GLENBRITTLE CAMPSITE

Located on the rugged west coast of the Isle of Skye at the foot of the Cuillin mountains and Loch Brittle beach, Glenbrittle Campsite is the perfect antidote to the pressures of modern living. Founded in 1961 and recently voted No.1 UK Campsite by The Daily Telegraph, the site is an ideal base camp for some of the finest rock climbing and hill walking in Britain and is popular with devotees of the natural site because it offers a wild camping experience with the added advantage of facilities nearby.

OPENING TIMES
1 April – 30 September
Campsite shop and cafe are open daily between 8am and 6pm.

The site features 120 pitches in natural pockets spread liberally across the field and down towards the beautiful Loch Brittle beach. We have a new washroom area with upgraded showers and WC facilities nearby connected by convenient vehicle access tracks and parking across the site. We offer 34 hard stands with electric hook-ups, a campsite shop and cafe offering everything from freshly baked bread, croissants, delicious hot chocolate and a speciality coffee from the Cuillin Coffee Co. to camping and climbing equipment.

Our campsite wardens and baristas take great pride in giving our happy campers a warm Highland Welcome and excellent customer service. They are based on site 24/7 so there is always help on hand.

PRICES (Per Night)
ADULT                                               £9.00
CHILD                                                £6.00
ELECTRIC HOOK-UP                  £6.00

BOOKING
No online or advance booking facility is currently available. We operate on a first come first served basis.

HOW TO GET HERE
A850 from Kyle of Lochalsh to Sligachan, then turn left onto the A863 to Dunvegan. Turn left at Drynoch and take the B8009 to Carbost. Just before you reach Carbost, turn left at the signpost for Glenbrittle.

CONTACT:
Glenbrittle Campsite & Cafe
Glenbrittle
Isle of Skye IV47 8TA
T: +44 (0) 1478 640404
E: glenbrittle@dunvegancastle.com

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