With direct access to the beach, Grannie’s Heilan’ Hame Holiday Park is set by the famous white sands of Embo beach and is located in a superb spot for exploring The Highlands. Enjoy stunning views of Dornorch Firth, while looking out to catch a glimpse of the famous bottlenose dolphins.
Grannie’s Heilan’ Hame offers direct access to the famous white sands of Embo beach and is located in the ideal place for exploring The Highlands. Enjoy the fabulous views of Dornorch Firth, while looking out to catch a glimpse of the famous bottlenose dolphins.
The park offers fantastic facilities that will keep the whole family entertained during your holiday. Whether it be splashing around in the indoor pool with activities, relaxing in the sauna, burning off steam in the adventure playground with zip wire or even having a game of tennis or basketball on our courts! The fun will never stop.
Once you’re ready to relax and have a bite to eat, head over to the Coast Bar & Restaurant for a delicious meal, then later on enjoy your favourite tipple while watching the entertainment.
Amazing accommodation is available here at Grannie’s Heilan’ Hame. Choose from a range of fully equipped caravans, or perhaps a lodge with sea views would be better suited for you and your family. There is something for everyone!
Awards: 4 Star Excellent Award from the Scottish Tourist Board, Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award
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