Welcome to Sunnybrae Caravan Park on the easily accessible Isle of Luing, near Oban. We are a small, family owned and run business, with eight self-catering holiday homes overlooking the dynamic Cuan Sound on the spectacular West Coast of Scotland. Our 4 Star small holiday park is ideal for those looking for a peaceful, happy holiday in Scotland amid the stunning scenery of the highlands and islands. Children and dogs are very welcome!
- Mobile Home322 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
Heron - a holiday home that sleeps 6 guests in 3 bedrooms
- Calendar last updated:
- Jul 13, 2018
We are a couple who wanted to enjoy a quiet and relaxing holiday. Sunnybrae was the ideal setting to enjoy this. The proximity of the caravan to the water front gave us a nice views and was great for our dog to bathe.
The caravan itself was very clean, comfortable, well presented and equipped with all the essential utilities we needed. We did have issues with our tv not working for several days, however it really was not a big deal.
Overall Sunnybrae was the perfect location for us to disconnect for a few days and also to travel and explore some of the Inner Hebrides. If you want a quiet and slow paced holiday, this place is ideal.
If you want to relax in peace this is the place
If you want exercise and adventure this is the place. Kayaking, swimming, fishing, cycling all on your doorstep with a degree of isolation. Take a good set of binoculars for the wild life otters, seals, eagles, all types of birds can be spptted, in fact the seals followed me round when i was swimming. Mike and Jenny are there for you if you need them, and to make you feel welcome. There are some great walks on the island with the Atlantic canter in Cullipool for refreshments and displaying the history and heritage of this beautiful little island. There is a shop / post office to stock up from on the island with Oban just 30 mins away, Love the place
Beatiful site in a great location. Saw an otter every day. Planning to return. Very clean and well equipped.
Beautiful scenery, fascinating water currents
Lovely place to stay, quiet with a small island feel, especially after the quickest ever ferry ride. Wi-fi intermittent but the midge-things on site worked a treat. We didn't figure out the TV but there are lots of DVDs to choose from in the Bothy. Weather was glorious and we spent so much time outdoors, wandering all over the island. Dogs must be on a lead due to the sheep and cattle everywhere, and the view from the Trig point is well worth a little climb to watch the sun go down. Mind and take a light jacket though! Views from the caravan windows were simply stunning, I could sit for hours just watching the strong currents in the Cuan sound. Very peaceful visit, thanks to Mike and Jen.
Mike and Jenn clearly love Sunnybrae, not an occupation but a way of life for them. The vans are either new or nearly
new and of a very high standard and spaced in a way that give each van an identity. The site is very well cared for and it felt more like visiting friends or family than visiting a caravan site for the first time. The island is quite small but had a good balance of scenery and peaceful open countryside. The NHS should prescribe a week at Sunnybrae as a cure for stress or burnout.
Fantastic views over the Cuan Sound in a lovely well-equipped brand new caravan.
Fantastic views from the caravan over the Cuan sound. Fascinating watching the tide race and rip through the sound with the ferry, canoeists and various boats passing by.
Watched seals, an otter, herons, cormorants and lots of other birds from the caravan as the sea is only a few feet away.
Caravan well-equipped and warm despite us visiting when the weather was cold outside!
Lovely walks round island and took ferry across the channel and walked up to the Oyster Bar along the coast overlooking Easedale.
DVDs available from the Bothy and bikes to hire too.
Thank You for a lovely stay.
Beds made up for your arrival, towels provided, gas & electric included