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Sunnybrae Caravan Park

Argyll, Oban

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Welcome to Sunnybrae Caravan Park on the easily accessible Isle of Luing, near Oban. We are a small, family owned and run business, with eight self-catering holiday homes overlooking the dynamic Cuan Sound on the spectacular West Coast of Scotland. Our 4 Star small holiday park is ideal for those looking for a peaceful, happy holiday in Scotland amid the stunning scenery of the highlands and islands. Children and dogs are very welcome!Our holiday homes are sited along the shore of Cuan Sound, and are angled to maximise the sea views from each. Seals, otters and a variety of sea birds are regularly seen from the caravans, as well as the occasional visit by dolphins and porpoises. Each has its own picnic table and parking for one car and we have a small slipway, pontoon and mooring for guests boats. All of the holiday homes are very well equipped with everything you need to make your stay pleasant and relaxing.In ТThe BothyУ we have Wifi, washing machine, tumble drier, books, DVD's, barbeques, charcoal, crab lines and local info for your use, plus a small freezer with ready made meals using mainly organic foods, locally sourced venison, burgers, sausages, black pudding, haggis and creel caught seafood for the more adventurous to create their own dishes! With a bit of notice though, we can get you freshly caught lobsters, crabs, scallops and prawns from the Luing fishermen.We are just 16 miles south of Oban which takes around 35 minutes to drive on our roads, Glasgow is abit further, being 3 hours away but not too far."Belnahua", the Luing car ferry, runs 6 days a week between 7.30am and 6pm with passenger ferries until 10pm. In the Summer months the "Belnahua" also runs in the evenings.A holiday on Luing has all the attractions of a Scottish Island holiday with all the amenities the main land has to offer within easy access. Saying that, many of our guests, never leave during their holiday and keep returning year upon year.

Open from 1st Apr to 30th Sep
South Cuan, Oban, Argyll, PA34 4TU, Scotland

Atmosphere

Quiet and peaceful

Facilities and things nearby

Facilities
Beach
Bikes for hire
Fishing
Washing up facilities

Good to know

Policies
Dogs allowed

Location

GPS: 56.2633°N, 5.6332°W

The Isle of Luing is 16 miles south of Oban, accessible by a three minute ferry ride from North Cuan, on the southerly tip of Seil Island. Seil is connected to the mainland by the famous "Bridge Over the Atlantic". Whilst many of our guests travel by car, it is possible to come using public transport but it does need a little planning! Below are links to all the main transport providers - it is well worth checking details before you travel, and often you can get cheaper fares if you book in advance. We have bike hire available on site, so if you would like to combine that in your travel plans then please let us know in advance so that we can make sure they are reserved for you.The Isle of Luing is 16 miles south of Oban, accessible by a three minute ferry ride from North Cuan, on the southerly tip of Seil Island. Seil is connected to the mainland by the famous "Bridge Over the Atlantic". Whilst many of our guests travel by car, it is possible to come using public transport but it does need a little planning! Below are links to all the main transport providers - it is well worth checking details before you travel, and often you can get cheaper fares if you book in advance. We have bike hire available on site, so if you would like to combine that in your travel plans then please let us know in advance so that we can make sure they are reserved for you.Ferry Luing is served by the car/passenger ferry MV Belnahua on its regular crossing from North Cuan on the Isle of Seil. You can bring your car over on this ferry, or park for free at North Cuan and come over on foot. The entrance to Sunnybrae is just 50 metres from the ferry slipway on Luing. The car/passenger ferry runs every half hour from 7.30am - 6:00pm Monday to Saturday all year. The passenger only ferry runs at 7.30pm or 10:00pm Monday to Thursday with an extra sailing at 10.30pm on a Friday and Saturday. The Sunday passenger ferry runs between 11:00am and 6:00pm but during the summer months this service is replaced with the car/passenger ferry.The Sunday passenger ferry runs between 11:00am and 6:00pm but during the summer months this service is replaced with the car/passenger ferry. There are also additional evening car/passenger ferry sailings during the summer months of June, July and August. The "Grey Dog" is our relief ferry when Belnahua goes for her annual service during the Spring. A copy of the timetable is available online on the Argyll and Bute Council website. There is also a timetable and fares on the CalMac website, even though they don't run the ferry. If you are planning on exploring the area a lot during your stay then it can be a good idea to buy a book of five tickets when you come over on the ferry the first time. This works out significantly cheaper than buying individual tickets each time you cross. You can also save money by parking your car in North Cuan and coming across as foot passengers when possible. Bus There is a regular bus service from Oban to the ferry slipway at North Cuan. The 418 service connects Oban with North Cuan ferry slipway and is run by West Coast Motors. A timetable is available on their website. During the summer holidays, and on Saturdays the service runs four times a day. Train The train service from Oban goes via Crianlarich to Glasgow Queen Street Station, with three journeys a day all year, and four on Saturdays during the summer. Timetables for the line are available online from ScotRail. Now that the West Coast Line has been upgraded Virgin Trains are offering an even quicker service with the journey from London to Glasgow taking as little as four and a half hours. Prices differ widely depending on when you want to travel, but booking in advance can be a third of the price of buying a ticket on the day you travel!Coach Citylink runs a service from Glasgow to Oban that runs up to 7 times a day. It is possible to come via Inverarary or Crianlarich. Timetables and fares are available on the Citylink website. Car When travelling by car it is worth bearing in mind that the roads in the west of Scotland are slower than you may be used to so allow plenty of time for your journey. Expect to take around 3 hours from Glasgow to Luing regardless of the route you take.

Airports
  • Colonsay Airstrip - 44 km
  • Coll Airport - 71 km
  • Campbeltown Airport - 91 km
Ferries
  • Troon - 98 km
  • Cairnryan - 148 km
  • Larne - 157 km

Availability

Mobile home

We have 2 six berth holiday homes and 6 four berth holiday homes.

Maximum persons: 8

Dimensions: 4 x 8 meters

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from £80.00 per night
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Policies

Payment terms

100% of the remaining balance on arrival

Cancellation policy

Cancel 30 days or more before arrival 100% refunded, Cancel less than 30 days before arrival 0% refunded

Cards accepted at this property

Credit cards accepted at this campsite.