Inver Caravan Park is OPEN ALL YEAR and is adjacent to the A9 just north of Dunbeath, superbly located for the NC500, end-to-end routes, stop-overs en route to Orkney, and the John o’ Groats Trail. It is a small, quiet, friendly 4* site with excellent facilities, even a bath. There are hard standings for motor homes and caravans and plenty of smooth grass for tents. We have 2 static holiday caravans which can be booked for 3 nights or more. Inver Park House, our home, is a 4* B&B with 3 large en-suite rooms on the ground floor, perhaps useful for more elderly family members to come on holiday with you. We have an efficient drying room in case you arrive with wet clothing and our facilities block has underfloor heating and power showers.
Inver Caravan Park is just north of Dunbeath in Caithness, 38 miles south of John o' Groats. It is OPEN ALL YEAR. It covers nearly an acre with smooth grass for tents and 10 hard standings, 18 electric hook-ups, mains drinking water and a dump station for waste water and chemical toilet waste. In 2011 we extended and upgraded the facilities block, which now has underfloor heating, double glazing and lots of insulation. It gives us 3 private shower rooms, one suitable for disabled use, an extra WC, and a well-equipped laundry and dishwashing area. The showers were further upgraded in 2017, and in 2019 we added a bathroom with shower over the bath. We have an excellent drying room, guaranteed to dry anything overnight! Excellent fibre-optic Wifi is available free. We welcome all caravans and motor homes of any size, tents, trailer tents, cars, vans, walkers and cyclists, children and dogs - in fact everyone! Charges are per pitch and per person, per night, and vary according to the season. We accept payment in cash or Card, or even Paypal. Details via email and on the website! We are a few minutes walk away from the SPAR shop, and the Bay Owl restaurant and pub (booking recommended). From the Park there are beautiful views over Dunbeath Bay, and lovely walks along the beach or up the Dunbeath Strath. Locally, there are the excellent Dunbeath Heritage Centre and the Laidhay Croft Museum. The childrens play park and tennis court are also nearby. It is in a convenient location to use as a stop-over on the long walk or cycle run from Lands End, as it is 38 miles from John o Groats, or before catching a ferry to Orkney. It is also on the NC500 route, and the John o' Groats Trail for enthusiastic walkers. Use it as a base for exploring the far north, visiting the Castle of Mey, for climbing cliffs and sea-stacks, for hill-walking on Scaraben or Morven, for discovering the interesting archaeology of Caithness, or for simply relaxing in a beautiful location. We also have 2 holiday caravans for hire. ‘Scaraben View’ sleeps up to 8 people. It has central heating in all rooms, double glazing, free-standing lounge and dining furniture, bathroom with shower, colour television with Freeview, free gas and electricity, and a very fully equipped kitchen. All bedding, towels, cleaning materials and toilet rolls are provided. All you need to bring is your food! ‘Castle View’ sleeps up to 4 people, and also has central heating. It is similarly equipped. Either static can be booked online for 3 or more days and details and booking are available from the website.
|Castle View||£370 Per unit per week|
|Scaraben View||£470 Per unit per week|
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