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North Rhinns Camping
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73 reviews
· Stranraer, Scotland
1 acre
10 units
3 Motorhome/tent
7 Tent
Back-to-basics camping near Scotland’s wildly beautiful south-west coast
Open 1st March - 31st October. Back-to-basics camping near Scotland’s wildly beautiful south-west coast – North Rhinns Camping is a small quiet camping site in a stunning rural location. Tent pitches are well spaced and private, according to the lie of the land and leaving bushes and trees to divide them. Small campervans accepted, up to 6meters. Modern facilities building has hot water for shower, wash basins and washing up sinks included in price. Campfires at most pitches. Drinking water at all taps. No need for bottled water. - We keep a strict limit on the number of people who are on the site at any one time, so at busy times we may make some pitches unavailable to make sure we are not overcrowded. Children 10 years-16 years are welcome. - Dogs and other pets are welcome, with considerate owners. Agressive dogs NOT welcome. We need to know the breed or type of your dog/dogs when you book, helps us to offer suitable pitches. If your dog attacks/bites anyone on the campsite you will be told to leave. - When we are not fully booked we can be very flexible, so if our online offers do not meet your specific needs, please contact us directly by phone or by email or our website to discuss options. - Our campsite is suited to campers who enjoy PEACE AND QUIET. Ideal for birdwatchers, cyclists, walkers, sea anglers. Bird life in abundance. - FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN ARE ASKED TO RESPECT THE PEACE AND QUIET OF OTHER CAMPERS. Children should be supervised by their responsible adult at all times. WE DO NOT PROVIDE PLAY FACILITIES. - Noise and nuisance. We as owners have the right to advise you to leave if you do not respect other campers, or ourselves, by making a continual noise or nuisance of yourselves. - If you are making a booking to arrive the same day or the next day please phone or text us to let us know that you are coming, in case we have not seen our emails.
Activities
Fishing
Hiking
Wildlife watching
Natural features
Beach
Forest
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Stranraer, Scotland, United KingdomTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Rainer B.Joined in July 2015
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30 Ratings · 73 reviews
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Julie F.recommends
July 31, 2022
7 - Large - 6m x 4m tent pitch (optional EHU)
Quiet and friendly campsite
Well organised and well looked after site. Jane and Ray are friendly hosts and are great at anticipating campers’ needs. We were on pitch 7 which was sheltered from the westerly wind and sunny in the morning. The pitches have nice landscaping and feel very private. The info folder has lots of suggestions for walks in the area - we went to Portobello beach, Broadsea Beach ad walked through the Lochnaw estate.
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Bryony G.recommends
June 13, 2022
3 - Campervan pitch with (optional EHU)
Rhinns camping
We took our camper van to North Rhinns and it was such a lovely place to stay. Everyone was very friendly and the facilities were clean. The guide book there was really informative and led us to some lovey days out. We had electric hook up and a fire pit, both reasonably priced. We would definitely visit again!
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Julie B.recommends
June 13, 2022
7 - Large - 6m x 4m tent pitch (optional EHU)
perfect peace
Exceptional camp site. the pitches are very well maintained. They are separated by lovely woodland, filled with wild flowers, and you feel as if you are wild camping!...with the bonus of a clean facilities block. There's disabled access to shower and toilet. Dish washing sinks under cover with instant hot water. there's even an electric kettle and some mugs provided for emergencies. The views and walks around the site are stunning. On one walk we saw wild deer, a fox, rabbits and a Hare. Also evidence of owls, didn't see one but we did see bats! lots of song birds too. Highly recommend this lovely little site for a peaceful break away from everything.
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Lindsey A.recommends
June 1, 2022
Small tent pitch
This was the perfect campsite for us. We had a secluded pitch with views over pasture fields and Ireland in the distance. The amenities were spotless with a super washing up area. Ray and Jane could not have been more welcoming and helpful with lots of tips for places to visit. We will definitely be returning. Thanks for a great visit.
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Gill O.recommends
October 3, 2021
Campervan pitch with (optional EHU)
We loved this small, quiet campsite. Clean facilities, good recycling (no rubbish piling up anywhere) and friendly unobtrusive owners. Each pitch was lovely and far away from each other for privacy. The local store in Leswalt is well stocked for supplies. We would come again.
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Mark M.recommends
September 14, 2021
Campervan pitch with (optional EHU)
A gem of a campsite in a beautiful getaway from it all setting with easy road access.We were in a camper van and found the facilities more than met our needs. Some of the pitches for tents were particularly stunning with slightly elevated uninterrupted views of countryside. A small and personal set up , the owners Ray and Jane deserve particular mention for their friendly and helpful approach and for maintaining such a lovely non commercialised site that offers the perfect antidote to the hectic pace of normal life. We look forward to a return visit!
Nearby attractions
There is a well-stocked and licensed village shop two miles in Leswalt that gives cashback. The local sea fishing is fantastic – visit The Sports Shop (01776 702705). There is a sandy beach 2 miles away (walk there) and other secluded beaches can be reached by car, as well as some on foot. The holiday town of Portpatrick is 10 miles away. The Southern Upland Way (01835 824000) is five miles away and particularly good walks can be found at the RSPB reserve at Mull of Galloway along with a Lighthouse there. The North Rhinns Coast path is now agreed and parts are under construction and accessible. A favourite section is between Killingtrangin lighthouse and Portpatrick. There is also an interesting route to take in to discover all the gardens of Galloway with a nearby favourite being the grounds of Castle Kennedy, well worth a visit.
Food and drink
The hotel in the lighthouse (01776 853220) at Corsewell Point, nine miles from the site, does fine food and does yummy tea and scones, too. The Crown (01776 810261), The Harbour House (01776 810456), Mount Stewart Hotel (01776 810291)  and Campbell's resturant (01776 810314) are amongst others at Portpatrick, with live music at The Crown on Fridays and Saturday nights. If you're looking for something a little more on the hoof then try the fish and chip van in Portpatrick harbour (high season only).
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