Stargazing: Very good
Summary: Beautiful location, simple facilities, sloped spots for tents, watch for midges
Thoughts: We had been driving all day, not really sure where we would end up when we did our internet search and found Badrallach Bothy. The Guardian informed us that this was one of the best campsite in the UK, which to that point was damning with faint praise (keep in mind my being accustomed to Canadian camping). But after considering it a bit, it seemed like everything we would want; close to the ocean, remote, and a genuine Scottish camping experience. I can say that we were not disappointed, by any standard of campsite.
|The string of sites at the campground |
(bothy in background)
|One of the more secluded walk-in sites,|
just a few steps from the main camping area
We were visiting in Autumn, so I must warn that the midges were out as a merciless force, I suppose the midge buster was down for the season. However, as you can see from the photos, the site merits a look (just be sure to put on a midge hat). A great spot to begin a drive up the west of Scotland.
|The setting of Badrallach Campsite|
|View from the nearby shore|
(20 mins walk away)
|You mostly only share the landscape |
with the sheep