Sunnyside Croft Touring and Camping site
Sunnyside is a family run working Croft situated just north of the village of Arisaig on The Road to the Isles Coastal Route and with views of the Isles of Muck, Eigg and Rum.
This coastal location is the ideal place for a base when exploring the surrounding area and all that it has to offer or as a stopover when touring the Highlands and Islands.
21st Century facilities
David Bellamy Gold Conservation Scheme Award
Coastal location with beach access
4* Quality Assurance with Visit Scotland
Enjoy this scenic region any Season - Open all year *
40 Pitches all with optional Electric Hook up
Toilet Block with Underfloor Heating throughout Showers Hair Dryers Electric shaver points. All included in tariff.
Disabled Shower Room
Infant and Toddler bathroom
Laundry Room Dishwashing Area with Microwave and ice pack freezer
Covered Seating Area Local Information Free Wifi for Sunnyside guests
Reception with shop - Selling basic provisions, gifts and a selection of Local /Scottish produce
Hard Standings Chemical Waste Disposal Point Motorhome service point Recycling Point Outside shower for e.g. rinsing wetsuits
Grass Pitches for Tents Dogs Welcome (maximum 2 per pitch)
* Limited site facilities from Mid-November to end of February - see our website for more information
Island and Wildlife Cruises from Arisaig Marine aboard MV Shearwater
Mallaig Harbour - Ferry Services to/from the Isles of Skye, Muck, Eigg, Rum, Canna and Knoydart Peninsula Boat Charters from Mallaig Wildlife Cruises on Loch Shiel
Traigh 9-Hole Golf Course located just north of Sunnyside probably the most beautiful Golf Course in the World Scotsman Newspaper Sea, River and Loch fishing in the area Local Guided Ranger Walks from Easter to September
Glenfinnan Monument and Visitor Centre The Jacobite Steam Train which runs from 16th May 2011 on the West Highland Line - voted 'Top Railway Journey 2010' in Wanderlust Travel Magazine Lochaber Geopark - this area has outstanding Geological Heritage Ardnamurchan Lighthouse, the most westerly point in Great Britain Clan Donald Museum of the Isles on The Isle of Skye
Travelling by Road
Journey to Fort William then go west taking the A830 'Road to the Isles' to Arisaig/Mallaig. Shortly after passing signs for Arisaig Village, turn left onto the B8008, signposted Bunacaimbe / Back of Keppoch. Follow coast road for about 1 mile. Turn left onto road signposted Portnadoran.
Entrance to Sunnyside Touring Site is on your left.
Trains run direct to Arisaig from Glasgow. The London Sleeper service runs to Fort William with a connecting Scotrail service to Arisaig.
Distance from Arisaig Station to Sunnyside is 2 miles.
Caledonian MacBrayne run a ferry service from Armadale on the Isle of Skye and also from the Isles of Eigg, Muck, Rum and Canna to Mallaig Harbour. There are also local ferry services running to and from Knoydart peninsula.
Distance from Mallaig Harbour to Sunnyside is 7 miles.
OS Grid Reference - NM652 889
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This page was last updated: 26 April 2015