Welcome to Sunnybrae Caravan Park on the easily accessible Isle of Luing, near Oban. We are a small, family owned and run business, with eight self-catering holiday homes overlooking the dynamic Cuan Sound on the spectacular West Coast of Scotland. Our 4 Star small holiday park is ideal for those looking for a peaceful, happy holiday in Scotland amid the stunning scenery of the highlands and islands. Children and dogs are very welcome!
Our holiday homes are sited along the shore of Cuan Sound, and are angled to maximise the sea views from each. Seals, otters and a variety of sea birds are regularly seen from the caravans, as well as the occasional visit by dolphins and porpoises. Each has its own picnic table and parking for one car and we have a small slipway, pontoon and mooring for guests boats. All of the holiday homes are very well equipped with everything you need to make your stay pleasant and relaxing.
In “The Bothy” we have Wifi, washing machine, tumble drier, books, DVD's, barbeques, charcoal, crab lines and local info for your use, plus a small freezer with ready made meals using mainly organic foods, locally sourced venison, burgers, sausages, black pudding, haggis and creel caught seafood for the more adventurous to create their own dishes! With a bit of notice though, we can get you freshly caught lobsters, crabs, scallops and prawns from the Luing fishermen.
We are just 16 miles south of Oban which takes around 35 minutes to drive on our roads, Glasgow is abit further, being 3 hours away but not too far.
"Belnahua", the Luing car ferry, runs 6 days a week between 7.30am and 6pm with passenger ferries until 10pm. In the Summer months the "Belnahua" also runs in the evenings.
A holiday on Luing has all the attractions of a Scottish Island holiday with all the amenities the main land has to offer within easy access. Saying that, many of our guests, never leave during their holiday and keep returning year upon year.
"Gill and I were only on Luing for a short time, but we enjoyed ourselves immensely - what an adventure!"