Bunchrew Caravan Park

Bunchrew welcomes you to the beautiful quiet setting on the southern shore of the Beauly Firth, the Park enjoys wonderful views over the water to Ben Wyvis and the hills beyond.

Our 20 acres of peaceful sheltered parkland surrounded by mature trees offer a welcome haven for campers and caravanners with a friendly informal family-run atmosphere. Only 3 miles west of Inverness on the A862 from Beauly, 10 mins by car from the city centre and A9 trunk road, and regular bus serice from town.

Bunchrew is like the hub of a wheel - from here you can access the entireBuchrew-Caravan-Park6.jpg Highlands within a few hours, a great base for touring - just 60 miles to the west lies the West Coast, within 10 minutes drive you can be in the heart of europe's last great wilderness. With Inverness just 3 miles to the east.

A whole host of things to do in the area from walking & watersports to whisky trails & shopping.

Bunchrew is open from the middle of March to the end of November.

There are 125 level, grassy pitches for tents, caravans and motorhomes, of which 50 are supplied with electrical hook-ups, with all the facilities you will need for a comfortable stay, whether you stop for a night, a week, or longer.

There is a shop and launderette on site as well as the usual shower block and Calor gas facilities. There is also a catering van for those who do not want to cook! Cycle Hire and barbecue hire on site.

There are 14 comfortable fully equipped holiday caravans for hire.

The park is FREE FROM MIDGIES with the exception of a very few evenings in the summer!!!

The countryside can change dramatically during the varying seasons of the year: in the Spring the hills and gardens are bursting with colour, the Summer days and nights are long and encourage everyone to take out their cameras. Autumnal colours are simply spectacular and the winter months can be equally breathtaking with sharp, clear and crisp days - but chilly nights!

You can also bring your dog (except Rottweiler and Pit Bull breeds) as long as it is well-behaved, kept on a lead and the owner cleans up when necessary.