Sunnyside is ideally located for exploring the area known as ‘The Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and also as a stop off point when touring the West Highlands including the Inner and Outer Hebrides.

Travelling by Road

  • Journey to Fort William then go west taking the A830 ‘Road to the Isles’ to Arisaig/Mallaig.
  • Continue on A830 passing 2 signs for Arisaig Village.
  • Take the next left onto the B8008, signposted Bunacaimbe / Back of Keppoch and a Brown Tourist Sign ‘Sunnyside Campsite’ .
  • Follow the coast road for 3/4 mile crossing the River Caimbe.
  • Turn left onto road signposted Portnadoran
  • Entrance to Sunnyside Touring Site is signposted and on your left.
  • OS Grid Reference – NM 652 889

Sat Nav Users

  • GPS:   56.55′.56°  N     05.51′.46°  W
  • Using our postcode PH39 4NT will NOT take you to Sunnyside.
    This is due to our coastline having the same postcode for 3 miles.

By Rail

  • Trains run direct to Arisaig from Glasgow. The London Sleeper service runs to Fort William with a connecting Scotrail service to Arisaig.
  • Distance from Arisaig Station to Sunnyside is 2 miles.

By Sea

  • Caledonian Macbrayne run a ferry service from Armadale on the Isle of Skye and also from the Isles of Eigg, Muck, Rum and Canna to Mallaig Harbour all year round.   There are also local ferry services running to and from Knoydart, contact Seabridge Knoydart or MV Western Isles , Mallaig for more information on their ferry services.   Transport of Kayaks/Mountain Bikes can be arranged also with ferry operators.
  • Distance from Mallaig Harbour to Sunnyside is 7 miles.

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Definitely worth visiting – highly recommended


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