Self-catering holidays and holiday homes for sale near Loch Sunart in the West Highlands of Scotland.
SPECIAL AREA OF CONSERVATION
This is a park on a working farm featuring breathtaking views of ancient oak woods designated a Special Area of Conservation.
An award-winning eco-friendly holiday park in the Highlands amidst stunning scenery, Resipole won an award from Professor David Bellamy for protecting and enhancing the park's natural environment.
The park has been run by the Sinclair family for three generations, who have, over the years, planted hundreds of trees around the park and on the surrounding hillsides, creating a thriving natural habitat for flora and fauna, deer, badgers, red squirrels, bats and pine martens.
WEST COAST OF SCOTLAND
Resipole is situated on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, a little-known corner of the West Coast of Scotland where high heather moors look down towards the crystal clear waters of the lochs.
Sheltered by Beinn Resipole mountain, and nestling on the shores of Loch Sunart, this spacious level park features excellent modern facilities, hardstanding pitches with hook-ups and spectacular views over Loch Sunart.
HOLIDAY HOME OWNERSHIP
Buy a static caravan by a loch in the Highlands of Scotland at Resipole Holiday Park. The park boasts very large plots (for caravans up to 20ft wide and 40ft long) with superb views of the beautiful surrounding countryside. Guidance will be offered to help you purchase your dream holiday home and make arrangements to have it installed with essentials including water, gas and electricity all ready for you to move into.
Enquire now to find out more about holiday homes for sale in Scotland at Resipole Holiday Park or to arrange a viewing.
DirectionsIf you are towing, the simplest route is via the Corran Ferry (turn left off the A82 - eight miles south of Fort Wiliam) which runs regularly and doesnt require booking. Having left the ferry, head for Strontian, (Scotstown ) (A861) - you will find the park eight miles further to the west, on the loch side.
Things to do in the Highlands
Near the park, there is an art gallery with changing exhibitions, painting courses and a framing workshop and tuition.
For outdoors lovers, there are sandy beaches and canoeing and kayaking on the loch plus a guided trip of the area, historic castles, a wildlife centre and an abundance of wildlife.
Based on 2 review(s)
highlands 01 Aug 2011
we stayed at the camp for 5 days, would have loved to have stayed longer, the toilet facilities were clean and tidy, as were the hole camp, at the office they were all very friendly and helpful to all our questions,the hole site was very quite at night time, just in the last couple of nights there were some guys in a tent that played guitars, they were very good so it was lovely to hear them! the only gripe was the never played long enough!!All in all it was a lovely place to stay..
Cambs 10 Jul 2008
A well organised site in a beautiful setting on Loch Sunart. Booked in for 2 weeks and stayed for 3! Small shop on site for basics and you can order papers. Otherwise nearest stores are at Acharacle and Strontian. Clean toilets and showers and plenty of water points . Launching for boats on private landing. Touring pitches are separate from holiday homes. Great site if you like off the beaten track only down side are midges, but this is Scotland.
For sales enquiries, call directly on 07930179955.