Yes, you can bring your dogs. There is a charge per dog (see tariff) and we only allow a maximum of 2 dogs in each caravan or camping hut.
The highroad to Applecross is a steep (1 in 4) single-track road and includes several hair-pin bends. You need to be a confident driver and able to reverse over a relatively long distance to the nearest passing place if required to do so. If that doesn’t deter you – it is a well worth experience. To reassure you a bit: touring buses and big lorries drive over it if they have an experienced driver. (On the other hand – you could meet one of them and that is exactly why you need to be confident reversing your vehicle!)
As on all single track roads PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU USE PASSING PLACES TO LET ANYBODY QUEING UP BEHIND YOU PASS! This is extremely important as the person behind you could be a doctor or volunteer firefighter on call. (And as we all know – frustration can cause an accident.)
There is no real answer to this question. The weather is very unpredictable and it can be beautiful sunshine or storm & rain at any time of the year. You may want to choose your stay according to whether you enjoy a place more lively during the main holiday periods or a bit more quiet off the main season.
The midges usually are strongest during July and August. They start about June and disappear around October depending on the previous winter and late/early frost. Midges don’t like strong sun and will be gone with the slightest breeze. Therefore you can have a complete midge-free holiday at any time, but if unlucky they can be quite a nuisance. If you are concerned we recommend you come before end of May or after mid September.
We don’t allow campfires, but you are welcome to bring a free-standing BBQ.
It is very easy and straight forward to book online and you are guided all the way through the booking process.
Unsure? This is how it works:
Click on ‘Book Now’ on our main website. Please chose and click on the type of accommodation you want to book. This will open up a calendar view where you can select your arrival date. You will then be guided through the process of choosing the length of your stay, party size and any additional requirements. After you have chosen all your requirements you are ask for your contact details and to create a customer log-in. All details and prices will be clearly shown before submission and you can choose if you want to pay by debit/credit card or prefer another payment methods.
These are usually send 24-72 hrs after you made the booking.
Please bring your own bath towels. Bed linen and tea towels will be provided.
Everything you would bring for a stay in a tend except you sleeping mat as the huts have mattresses.
The floor space size is the same, but Wishbones have a bit more head-space. Most of the Wishbones have a porch which the Wigwams don’t have.
All huts have a floor space of 2.4 by 4.2 metres.
Yes, you can bring your dogs. There is a charge of £5 per night per dog and we only allow a maximum of 2 dogs in each caravan or camping hut.
Once your booking is confirmed you may change the dates of your booking for up to 14 days before arrival for camping huts or standard camping and 28 day before arrival for caravans. All amendments will be subject to a £5 administration fee.
In the event of cancellation refunds will only be processed if they are requested over 28 days prior to the arrival date.We will then refund 2/3 of the total cost of the booking (less the administration fee).
All cancellation will be subject to a £10 administration fee unless they are made as part of a cancellation cover.
Cancellations made later than 28 days before arrival will not receive any refunds unless cancellation cover has been purchased.