Tighnabruich advice?

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  1. JohnnyW

    JohnnyW Read Only Funster

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    Hullo, a newbie here.

    We have just bought our first motorhome, a Swift Sundance 530LP after 20+ years of caravanning.

    We want to use it initially for touring parts of Scotland where we haven't yet been (and there isn't that much tbh).

    I fancy Tighnabruich for this weekend, or anywhere around that area. Any suggested overnight spots/pubs etc that you experts might suggest?

    Cheers

    Johnny
     
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    Oh, and I realise my spelling mistake, but can't see how to edit!

    Tighnabruaich
     
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    Try Portavadie off Loch Fynne 55°52'38.67"N 5°18'48.35"W
    or Nr Kames 55°52'50.15"N 5°13'51.36"W
    or Glendaruel Caravan Park off the A886, used to live in Glendaruel and my brother, Gramps, still does, so if you stay at this campsite tell them Ray MacFarlane sent you.
    on the A8003 big layby overlooking the Kyles of Bute, helped build that road.
    and on the B8000 at Otter Ferry, theres a hotel that allows overnight parking right on the side of Loch Fynne, and theres good fishing to be had off the quay.
    On Isle of Bute off A844 55°50'33.70"N 5° 7'36.90"W again right on the seaside with nice sandy beaches. Hope this helps, and enjoy yourselves, staying on the shore gets less midges.
     

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