For a special holiday where you can relax and unwind, Resipole is just the place to enjoy the peace, the silence and the stunning views. On the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, in the Scottish Highlands our comfortable accommodation will ease away the stresses of modern living.
Here you can stay on the spacious touring park with a caravan, tent or motor home. Facilities include laundry, motor home service bay, slipway for small boat launching and art gallery and studios.
Take a walk through the ancient Sunart Oakwoods which have been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. This is one of the few areas where the Ancient Caledonian Oak Forest still remain.
Climb the hills out to the summit of Beinn Resipol (a Corbett, 845m), enjoy the spectacular views out to Skye, the Inner and Outer Hebrides and over to Ben Nevis.
There are many opportunities to fish, explore the sandy beaches and ancient ruined castles, and breath in wonderfully unpolluted air. Otters, seals, red deer, pine martens, eagles, they are all here, right on the farm. Take a boat and discover the coastline of Loch Sunart with the many types of wildlife to be found there.
Resipole, being centrally positioned, is ideally placed for exploring this wonderful, rugged and remote peninsula.
If you are a regular visitor to Ardnamurchan you will know what make this peninsula so special, but if you haven't been before, and you love walking and wild life, the wide open spaces, the freedom and peacefulness the area has to offer, then be prepared to be drawn back ~ time and again.
Slipway at Resipole
Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: chemical toilet disposal facilities, gas refills, electric hookups, toilets, showers, laundry facilities
Pets are welcome.
Take the A82 through Glen Coe. Four iles after Balachulish Bridge turn left and take the Corran Ferry. Continue on the A861 through Strontian. The park is 8 miles west of Strtontian on the A861 on the shores of Loch Sunart.