Tibbie Shiels St Mary's loch

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  1. lorger

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    We find Tibbie Shiels ideal for a quiet weekend just chilling, the site is nothing fancy it does have showers and facilities although we haven't used them. Only other thing there is a pub, a loch and stunning views. It's less than an hour from us and only about 17 miles from the M74, very narrow road in places but worth it.

    http://tibbieshiels.com/
     
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    Looks great Gerry,ideal for a bit of kayaking,I also like the fire pit as I think a fire adds to the camping experience.Will have a look when we get home and mabey use it as a stopover on our next trip !




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    Yes would be ideal for the kayak the site is very basic but ideal for a weekend forgot to mention there is also a sailing club so nice tO sit back and watch the boats.

    We will hopefully heading there in the next couple of weeks
     
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    Does it allow motorhomes on the site as it sates ne vehicles allowed in the camping area
     
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    Yes it takes Motorhomes just means no vehicles with the tent campers they have to carry their stuff from the car park about 20 yards away.
     
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    We looked at this last year for New Year's Eve but decided too far for the time we had. Still not been but does look a fab place. Thanks for reminding me about it (y)
     
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    We've stayed here. They charge for the kindling for your fire pit and also state that you must buy your booze from the pub. otherwise its a very nice spot but gets very busy with tents. Getting water was a bit of a problem as you couldn't get the van within 20 yards of the only tap.
     
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    Thanks for the reply just couldn't see where to book online for a motorhome
     

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