Loch Katrine Eco Camping

UK Scotland Central Scotland Stirlingshire

  • Electrical hook-ups
  • Dogs welcome
  • Good walks nearby
Loch-side sleeping and steamship exploring in one of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park's most historic locations

It’s not always clear which is the biggest attraction at Loch Katrine. The water itself – a nine-mile-long S shape in the heart of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park – or the 100-year-old single screw passenger steamship (the last of her kind) that sails across it. The world-famous steamer Sir Walter Scott came here in 1899 by barge, boat and horse-drawn carriage before being painstakingly re-assembled for her maiden voyage. For today’s vessel visitors it’s a far easier ride. A one-hour drive from Glasgow, a little more from Edinburgh, or the sleeper train from London to Stirling affording you a little less stress on your journey north. From Stirling, it's just a short drive into the spellbinding heart of the Trossachs and the Great Trossachs Forest National Nature Reserve. A truly magical setting, Sir Walter Scott described 'the scenery of a fairy dream’ in his famous poem Lady of the Lake.

Along with running the Steamship Sir Walter Scott, the Lady of the Lake, the Trossachs Pier, Brenachoile cafe, the gift shop, and visitor centre, the team here at Loch Katrine have also just opened an exciting eco campsite. The brand new facilities are suitably modern, fully accessible and cater for eight camping pitches and up to 12 motorhomes, while a clutch of secluded glamping lodges allow those travelling light to live in luxury but still enjoy the great outdoors. The lodges' prime position means glampers wake up in the long dawn shadows of Ben Venue, soundtracked by the rippling waters of Loch Katrine and the crinkling top of Ben A'an – the mountain in miniature – looming in the distance. As evening descends, the dramatic sunsets enjoyed from the lodge are very special indeed. Inside each eco lodge, a compact kitchen, heating, proper beds, TV and free Wi-Fi come as standard. The largest ones also offer en suite shower rooms and underfloor heating.

As pampered as an eco lodge stay might sound, it’s still a far cry from the delights Queen Victoria experienced when she came to visit the loch in 1859, famously demanding an entire house and jetty be built for her exclusive personal use. Alas, despite the production of the gothic royal cottage and jetty, which can still be visited to this day, Queen Victoria never stayed there overnight. The 21 gun salute that greeted her arrival shattered almost every window in the house.

If you’re not listening to such tales as you take a narrated boat tour across the water, then hiring bikes on site is also a fantastic option. You can grab a one-way boat ticket to the far end of the loch (taking bikes and buggies on board) and pedal back along the quiet and almost car-free, loch-side road. Hiking, meanwhile, is the key attraction for many. Whether it’s a gentle stroll to Glengyle (the birthplace of Scottish legend Rob Roy MacGregor), taking the long route to Ben Lomond or making your way up to the nearby peak of Ben A'an, there are endless opportunities to keep you occupied. The latter even boasts views back down to the loch, where you can see the Steamship Sir Walter Scott departing across the water. From up top you can really understand how Loch Katrine – “highland thief or robber” in gaelic – earned its name. It certainly steals your breath away.

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Facilities

Woodland camping, some pitches with electrical hook-up, with access to a shared toilet and shower block. 2 camping pitches are wheelchair-friendly. Eco lodges feature a small kitchenette with combo microwave, fridge and sink, Freeview HDTV, free Wi-Fi, lighting and heating. Basic lodges sleep 2 in fixed double bunk beds and a further 2 in a double sofa bed. A toilet and shower block is nearby. The luxury lodges have en-suite facilities (including a walk-in electric shower), underfloor heating and sleep up to 4, with 2 in a king-sized bed and up to 2 in a fold down bed. A wheelchair-friendly lodge is available. Open fires and charcoal BBQs are not permitted. There is no direct access to the Loch at the Eco Camp site, a fence prevents access due to continual boat movements. There are view points and access to the lochside a short walk up the lochside. Fishing on Loch Katrine is by boat only and requires a permit. Campervan/Motor-home pitches are in the car park and have electric hook-ups, water and are close to a toilet block where there is a wet room and shower. All guests receive 20% off sailings on the Steamship Sir Walter Scott and the Lady of the Lake. There is a small shop on site where a limited range of supplies are available as well as a café/tearoom.

Suitable For

Glampers, campers, tents, campervans and motorhomes all welcome. Dogs welcome in some pods (£8 supplement per night). No caravans, stag or hen parties. All guests receive 20% off sailings on the Steamship Sir Walter Scott or on the Lady of the Lake.

Nearby

Catching a boat tour across to Stronachlachar is a must. The hamlet is full of history and not more than an hour’s walk from Inversnaid, a checkpoint on the West Highland Way. It's been welcoming the steamship Sir Walter Scott for decades. For cyclists, the road along the northern shore of the loch is a relatively flat, car-free tarmac surface, making it the ideal alternative route to the other end of the water. You can hire bikes from Katrine Wheelz (01877 376366) at Trossachs Pier and bikes can also be booked on board the boats, so you can cross the loch and cycle back. For other routes in the Trossachs, the ‘School House Cycle’ is a family-friendly trail that enjoys views across Loch Katrine and surrounding hills such as Ben A’an and Ben Venue. The trail itself is an easy ½-mile and can be combined with a cycle from Trossachs Pier or Stronachlachar but it also links up with 35-mile national route 7. Between Loch Katrine and Loch Achray, Ben A’an (Gaelic for “pinnacle” ) is one of Scotland’s more accessible peaks and one of the most rewarding hikes in the area. There are a series of well catalogued routes, for varying levels of hikers in the Great Trossachs Forest and Queen Elizabeth Forest Park (the latter boasts a visitor centre at the Lodge in Aberfoyle). The route from Loch Achray to the summit of Ben A’an is 2½ miles long, for those looking to experience the hilltop view without a complex climb. Other nearby attractions include the castles at Stirling (01786 450000) and Doune (01786 841742), whisky distilleries at Deanston (01786 843010) and Glengoyne (01360 550 254), the National Wallace Monument (01786 472140), Blair Drummond Safari Park (01786 841456) and Go Ape Aberfoyle (0845 094 9032).

Food & Drink

There aren’t many spots with a view like Loch Katrine's own Brenachoile cafe (01877 376 799). Grab some pre-exploration lunch or enjoy a much deserved tea and cake, all overlooking the loch. Situated at the Trossachs Pier, the Brenachoile offers a warm welcome and extensive array of locally sourced fresh food on offer for families, hikers and cyclists in the area, as well as those staying at the campsite. Open daily on a seasonal basis but not in the evenings. There are a number of places to eat and drink in lochside settings and also in the nearby settlements of Brig o Turk, Callander and Aberfoyle.

Opening Times

All year.

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The Owner Says

It’s not always clear which is the biggest attraction at Loch Katrine, the water itself – a nine-mile-long S shape in the heart of The Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park – or the 119-year-old single screw passenger steamship, (the last of her kind), that sails along it. The world-famous steamer, Sir Walter Scott, came here in sections in 1899 by barge and horse-drawn bogies before being painstakingly re-assembled for her maiden voyage at the end of March 1900. For today’s visitors it’s a far easier journey! We are a one-hour drive from Glasgow and just a little more from Edinburgh. The sleeper train from London to Stirling affords you even less stress on your journey north. From Stirling, it's just a short drive into the spellbinding heart of the Trossachs and the Great Trossachs Forest National Nature Reserve.

It is a truly magical setting!

Along with running the Steamship Sir Walter Scott, the Lady of the Lake, the Trossachs Pier, the steamship cafe, the gift shop, and visitor centre, the team here at Loch Katrine have just opened our new and exciting eco campsite. The brand new facilities are suitably modern. Our new secluded eco lodges allow those traveling light to live in luxury but still enjoy the great outdoors.  Located 7 miles from Callander and 5 miles from Aberfoyle; our Eco Camp is the perfect base to get away from it all but still be within a short drive to bustling tourist hubs.  Inside each eco lodge, a compact kitchen, heating, proper beds, TV and free Wi-Fi come as standard. The largest lodges also offer en suite shower rooms and under-floor heating.

The lodges' prime position means “glampers” wake up to the view of Ben Venue, lulled by the rippling waters of Loch Katrine. As evening descends, the dramatic sunsets enjoyed from the lodges are very special indeed. As exciting as an eco lodge stay might sound, it’s still a far cry from Queen Victoria’s experience when she came to visit the loch in 1859, famously demanding an entire house and jetty to be built for her exclusive personal use. Alas, despite the production of the gothic royal cottage and jetty, which can still be visited to this day, Queen Victoria never stayed there overnight. The twenty-one-gun salute that greeted her arrival shattered almost every window in the house making it impossible for her to stay overnight.

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Accommodation

4 large Loch lodges (en suite), 4 Ben lodges (shared facilities), 8 camping pitches and 12 motor-home hook ups in the car parking area.

Tent Grass Pitch 1

Grass pitch Sleeps 4 8 Available
We have 8 grass tent pitches in a quiet woodland location. Each pitch is suitable for a four person tent, you have full use of the facilities which include toilets and hot showers and a food preparation area with dish washing sink. You also receive 20% off on sailings on the Steamship Sir Walter Scott and the Lady of the Lake.

MH 1- Hard Standing Pitch

All-weather with electricity Sleeps 8 8 Available
Our Hard standing pitches and hooks ups are located in our car park with easy access to toilet and shower facilites. Each hook up is in a clearly marked bay and has easy access to the walking routes on the north shore of Loch Katrine and associated woodland walks, bring your binoculars and keep an eye out for the abundant wildlife and birds! You also receive 20% off on sailings on the Steamship Sir Walter Scott and the Lady of the Lake - Please select on the extras menu when booking!

Ben Ledi - Standard Eco Lodge

Pod Sleeps 4
Our standard lodges are in a stunning location overlooking the Loch Katrine. Each have proper beds and a small kitchenette which includes a microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and sink.

Ben A'an - Standard Eco Lodge

Pod Sleeps 4
Our standard lodges are in a stunning location overlooking the Loch Katrine. Each have proper beds and a small kitchenette which includes a microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and sink.

Ben Venue - Standard Eco Lodge

Pod Sleeps 4
Our standard lodges are in a stunning location overlooking Loch Katrine. Each have proper beds and a small kitchenette which includes a microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and sink.

Ben Lomond - Standard Eco Lodge

Pod Sleeps 4
Our standard lodges are in a stunning location overlooking Loch Katrine. Each have proper beds and a small kitchenette which includes a microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and sink.

Loch Venachar - Eco Lodge

Pod Sleeps 4
Our luxury lodges have en-suite facilities; walk in electric shower, wc and heated towel rail. The lodge accommodates 4 adults with a double bed and king fold out bed, bed linen and towels provided. The lodges are in a stunning location overlooking Loch Katrine. All have a small kitchenette including a microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and sink.

Loch Katrine - Luxury Eco Lodge

Pod Sleeps 2
Our luxury lodges all have en-suite facilities; walk in electric shower, toilet and heated towel rail. The lodge can accommodate 2 adults in a king sized bed and option of one child on a small sofa bed, with bed linen and towels provided. The lodges are in a stunning location overlooking Loch Katrine. All have a small kitchenette which includes a microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and sink.

Loch Achray - Eco Lodge

Pod Sleeps 4
Our luxury lodges have en-suite facilities; walk in electric shower, wc and heated towel rail. The lodge accommodates 4 adults with a double bed and king fold out bed, bed linen and towels provided. The lodges are in a stunning location overlooking Loch Katrine. All have a small kitchenette including a microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and sink.

Loch Arklet - Eco Lodge

Pod Sleeps 2
Our luxury lodges all have en-suite facilities; walk in electric shower, toilet and heated towel rack. This lodge accommodates 2 adults with a double bed and an option for one small child on a small rollout bed, all bed linen and towels provided. The lodges are in a stunning location overlooking Loch Katrine. They have a small kitchenette which includes a microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and sink.

Woodland Hard Standing

Grass pitch Sleeps 4
Located adjacent to our Camping Lodges @ Lochside.

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Location

Contact Loch Katrine Eco Camping, Loch Katrine, By Callander, Stirling FK17 8HZ

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Getting There

From Callander, Loch Katrine is 10 miles via the A84 to Kilmahog, and then the A821 through Brig o’ Turk. From Aberfoyle it's 7 miles via the A821 (Duke’s Pass). If you have a Sat Nav try Trossachs Pier Car Park which is at N56.23226 W4.42734. From the car park, head toward Duke’s Pass/A821 and, after around a ½-mile, turn left onto Duke’s Pass/A821. Then turn left at the signpost for Loch Katrine and follow the road to the car park, remembering to pay for your stay. The nearest train station is in Stirling, where you can change to get the bus to Callander or Aberfoyle, unfortunately, public transport options onto Trossachs Pier from both villages are limited. You can book a DRT (Demand Responsive Transport) car to get to you the Pier. Use this link for details Demand Responsive Transport

Reviews

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Rated ★★★★★ over 26 reviews

★★★★☆

Lovely location

All in all a very nice little site. We camped and aside from the weather and shop all was spot on. The toilet and shower were modern and clean. Our pitch was directly opposite the Loch so there was a lovely view of the water and surrounding mountains. The ground was very hard so if you are camping bring extra pegs as they all get bent trying to find a soft enough place. The shop is a gift shop with no real camping supplies, not even milk, and the nearest convenience store is a good 25 minutes drive away so you need to plan ahead!! Nice outdoor food prep area with communal fridge. The staff are really nice and helped us out when we forgot an electric hook up cable. The area is serene and calm with a couple of swings to keep the kids occupied for a while. Unfortunately we had to leave a day early due to the rain and no lodges available but we were all sad to leave. The boat trip is also well worth a go!
Sep 1, 2019 by Tammy Smith
★★★★★

Great location

The pods were clean and had everything you'd expect from them, running water in the pod was a massive bonus! Toilets and showers were clean and staff very helpful and friendly. Activities around the loch were good, really enjoyed a 2 hour cruise on the loch and a very pleasant bike ride, all with a 20% discount.
Aug 25, 2019 by Rob Mace
★★★★★

Beautiful setting, great facilities and very helpful staff

I had book in with 3 children- the owner very kindly let us pitch right next to the pod area, with swings. We were overlooking the beautiful loch too. Despite the rain, we had a wonderful stay- delicious cooked breakfast in the cafe, 2hr cruise then bike ride around the loch- all discounted too. Would definitely recommend.
Aug 18, 2019 by Donna
★★★★★

Great POD at a great price

The eco PODs were spotlessly clean and had all that you need to make your stay enjoyable and comfortable. After a few weeks of camping around Scotland it was nice to stop somewhere that was warm and had a few more home comforts. The showers and toilet were clean, with perhaps the only gripe being that there could do with being an extra toilet. Wi-fi is available but not brilliant, but that enables you to enjoy and appreciate the beauty of the area even more. This definitely accommodation that I would book again in the future.
Aug 17, 2019 by Liam
★★★★★

Amazing place!

Stayed in standard lodge on August 10th and had quite satisfactory experience. The location is just fabulous and the eco camping site is nothing less: clean and tidy pod, well looked after showers, helpful staff. Would highly recommend :)
Aug 13, 2019 by Maryam Farzin
★★★★★

Amazing place!

Stayed in standard lodge on August 10th and had quite satisfactory experience. The location is just fabulous and the eco camping site is nothing less: clean and tidy pod, well looked after showers, helpful staff. Would highly recommend :)
Aug 13, 2019 by Maryam Farzin
★★★★★

Very good helpful staff

Very clean, shower block spotless, very helpful staff. 20% discount off any cruise and food quite and peaceful great walks for all ages.
Aug 12, 2019 by Robert Conquer
★★★★☆

Stunning location, clean facilities

We had a tent pitch, cant really fault this campsite. Its a peaceful campsite with a lovely view. The shower and toilet block were clean and tidy. The washing area was well equipped with washing up liquid etc and they even had a miniature fridge! I was worried about reading about midges but they had fans and machines to make them more bearable in certain seating areas. There are walks and two steam boats to keep you occupied as well as bike hire. We really enjoyed our stay and would happily stay here again.
Aug 2, 2019 by Sarah King
★★★☆☆

Lovely site if it wasn't for a midges

It is nearly brand new site. We didn't book lodges but a camping pitch. There is only 8 tent pitches of which only half is actually close to electricity supply. For others it requires a very long connection lead. Showers and toilets are clean and spacious but there is only one shower and one toilet for men and the same for women. With camp site fully booked it's definately not enough. Shower can wait but toilet..... If one is staying at the camp site there is a discount for hiring bicycles and for"Sir Walter Scott " steam ship which is a must if visiting the area. Overall camp site is located in a stunning surroundings and would be a great place if it wasn't for midges. There is so many of them it becomes impossible to be outside a specially in the mornings and afternoons. This is the reason we will definately not be back or at least not during midges season.
Jul 16, 2019 by Konrad Lewinski
★★★★★

Amazing weekend

Great weekend camping at Loch Katrine. The views from our tent were amazing. Great facilities - everything we could have needed. Awesome to see that electric charging points for cars were available. Truly a perfect Eco-camp addition. There is so much to do here, from the hiking and exploring to cruising the loch to simply chilling among the trees. Being a direct descendant of Rob Roy, it was an awesome experience for me to explore the area. Made me feel a true connection with my history. We will definitely return.
Jul 16, 2019 by Jennifer Roy
★★★★★

Superb location, accommodation and service

The Ecopod was well equipped, nicely decorated, and comfortable. The shower was a good pressure and temperature, the pillows were medium firm, and the pod itself was a comfortable temperature. The walk to Ben Venue was a comfortable distance away. The Ecopods were easy to find (2 minutes from reception) but also quite private. The staff were hugely helpful in arranging transport to the train station the following morning.
Jul 8, 2019 by Robyn Todd
★★★★★

Fabulous site, great views!

Just returned from Camping for 3 nights at Loch Katrine Campsite. A great site, clean and well maintained, spoke to various staff including the manager of the site. All were really nice and made us feel so welcome. Great to see how passionate the staff are about looking after and preserving this beautiful place. The manager knew the area well and was very informative and proud of the achievements in bringing this site to life. The facilities were excellent and the toilet and shower blocks were spotless. The outdoor cooking and washing up facilities were great. A nice little restaurant open during the day to grab a cold beer or wine and basic but nice food. And a wee gift shop to buy some nice Scottish trinkets. Of course the old Steam ship is a site to behold and again the staff are so passionate and proud to be part of its Resurrection. Good on you all! Thanks for a fab weekend. We will return.
Jul 2, 2019 by Kate & Gordon Gourlay
★★★★★

Relaxing camping trip in beautiful area

The lodges are perfect size and were so clean. Beautiful location. Had the best stay. The only thing that could be improved is the number of toilets as there is only 1 for women and 1 for men but was not a big issue for us. Overall had the best weekend away staying here and can't wait to come back.
Jun 11, 2019 by Danielle Foster
★★★★★

Simply stunning.

Location, first class. Things to do, endless. Staff, all staff i had dealings with were so friendly and helpfull. Even staff i was not dealing with checking all was ok. Top marks to all involved.
May 31, 2019 by Kev
★★★★★

Excellent! The facilities are spotless and the staff were super and most accommodating.

The location is superb especially when you are fortunate with th e weather. The boat trip was-memorable and most informative also excellent value as included in the cost. Once again have to thank particularly Gordon and Linda who went over and above to accommodate the disabled person n the group, even allowing him to use the site's mobility scooter which was a big hit!!! Would definitely return for a repeat visit. Also saw a rare Pine Martin and actually managed to get pics!! L
May 17, 2019 by Frances Chambers

Response from Loch Katrine Eco Camping

Thank you for your kind review, I will pass your comments on to Gordon and Lynda. We hope to welcome you back.
★★★★☆

Peaceful and stunning location.

Enjoyed a 3 day break in one of the Camping pods which was both cosy and clean as well as containing enough mod cons for keeping ourselves fed and watered. Toilet/ shower block nearby was very clean. Situated on the shoreline of Loch Katrine amongst the Trossochs, the location is stunning with plenty of walking and cycling routes to choose from. Will certainly return again to explore the area further.
May 11, 2019 by Adrian Dunne

Response from Loch Katrine Eco Camping

Thank you for your kind review. We hope you will visit us again.
★★★★☆

Great situation

Good motorhome pitches very handy for exploring Loch Katrine area. Be aware that your electric hookup is a pre paid amount which I was not told about until it went off and I couldn’t find out what the daily allowance is but it’s not a lot !
May 6, 2019 by Ken

Response from Loch Katrine Eco Camping

Our daily allowance is 30 kw which has been sufficient with the majority of our customers staying over night. However, if there are a lot of appliances on it will use the units up rather quickly. If you return for a visit please mention to one of the girls in the booking office and we can discuss how many units you will need for your stay.
★★★★★

Fantastic night away in the perfect setting

So glad we found this place! Perfect pod in a fairytale like setting. My 6 year old daughter loved it. Will be back soon, Highly recommend!
Feb 11, 2019 by Vinny
★★★★★

Fantastic place

Stayed in the Ben Ledi pod with my 2 sisters. Pod was well equipped and extremely cosy and comfortable. Toilet/shower absolutely spotless.The view from the pods over Loch Katrine are simply stunning.
Oct 1, 2018 by Sharon
★★★★☆

Cosy lodge and tranquil scenery!

My partner and I really enjoyed our stay at Loch Katrine. The lodge was spotless and included a lovely little basket of coffee, tea bags, sugar and milk. The beds were more comfortable than it looks and the linen we purchased for an extra £20 was worth it! The bathroom is completely segregated and absolutely luxurious for a campsite. All in all the accommodation and facilities was totally worth the price! The staff were absolutely wonderful and couldn't have made us feel more welcome. Thank you guys! The only thing I would suggest as an improvement is to have at least some bread, butter, milk, and other basics in the shop to buy as we didn't realise that we couldn't take the opportunity to eat past the cafe's closing time. Although we weren't prepared for this (and will be next time), it would have been nice to have the option to buy a few essentials. Other than that, I couldn't fault the campsite! Thank you for a wonderful stay and will definitely be visiting again!
Sep 14, 2018 by Claire
★★★★★

The comfort yet still being so close to nature and peace.

The comfort yet still being so close to nature and peace.
Jul 24, 2018 by Fiona
★★★★☆

Beautiful location

Myself, my partner and our dog stayed for one night in July 2018. The campsite location is beautiful and the campsite is well set out and immaculately kept. The camping pods have a surprising amount of space and are well equipped. However, it should be noted that there is a combination microwave but no cooking hob so plan meals accordingly (although we did discover that you can actually cook pasta in a microwave). BBQs can be hired. Another issue we had was definitely with the lack of toilet/shower facilities. There are quite a few pods plus people camping in tents overnight and there are only 1 toilet and 1 shower each for male and female. We had to forgo morning showers before checking out! On a related topic, there was also a lack of dog poo bins which seemed strange considering that dogs are allowed on site. Otherwise a lovely night with minimal midge bites!
Jul 23, 2018 by Ruth
★★★★★

The eco pods were absolutley amazing and the scenery is spectacular especially from the Walter Scott Steamship

Jun 21, 2018 by jane hanby
★★★★★

Cute pods in an amazing location

My family of three (myself, partner and 6 year old daughter) stayed in Ben Lomond. It's really well equipped and we ordered the gas BBQ and linen which was all ready for us when we arrived. The view is stunning, the bed surprisingly comfortable, our daughter loved the bunkbeds and we all loved sitting out on our wee veranda (when there were no midges - more on that later!). The best bit is being able to get up, breakfast and then head straight onto the cycle path first thing ahead of any crowds - we had the path to ourselves much of the time. Our daughter also adored climbing up the hill and over the big rocks behind our pod, with her friends. The shower and toilet were spotless - there's only one of each for each gender, but we never had to wait so it wasn't a problem. The only issue was the midges - they were out in force and nothing stopped them other than the fan in the camping kitchen. This meant it also got a bit hot at night as we couldn't open any windows. One of the trustees of the site chatted to us and said they'll be putting up midge proof screens so windows can be opened which would make a big difference. They maybe also need to put fans on each of the pod porches as we had to give in and go inside after being bitten to death! We'll definitely be back but maybe ahead or after the midge season next time!!
Jun 11, 2018 by Stephanie
★★★★★

Wonderful pod in a great location

Really well equipped pod with the bonus of having a sink and crockery and cutlery. The location is fabulous. Stayed in the Ben Ledi pod with my dog, it was wonderful to sit out and admire the stunning view of Loch Katrine and Ben Venue. The one shower and toilet didn’t seem to be an issue even though the site was pretty full. Thanks to Gordon and his team who were very friendly and helpful, I would highly recommend this site, and will definitely be heading back in the future.
May 22, 2018 by Karen Henderson
★★★★★

Peaceful lochside area with stunning views.

We camped at this brand new site and were very impressed. The pitch we had was beside the Loch and had stunning views. The site itself is very peaceful and the staff very helpful and friendly. The kitchen area is a work in progress so the site itself is not fully finished as yet. There is one toilet and one shower for ladies and one for gents which, whilst perfect for us, may not be sufficient if the site were to be full and I'm not sure if more are planned so that would be worth checking on. Will definately be back.
May 17, 2018 by Debbie

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