Campsites with showers in North West Highlands UNESCO Global Geopark

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7 top campsites in North West Highlands UNESCO Global Geopark with showers

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Badrallach Campsite

12 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Ross and Cromarty, Highlands
Where the end of the road is the start of your adventure
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£10
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Reraig Caravan and Camping

2 units · Motorhomes3 acres · Kyle Of Lochalsh, Scotland
Reraig campsite is ideally located for exploring the stunning West Coast of Scotland. The Skye bridge is 10 minutes to the West, Eilean Donan castle 5 minutes to the East and the Beautiful village of Plockton just 15 minutes to the North. We are also a great stop off point along the world famous NC500 route.
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£28
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Kyleakin Shepherds Snug

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Broadford, Isle of Skye, Scottish Isles
Shepherds Hut Toilet facilities situated in the house next door, with views next to the hills with nothing in front of it also next to the obbe water to the Minch. Situated in Kyleakin next to the Skye Bridge so perfect assess to both the Island and Mainland. Perfect location for hill walking and Munro bagging
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£65
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Sanday Cabin

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Sandy, Scotland
The Sanday Cabin is an open plan space with a lovely French style double bed (separate toilet / shower room) that sits at the top of a croft on the Isle of Sanday, right next door to Canna. The cabin has views out over the bay of Canna harbour to the Cuillins of Skye and across to the Isle of Rum. You can even see the famous Sanday Puffin Stacks from the cabin and take a stroll along the Puffin Trail. The cabin has its own decking area and a wooden fenced garden area - so you can enjoy looking at cows without them getting too close! Fully equipped kitchen, all linen towels provided and luggage transport provided.
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£135
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The Loft Glamping & Camping

12 units · Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Kinloss, Scotland
The Loft Glamping & Camping site is situated at East Grange Farm. This is a working farm that has evolved into a Wigwam Glamping and Campervan and tent camping site and a Venue. The "wilderness" campsite offers pitches suitable for Tents and small campervans whilst the Stackyard area is suitable for Motorhomes and Mega tents. All motorhome pitches have electrical hook-up and we have a number of electric tent pitches. Unfortunately we do not take caravans. Onsite we also have Wigwam cabins which are wooden camping cabins (Pods) that offer all year round protection against the elements. With heating, electricity, fridge, kettle and toasters. For those wanting a bit more luxury there are also ensuite Wigwam Cabins onsite with wood fired hot tubs. We welcome families, groups, well behaved dogs and do allow campfires outside the wigwams and at pitches and can provide fire hubs on the campsite (this must be pre-arranged). The Loft Glamping & Camping looks forward to welcoming you throughout the year
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£27.50
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Highland & Transylvania Glamp. Pod

2 units · Glamping1 acre · Roy Bridge, Scotland
Glamping pods in a large garden alongside the river Roy A 10-minute drive from Loch Lochy and 20 minutes from Fort William Seating in the garden and kitchen and ensuites provided Right on the side of the river Roy, the Highland and Transylvania Glamping Pods is a properly cosy base in the Scottish Highlands. The large garden has a terrace, river views and a seating area, but perhaps the best bit is that it’s located a short drive from lochs, glens, rivers and long-distance trails. What might you get up to? Climbing, hill walking, mountain biking and water-based sports are all on the agenda in this area, but especially in Fort William (20 minutes’ drive) and Lochaber, which have been ascribed as a capital for outdoor adventures. Scotland’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, is also 20 minutes’ drive away. Even closer is Loch Lochy (10 minutes’ drive), which has access to part of the 79-mile Great Glen Way (around 10 minutes’ drive). From Fort William, start off on another long-distance trail, the West Highland Way, which stretches for 96 miles across the banks of Loch Lomond and ends in Milngavie. The pods here have been named after the places where the owners spent their childhood and continue to live. Feel free to stop off while travelling to or from the Isle of Skye (two hours and 10 minutes) or stay for a good while… Fort William’s centre has a splendid selection of pubs, restaurants, shops and a bus and rail station. Plus, there are lots of links courses for golfers a day trip away, like the Royal Dornoch (two hours and 25 minutes). Both pods have a small double bed (a bit narrower than a standard double) with all bed linen provided. The kitchen areas are equipped with a fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster (crockery, cutlery and towels are handily provided). To keep things nice and tasty, the pods are also well insulated. The patio doors and the rear opening window are both double glazed and there are electric radiators to inject some extra heat into the kitchen and living area.
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£175
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Mondhuie Chalets

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Nethy Bridge, Scotland
Just under an acre, close to Ancient Caledonia Forest , on the Speyside Way (which runs from Elgin to the South) Garden space for pets, kids and a run around! Our house and 2 Chalets (1 sleeps 5, 1 ideal for 2 or small family) are on the property. Not fully fenced from road. On the outskirts of NethyBridge. Private driveway, and car park
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£120
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Campsites with showers in North West Highlands UNESCO Global Geopark guide

Overview

Bordering the Moine Thrust Zone, Scotland’s North West Highlands Geopark is called the “cradle of geology” by experts in the field. The park stretches 770 square miles across some of Scotland’s most remote and stunning moorland, coasts, mountains, and lochs. In this vast terrain, geological wonders are abundant, but public transport is non-existent and the nearest large town is Ullapool to the south, so it’s best to come to the region well-stocked. The geopark is a wonderland for outdoor enthusiasts hoping for a true off-grid camping adventure.

Where to go

Coigach

Just north of Ullapool, Hipcampers can follow the Coigach peninsula’s geotrail to uncover Britain’s oldest rocks and markings of an asteroid strike. From the top of the short but steep Stac Pollaidh, take in the views across to the Summer Isles and north toward foreboding Assynt. Ben Mor Coigach is the highest peak in the area and can be summited along with neighbouring Sgùrr an Fhìdhleir in a challenging day hike.

Assynt

Torridonian sandstone peaks erupt from a stark, alien-like world. With each bend of the single-track road the views become more dramatic. Assynt is a hillwalkers' and climbers’ paradise. Suilven, with its bowler hat-shaped summit, is a prime feature of the landscape. On the road toward Loch Assynt, the Inchnadamph Bone Caves are a highlight. Follow the coastal road further north to discover Achmelvich, one of the UK’s best white-sand beaches with plenty of nearby camping options.

Cape Wrath and Scourie

In the northwest corner of Sutherland, Scourie gives name to the famous geological feature ‘Scourie Dykes’, and just off the coast, visitors can take a boat trip out to the Handa Island Nature Reserve. At Cape Wrath, the nearly impenetrable edge of mainland Britain, a four-mile walk in to the extremely isolated beach of Sandwood Bay is a must.

Durness and North Coast

When you reach Durness you have arrived on the far-flung north coast of Scotland. Walk out along Balnakeil Beach through dunes and white sand bordering the clear blue waters of the Kyle of Durness. From early autumn through spring this is an excellent spot for Aurora-hunting. Nearby, the amateur spelunker can enjoy a guided tour of Smoo Cave, the largest limestone cave in Scotland.

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