Birches - a holiday home that sleeps 4 guests in 2 bedrooms
Perfect holiday accommodation
A lovely static caravan on a small site providing ideal accommodation and beautiful views. The level of privacy was great and the fact that I could have my dog with me was a real bonus.
I would not hesitate to go again. Highly recommended!
Another lovely week
We have stayed here many times. It is a beautiful location. Caravan is excellent. Lots of things to see & do in the local area- or just chill & enjoy the spectacular view!
Peaceful retreat perfect for those seeking solitude.
Sunnybrae provides you with a 360* degree view of nature from the moment you arrive until the moment you leave.
Birches caravan was clean and comfortable and offered an elevated view of the sound.
Mike and jenn have considered your every need in the caravan which made it a pleasure to be in for a holiday.
The welcoming BOTHY offers tempting desserts and meals from the freezer as well as helpful local information.
We enjoyed a peaceful, fairly sunny week for the end of September in Scotland.
A 3 day stay in August
Luing is a wonderful place. Its full of wildlife and the scenery is superb. Unfortunately while we were there the weather was awful, torrential rain showers on already saturated ground. It made things worse to be able to look at the television and see that the weather at home (Newcastle) was warm and sunny.
We made the best of things however and tried some of the walks contained in a booklet bought in the bothy for £1.50. I had a great time with my grandchildren who are 6 and 9 years old, fortunately we had wellies and waterproofs.
Sunnybrae is a great site, the owner keeps it very well maintained and is interested in wildflowers and environmentally friendly issues. The vans are well situated with lovely views from all the units. The owner greeted us on arrival and assured us that he was on hand if we needed anything. As it turned out we didn't require any assistance once he had showed me how to work the telly. Everything we needed to know was contained in an extensive booklet about the facilities and the Island.
The Atlantic centre at Cullipool was a good place to visit on a wet day, we didn't have a meal ( apparently they are superb) though we did enjoy a lovely piece of home made cake and a coffee.
Though we didn't speak to many people, those we did speak to from our first meeting with the ferryman were as friendly as its possible to be.
I was looking forward to seeing the stars, but it wasn't to be, the sky was never clear.
All in all I thoroughly enjoyed my visit and I hope to return one day when the weather is more settled.
Be careful on the road from the Atlantic bridge to the ferry, I ran across a couple of budding Colin McRae's and was lucky to get back unscathed.
Peace and tranquillity
Fantastic peaceful gorgeous place
Caravan had absolutely everything you need
Scenery stunning and we saw a seal bobbing along in water outside our caravan window
The only thing that spoiled this little holiday was the good old british weather.
Mike and Jen are a lovely couple with an amazing caravan site. The views were awesome, Wildlife incredible. Can't wait to return