Dalilea Caravans are situated in the West Highlands of Scotland, set amidst spectacular scenery in a quiet and idyllic rural location.
The two caravans are set in approximately 2.5 acres of natural oak woodland combined with landscaped gardens, bounded by a 6 ft.high deer fence. From it's elevated position, beautiful views are enjoyed to Ben Resipole and Loch Shiel.
Ardnamurchan is well known for it's unique splendour and is one of the most unspoilt regions in the Highlands. One can visit at any time of year and be enthralled by the natural beauty of the area. There is also an abundance of wildlife - otters, golden eagles, seals, porpoises, pine martens and red deer (which can be spotted a short walk up the hill to the back of the caravans). Nearby are some wonderful beaches for which the West Coast is renowned, fed by the balmy Atlantic Gulf Stream, namely Dorlin and Ardtoe.
From the adjacent hills of Moidart can be seen the Hebridean Isles of Rhum, Eigg and Muck. The nearest village, Acharacle, is 4 miles away where there is a mini-supermarket, post-office with the Blue Parrot cafe attached, a bakery, fish and chip shop, two hotels/restaurants serving delicious home-cooked food, outdoor shop and garage suitable for repair work (fuel can be obtained from Strontian, Mallaig and Fort William. There are also a doctors and dentist nearby. The caravans are 35 miles west of Fort William.
There are two 30 ft. Willerby Caravans on site with the use of 2.5 acre grounds.
Each caravan sleeps 6 people with:
1 x double end bedroom with cupboard surround and double wardrobe.
1 x twin bedroom with single wardrobe.
The caravans are very well-equipped and all electric and gas is free.
Lounge/Diner with gas fire, Sky TV and DVD player.
Fully-equipped kitchen with full-size gas cooker, oven fridge etc. CORGI Certified.
Constant hot and cold water.
Shower Room with wash basin and flush toilet.
Bed linen, towels and tea towels included in price.
There is a washing line and wheelie bin for use by caravan tenants at the side of the concrete sectional garage.
LOCAL PLACE OF INTEREST
Sandy Atlantic beaches at Ardtoe
Ardnamurchan Lighthouse Exhibition
Ardnamurchan Natural History Centre
Castle Tioram at Dorlin
Beaches at Sanna Bay - renowned
Visit Tobermory, Isle of Mull vi ferry at Kilchoan (approx. 25 miles)- base for the popular "Balamory" children's programme
The Silver Walk at Dorlin
The Singing Sands of Gorten
The Nevis Range Ski Lift at Fort William
The Glenfinnan Monument
Mallaig Fishing Port and Exhibition
Silver Sands of Morar
Salmon leaping on the River Shiel
Sea fishing (Atlantic and Loch Sunart)
Freshwater fishing (Loch Shiel and Hill Lochs etc)
Boat Cruises out to the Hebridean Isles
Glenuig and Smirisay beaches (kayaks available from the Glenuig Inn)
Polloch and Loch Doilet
Climbing, Ben Resipole, Ben Hiant etc.
Seal, otter, eagle and heron watching at the hide between Salen and Strontian.
£195 - £245 per unit per week
|Open All Year|
|2013 Opening Times (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|
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