self catering holiday caravans & a small friendly
campsite for motor-homes, campervans & touring
caravans at Crannich Farm
within 150 acres of farmland in Glen Aros near Loch
Frisa on the Isle of Mull Argyll Scotland
The location is central on the island between
Salen & Dervaig with great walks, panoramic views of
the glen, walking distance to Loch Frisa and the
rivers Aros, & Bellart with the Morvern hills in
the distance . Quiet rural setting with good access,
pet friendly with fantastic sunsets.
birdwatching enthusiasts it is an ideal location
situated within the territory of Skye & Frisa the
famous pair of sea eagles featured on BBC
Springwatch & Autumnwatch
Crannich is a working farm with highland
cattle, sheep and horses. It adjoins thousands of acres of
Forestry Commission land all of which is easily
accessible for mountain biking or exploring on foot.
The river Aros is a short walk for swimming and Loch
Frisa is about a mile away for fishing and wildlife
There is an abundance of wildlife around Glen Aros
with golden eagles, white tailed eagles, hen
harriers, barn owls amongst many other species of
Accommodation comprises of holiday caravans,
each sleeping four people with own gardens & parking
area . The campsite has 6 hard-standings with hookups, good quality wc/ shower unit, CDP & covered
washing-up & clothes drying area.
'Hard standings' are nicely spaced overlooking a
wildlife pond, with stunning views across the glen &
down towards the Sound of Mull
The island is famous for its variety of
wildlife and there are many opportunities to
experience this on many of the fantastic trips or
just by watching and discovering at your own pace .
If you are looking for a relaxing break and nature
watching at its best at an affordable price - this
is the place for you………..
Samantha and Robin
Isle of Mull
Tel: 01680 300495
For more information on things
to do on Mull, please click on:
For wildlife trips
Explore Mull |Mull
Birds |Tobermory website
Scottish Islands Hotels, iknow-scotland.co.uk
cannot be held responsible for the contents of any
pages referenced by an external link.
Please click on this link to see 'Autumnwatch'
All photographic images
supplied courtesy of and copyright Iain Erskine, Samantha
Sedgwick, James Sedgwick, Alan Parker, Richard Clutterbuck
& Keith Duncan