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Bunree caravan Club Site,

Onich,

Highland,

PH33 6SE

Tel: 01855 821283

 

This campsite must have one of the most beautiful settings of any in the country. It is on the shores of Loch Linnhe and all pitches have a view of the Loch. The site is about 10 miles south of Fort William and Glencoe is not too far in the other direction.

 

http://www. davidklyn. ..n_club_site. htm

 

David

David - Milton Keynes

Bailey Alliance 66-2 Motorhome for holidays and a Kia Venga for home.

 

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Absolutely the best club site we've ever been to. Sunsets to die for!

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We were there in May, unfortunately the weather was terrible but loved the setting, we were fortunate to spot an otter in the loch, hope to return in kinder weather conditions in the future. Ellen.

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We loved the site, tested my first haggis at the pub across the road and they served a good pint :rolleyes: Anyone who hasn't been my avitar is of us parked on a loch side pitch there which by the way are non awning pitches ( well were when we were there )

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We were there in May this year for a week, had a few good days, but on the whole, very wet, even had snow on top of them there "small hills" around, but I bet it is fantastic when it does dry up.

 

Pitches are staggered so everone gets a good view of the Loch. And as already said, no awnings are allowed on the front row of pitches overlooking the Loch.

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  • 8 months later...

Absolutely the best club site we've ever been to. Sunsets to die for!

Agree maybe the best Club Site in the area but far from the best site. Try some of the private sites in the area have even more spectacular views . ............

 

GAS. ...... :angry:

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Just had a week there.

 

IMHO this time of year is the best to visit Scotland. The midges have gone, the weather is generally dry, and the autumn colours add to the spectacular nature of the veiws.

 

The wardens are friendly and helpful, it's a fabulous setting for a site, and a good base to explore and walk.

 

Plus the local pub ( 10 minute walk) serves a good meal and pint - and they allow dogs in the bar area.

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To me the site has lost a lot of charm since it was improved with facilities etc. Nice views and location though.

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Been there twice now, both September trips with no midges to speak of. Two years ago the weather was fanstastic with sunsets to die for, this year not so good but even in bad weather the views are wonderful. We did experience a hooly of a gale one night and were glad that we'd elected to pitch by the loch with no awning as quite a few bit the dust that night! Morvich CC site is pretty good too and more sheltered, the journey from Onich is breathtaking, especially the descent of Glen Shiel.

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Been here twice in past years & have to agree on superb location & views. However when recently trying to book for a whole week we were constantly frustrated by odd nights during which the site was either full, or only non awning pitches were available. In the end we settled for Glen Nevis caravan park, a private site with fabulous views half way down the glen itself. Hardstanding, fully serviced pitch was cheaper than Bunree standard pitch & toilet/shower facilities were just as good. Also benefits from a resteraunt attached which serves good food at reasonable prices,

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