Inverewe Gardens Camping and Caravanning Club Site is so far north that a stay around the summer solstice will award you with extra hours of daylight. We can’t quite offer you the midnight sun, but the additional hours at the start and the beginning of the day give you the time you need not just to explore our park, but also the stunning coastal and Highland areas that are on our doorstep.
Open from late March until early November, you can bring your pets along to this park to enjoy the inspirational sunsets that will leave you feeling like you’re somewhere in the Mediterranean or Pacific. The park offers pitches for motorhomes, tents as well as travellers in touring vehicles, and every pitch on our site enables you to enjoy views of Loch Ewe or the rolling countryside and hills of Wester Ross, which surround the park as it looks out across the Loch and towards the Atlantic Ocean.
You will find all the facilities you need for a comfortable stay on site at Inverewe Gardens, including laundry and washing, while park-wide internet access is available for those who want to keep up to date with what is happening away from this tranquil paradise.
While the park itself offers a stunning location for anyone who simply wants to travel to the Highlands and switch off from the world around them, the number of attractions surrounding the area demands your full attention; there’s so much to do that you’d be mad to travel here and not take a look around!
One of the best places to visit is the famous Inverewe Gardens, which feature a number of sub-tropical plants thanks to the North Atlantic drift – Gulf Stream movement also ensures that the park and surrounding area is much warmer than you might expect in such a northern location.
The nearest village is Poolewe, which features a range of local amenities including shops while Gairloch has a museum that houses a range of artefacts from prehistoric times as well as more recent finds. There is even a perfume studio that you can go along to, at Mellon Charles, while your proximity to the coast makes fishing, boating, and even loch swimming in the summer months easy activities to explore. If you’re looking to explore beyond your immediate surroundings, then travel by car to the Isle of Skye, or head to Ullapool for the boat to Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis.
Types of pitches:
Grass only pitch for larger tents
Hardstanding with electric hook-up
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Hardstanding only pitch
Grass only pitch (no electric),
Drinking water taps
Ice pack freezing
Battery charging facilities
Inverewe is warmed by waters from the Gulf Stream - visit the amazing subtropical gardens created here in the 19th century. Some all-weather pitches available.
More beauty can be found at Osgood Mackenzie’s Inverewe Gardens, a few minutes’ walk from the site. Established over 100 years ago, the gardens are home to sub-tropical plants courtesy of the North Atlantic Drift.
Poolewe village is a five-minute walk from the site, while nearby Gairloch has a Heritage Museum showing life from prehistoric times to the present day , and Marine Life Centre offering daily cruises to survey dolphins, whales and seals. For a unique souvenir, you can also create your own scent at Scotland’s only working perfume studio at Mellon Charles.
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