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Planning permission for 105 touring caravans
Developed for 105 touring pitches including 2 camping pods and 2 yurts
Site Licence from 10th February to 10th January
AA 4 Gold Pennant, Visit Scotland 4 stars, Scotland category winner - Platinum Award
Loo of the Year 2017 and Attendant of the Year Award 2017
Site extending to circa 207 acres (84 hectares) to include approximately 200 acres of croft land
The owner’s house is a detached 2 storey dwelling originally constructed of stone with a pitched slate roof. The property has been extended in recent times and has gone through a scheme of refurbishment to include a new kitchen, new uPVC windows, new biomass boiler and external painting.
The internal accommodation is quite substantial and would suit couples and families alike. In brief, the accommodation comprises:
Open plan kitchen/diner: Open plan benefitting from triple aspect, integrated fridge, freezer, dishwasher, electric cooker with ceramic hob. Vinyl flooring.
Utility room: Base and wall units, counter top, deep sink with mixer tap and space for 2 washing machines, dryer and fridge freezer. Vinyl flooring.
Separate wc: Wash hand basin and storage.
Study: Former front porch to the dwelling now providing practical workspace with views over the caravan park and site entrance.
Lounge: Large open room with dual aspect with log burner.
Landing with storage and loft access.
Master bedroom: Large double.
Bedroom 2: Double.
Bedroom 3: Double.
Large family bathroom: Bath, separate walk-in double shower cubicle, wc, wash hand basin and storage /airing cupboard.
Walled garden including 3 large staff hard standing pitches with electric hook-up points.
The park is situated on the Isle of Skye which is a particularly attractive part of the British Isles forming part of the Inner Hebrides and easily accessible via a road bridge. The island is famed for its picturesque vistas and has a thriving tourism industry with visitors travelling to Skye from across the world making it an essential part of a sight-seeing trip to Scotland.
A good proportion of its visitors are from mainland Europe and many others are from the United Kingdom.
The dramatic scenery of the lochs and mountains have made the Isle of Skye the fourth best island in the world according to the National Geographic magazine. There are numerous visitor attractions, wildlife such as the rare golden & white tailed sea eagle and an abundance of outdoor activities
making it an ideal location for a caravan park. There are also restaurants, bars, banks, a cinema and a theatre.
The park is located on the banks of Loch Greshornish between Edinbane and Flashader on the A850. The nearest town, Portree is circa 12 miles from the park and benefits from amenities such as a supermarket, a school, restaurants and bars. The nearest commercial airport is at Inverness
which is approximately 130 miles from the property.
Skye Camping and Caravanning Club Site is owned and operated by a couple who purchased
the site in 2007. The site is operated with the benefit of a franchise agreement with the
Camping and Caravanning Club and at the time of writing the franchise agreement was due
for renewal providing a purchaser with an opportunity to either renew the 10 year franchise
agreement or to purchase the site without the benefit of a franchise.
The franchise agreement gives an operator access to central telephony and online booking
systems, training as well as promotion of the site through one of the world’s largest caravan and
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