This tiny hostel nestles amongst ancient pine forest, with waterfowl and wildlife the nearest neighbours. It looks south across a neighbouring 100 acre grazing moor of heather, peat moss and Caledonian woodland to Cairngorm (1245m) and Bynack More (1090m) nine miles away. Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
The Holiday Park overlooks the beautiful Findhorn Bay and is a short walk from the Moray Firth. This area is one of the loveliest parts of the Moray coast with unspoilt golden sandy beaches, pine forests and pretty coves and is a popular centre for both wildlife viewing and a variety of water sports. Findhorn's climate is influenced by the Gulf Stream and is famed for temperature and sunshine levels well above the national average, as well Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
We have 9 pitches for tents and 2 sites for motorhomes.
The sites are located on the loch shore with fantastic views.
Each pitch is equipped with a table seating 6 and a bbq stand.
The site has been designed in conjunction with the National Park to reflect the values of wild camping, and as such our facilities are geared towards short stays of a maximum of 3 nights.
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Our 500 acres of unspoilt upland is set in the heart of the Teviot Valley's Special Landscape Area in the Scottish Borders.
Breathe in the Borders ....Unwind under Canvas
Whatever your taste in real camping, we have something for you! Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
Our small farm campsite & Glamping Shepherd's Huts enjoys open views of the farmland and gentle rolling countryside beyond.
The site has a shepherd's Hut for Glamping accommodation and 4 grass pitches for small to medium tents with an optional electric hook.
The site is surrounded by hornbeam hedges and native trees, to benefit both the wildlife and campers alike. You will be able to enjoy the many birds and mammals that live here, and Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)