales and food. Wardens very welcoming and approachable too. All in all 5/5 and we're looking to return.
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Superb site

We stayed at Kinlochewe in October 2018 until it’s closure for the winter months. Sitting in the shadow of Bienn Eighe, the site is peaceful and kept to a very high standard. A trip to Applecross is worth considering, with luck you may get views across to Skye. You can travel the scenic coastal route or if brave, take Bealach an ba ( pass of the cattle) over the mountains. LUnch at Applecross Inn is a treat with home cooked food. Also a trip to Gairlock is worth considering, the farm and garden store has something for almost everyone and lunch at the Old Inn at Gairlock is a must.
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01445 760239