THE SCOTTISH GOV. ANNOUNCEMENT, ON THE LIFTING OF RESTRICTIONS IS STILL UNCLEAR REGARDING SHARED FACILITIES . THEREFORE, INLINE WITH OTHER CAMPSITES IN THE AREA AND THE REST OF THE UK, WE WILL KEEP OUR FACILITY BLOCKS OPEN BUT CLOSE THE SHOWERS UNTIL 17TH MAY PENDING FURTHER ADVICE.
Anyone requiring a refund or to swap dates due to the showers being closed, please get in touch via email. email@example.com.
The safety of our guests, team and our community is paramount. Our extensive risk assessments are ongoing and toilet/ shower blocks and kitchen/ dishwashing areas will hopefully be open next season. We have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing. See our safety certificate issued by Visit Britain.
Look forward to welcoming you soon- Mike and Rachel
Come and stay in the peace and tranquility of Fortrose Bay Campsite,
one of the best places to view dolphins, in their natural habitat, in Scotland...
Situated on the pebble beach overlooking the spectacular view over the Moray Firth, It's the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Enjoy a beach campfire and BBQ whilst watching the sun set over the distant mountains.
Fortrose is an historic seaside village, only a short walk from the campsite, with supermarket, butcher, baker, café, and restaurants. It lies 15miles NE of Inverness and is a great base to explore the rest of the Highlands. The Black Isle benefits from its own micro climate, often having better weather than other parts of Scotland. It is virtually midge free !! which makes it a great place to camp.
The Black Isle is actually a peninsula, rather than an island, running from Beauly to Cromarty at the tip. It is flanked by the Moray and Cromarty firths. It isn't certain where it gets its name from, some say its because the soil is so dark, others because the snow rarely settles on the Isle. Chanonry point is a large natural sand bar and lies between Fortrose and Rosemarkie village. It has a very scenic golf course and lighthouse and is famous for being the best place to spot the UK's most northern colony of bottlenose dolphins.
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