Sunnybrae

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A lovely little site with lovely owners

A small cl about 1/2 mile inland from Findochty with Buckie about 3 mile west and Cullen 4 mile east. You’ve got views over the Moray Firth to the coastline going up to John O’Groats. Pitches are uneven so levelling blocks required, the owner also provides wood to help facilitate this process. Really pleasant owners and the price is only £12 per night for electric. There’s a chemical disposal point, water tap and information hut, just don’t expect manicured lawns and a perfect pitch. You do get acceptable and free wifi which adds to the good value overall. There’s an off road path and cycle route west to Buckie and a coastal path and cycle route east to Cullen but it’s rough in the early stages in this direction.

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One of the best!

A lovely CL, well spaced pitches with views out to sea. A short walk to Findochty or a little further along coastal path to Portknockie. Very quiet & relaxing. Cracking fish & chip shop in Portknockie. Wonderful fresh fish from Eat Mair Fish in Buckie. Very friendly owner.

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LOVELY WELCOMING CALM SITE WITH LOVELY VIEWS FROM ALL PITCHES

Found this lovely little CL, super owners, really friendly and very helpful and obliging, could not do more to assist. Lovely little area, entrance tight but easily doable. There were building works when we were there, but did not bother us as they finished early in the day and did not start too early either. Lovely sea views, lovely little garden type setting really........pitches swell marked out. Facilities CHEMICAL WASTE, FRESH WATER, GREY WATER WASTE and ELECTRIC HOOK UP all for a modest amount. FAAABULOUS We loved with our DOG. Will definitely be back, we were then three weeks ago ANDREW VEE AND SKYE

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Fantastic site

Just back from our second very peaceful visit to this brilliant site. Pitches are well spaced and the view is fantastic, in particular the sunsets. There is a little road noise from the small road alongside but not enough to annoy. Upon booking, we were advised that building work was ongoing across the road Mon to Fri but this did not affect us. We will most certainly be back. For the record, the earlier negative review sounds as if they were attempting to set up on a parking space not one of the 5 numbered pitches.
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Fantastic CL

This is a fantastic CL site with everything you would expect to find on this type of site. the views are wonderful. we were made very welcome by Mick, who helped with every question we asked. hope we are fortunate to be able to return in the future.
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Very small CL not appropriate for 5 caravans

Arrived midday today to find a narrow entrance and already had 4 caravans squashed in its half an acre. We were left with a very rough ground space which hadn’t even had its grass cut which was squashed in the far left corner next to the house. The biggest issue was it was supposed to be quite location as stated on its web site yet next door is a very active and noisy building site which another caravaner told us it went on until 7 pm. To summarise this Cl is just too small for 5 vans. Went up the coast near Elgin to another CL called Lea Rig the difference was we had arrived at Rivendell having escaped Mordor.
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Smashing c.l. with great sea views

My wife and I received a very warm and very friendly welcome from Mike on arrival, and always chatty through our three day stay in April. Mike showed us plenty wood planks to put under 'van wheels to assist levelling on some of the slightly uneven ground, but some of this could have been due as Mike explained to the extremely wet conditions recently experienced in that part of Scotland. Top entrance area was drying out nicely already when we departed. There were some hard standings but we decided to pitch in lower corner as that offered the better view across the wide Moray Firth, absolutely fantastic views. We have satellite receiver on roof of caravan, but were unable to get signal due to nearby 'tall' trees, but adjacent vans with standard rooftop aerials had no problems. Water points, chemical waste points all kept clean and tidy. Nearby fishing villages Findochty, also Portnockie, lovely quaint old style harbours, spotlessly clean, no street litter. Don't miss Bow & Fiddle Rock at Portnockie. We visited Dolphin Centre at Spey Bay, free to enter, donations welcome, we unfortunately didn't spot any dolphins on our visit, but very interesting and some lovely walks around the centre, include visit to the old ICE HOUSE at the centre. Put your body warmer or coat on, it is chilly in there. We enjoyed this site immensely and have no hesitation in recommending it, thank you to Mike and Brenda for an excellently presented c.l.

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A Great CL for Cyclists and Walkers

Very good welcome by Mike on arrival and we enjoyed an active holiday. Unusually, the site has free Wi Fi and there is a good mobile signal and TV reception. Some of the pitches need a little care and some blocks to get set up and level but worth the effort for the view. Good water and disposal facilities and good elec hook-ups. Nearby road a little intrusive and busier than its' single track size would indicate. For cyclists and walkers the coastal cycle route and path provide plenty of opportunity to leave the car at the site and enjoy traffic-free activity. The pub in the village is useful if you want basic food or lager - forget real ale - it is not popular here. Very friendly and not expensive. If you like an active holiday in a site with a great sea view this is the place for you. Mike is very helpful and the site is clearly very popular.

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Lovely Sea Views

Great welcome from Mike on arrival, very tidy and neat site. The information hut has a small library of books and magazines (and sweets). Lovely sea views of the Moray Firth, cycle way at the end of the road towards the village. Mike has just installed Wi-fi which was superfast.Would use this site again.

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Great CL

Mike and Brenda are a great couple and made us feel so welcome. They were so helpful and friendly.  The site was easy to find, handy for local amenities and a visit to Baxters at Fochabers is a must.  Just along the coast we watched seals but unfortunately we didn't see dolphins from the site.  Mike recommended places to eat and see and there is also an information hut on site with a book store. We saw some fantastic sunsets whilst staying there.  We would definitely recommend this CL and plan to visit again.

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