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View from Campsite

Hard standing with
Hook ups

Crannich Pond

Facilities Unit



View from Facilities Unit

Touring Site

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Small, quiet campsite exclusively for motorhomes, campervans and touring Caravans.

Sorry, but no tents unless part of a motorhome or caravan booking
(please enquire before booking)

  6 hard standings including hook-ups, high quality wc/shower unit, covered washing up and clothes drying area, drinking water grey water & CDP waste points.

     Free TV satellite connection provided you bring your own FREESAT or SKY box & lead          Our system does not work with freeview in-built in your TV
If you can't supply your own Freesat or Sky box you can hire one from us for 1.00 a day

Good access & site lighting, off main road 

For bookings please contact:

Tel: 01680 300495
Email: info@crannich.co.uk

Please note:
  • Caravan & motorhome owners are advised to bring heavy duty pegs for pitching awnings & gazebos on hardstandings
  • Pets by prior arrangement, dogs to be kept on leads at all times on the site & never left unattended
  • Payment on arrival cash or cheques only, please come to farmhouse to check in
  • Advanced bookings require upfront deposit - please enquire
  • Arrivals between 2pm & 8pm, late arrivals by prior arrangement, departure by 11am.
  • Unfortunately we are unable to provide disabled facilities at this time.




 per night

 MOTORHOME 20.00 Including 2 people and free use of electric hookup
 CARAVAN 20.00
No large caravans / American sized motorhomes except by prior arrangement.


Single occupancy discount of 4.00 on the  above standard charge
Each extra adult  3.00  
Each extra child (3-15 years)  1.00
Children under 3 years - free of charge  
Awnings, pup tents, gazebo,or additional car 2.00 each

Opening April until end of October

( Please check for exact opening date)


All photographic images supplied courtesy of and copyright Iain
Erskine, Samantha Sedgwick, James Sedgwick, Keith Duncan, Alan Parker and Richard Clutterbuck