Call and book today on 01445 731556

Astounding beauty

There isn't anywhere else quite like the West Coast. The world renowed rugged landscape makes for truly breathtaking views.

Peaceful & Relaxing

Keen hillwalker or easy rambler - there are an abundance of opportunities not to be missed.

Caravans for hire

Five holiday caravans available for hire, all of which are situated on the sea-front.

At home with nature

The area and our park abounds with wildlife. Eider duck and Northern Divers, the occasional otter and seal. And dolphins from time to time close to the shore.

Plenty to see and do

Sea angling trips are available daily from the pier at Gairloch harbour. All equipment is supplied for you.

Local Info

For that special evening out, the Park is close to some excellent restaurants and renowned local hostelries. Laide village store/post office (which also has a filling station) carries a wide range of provisions and hardware and is only 150 metres from the Park. See here for the Laide Post Office website. Only slightly further afield, is a small supermarket in Aultbea.

Sea-life cruises are available departing from Gairloch harbour and these will give you an instructional day out watching seals, dolphins and, with luck, a whale or two. A variety of 2-hour and 4-hour cruises are also available from Ullapool pier, some of which allow you to spend a little time on one of the Summer Isles where you may visit the Post Office and purchase some of their very own postage stamps. Wherever you sail from, you are guaranteed an interesting day out.

For those special Highland gifts, excellent shopping can be found nearby in the towns of Gairloch and Ullapool. Here there are museums to visit and boat trips to be enjoyed amidst the mountainous scenery. The Gairloch Centre has a fitness room and there are swimming pools in Poolewe (8 miles), Ullapool (42 miles) and Inverness (73 miles).

The world famous sub-tropical Inverewe Gardens at Poolewe are a must see no matter what the time of year. These gardens, created by Sir Osgood Mackenzie over 100 years ago and now owned by the National Trust for Scotland, occupy a large promontory jutting out into Loch Ewe and have been carefully laid out with hundreds of species of plants, shrubs and trees.

wifi logo bt wifi around our park

Gruinard Bay Caravan Park | Laide | Wester Ross  IV22 2ND 01445 731556 / 07972 614532