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There are lots of campsites dotted around the country, so you won’t have trouble finding somewhere to pitch your tent. There was only one campsite I stayed at that had strict times.All the campsites had kitchen sinks and toilets, and most had laundry facilities.You will pay one of the four fixed, low rates in the early and late season!"Small, quiet campsite along the Loir river, close to the Center. Beautiful nature and architectural heritage to discover from the campsite. The couple who run it are very welcoming (as is their very friendly long-haired cat! Fires: No open fires, BBQs off grass (stones available). Dunbeath Heritage Centre (¼ mile) – an absorbing exploration of the history of this small village, from ancient rune inscribed stones to present day matters; 01593 731233.) and the modern facilities are 5 star - lovely showers in spacious private, secure rooms, and laundry/drying rooms. Dunbeath Strath and Broch, Dunbeath (½ mile to start of walk) – stride along Dunbeath Water up to a 2,000-year-old Broch (tower), a high gorge and standing stones.Before I left, I found it difficult trying to find information about campsites and camping, so I really didn’t know what to expect.Having travelled around on my own for 16 days, and having stayed in 11 different campsites, I thought it would be worth writing a guide on the campsites I stayed at. Campsite staff are generally pretty relaxed about when you arrive and leave.
Furthermore, anyone staying for a week gets the seventh night free. We stopped here for one night on route from Aviemore to John O' Groats on the north-eastern leg of our 1,500 two-week Scottish road trip.
It didn't seem like there'd be a huge amount to do in the area other than walking - if, like us, you're using it as a short stopover and you haven't much time, a short walk down to the harbour/bay is worthwhile though just for the views out to sea.
It definitely suited us for just a one night stay but there's no reason why you wouldn't want to stay longer just to chill and take it easy for a day or two, particularly in good weather. Views of the castle are lovely as well as over the sea. Each room had a shower toilet and sink - just like home.
I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I wasn’t expecting that.
It was the most expensive campsite I stayed at in Iceland, but it was one of the best value. There are sinks, stoves, pots and pans, cutlery, and crockery.