Coulmore Bay, Inverness
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A 32ft x 12ft two-bedroom caravan sited on Coulmore Bay Caravan Park. Outside there is decking to the side with outdoor table and chairs with magnificent views over the Beauly Firth. A peaceful site for those looking to get away from it all
Coulmore Bay is ideally situated 10 minutes from Inverness city centre and is convenient for travelling to the Highlands. A range of activites near by including fishing, golf, walking, whisky trail, Loch Ness cruises, Macbeths Cawdor Castle
This caravan is situated on Coulmore Bay. The caravan has 2 bedrooms and can sleep up to 6 people. Coulmore Bay Caravan Park lies on the Beauly Firth about about 6 miles away from Inverness.
This is a comfortable and spacious caravan with 3 bedrooms (1 double, 2 twin) a large lounge area and separate dining and kitchen area and parking for 2 cars. The site is on the side of the Beauly Firth with its famous Dolphins.
Coulmore Bay Holiday Park is in an ideal location for anyone wishing a holiday away from it all. It is also ideal for the more active with lots of scenic walks and lots to do in Inverness City centre only 10 mins away.
With an abundance of wildlife the Beauly Firth is an ideal place to relax. Our caravans with wonderful views overlooking the Firth is an ideal place to do just that. It is also an ideal base for touring the beautiful Scottish Highland
Information about Coulmore Bay
Situated on the Black Isle with views over the Beauly Firth, and only 10 minutes from Inverness, this caravan park is in an ideal location for anyone wishing to get away from it all. It is also an ideal base for touring the Scottish Highlands.
There is plenty for families with children to do, without travelling far, and children can play safely around the caravan site. Seals, otters, and a wide variety of birds, including Ospreys and the recently re-introduced Red Kite, can be seen in the vicinity. One of the famous Dolphin watching centres of the Moray Firth is situated only three miles away. In 2003 the nearest pair of Ospreys successfully reared 2 chicks and the whole family group can be seen hunting together.