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10 Plus for Culloden Moor site 

About a distance of only six miles from the City of Inverness the Culloden Moore Caravan Club Site is an ideal location to use to visit all kinds of places of interest, such as the world famous Loch Ness, the Whisky Trail, the city of Inverness as well as pretty towns like Elgin and of course Spey Bay, where through this small village the river flows into the sea. 

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Just a few steps away from the campsite is a famous point of interest: the Culloden Battlefield, where the legendary Bonnie Prince Charlie was defeated in the last pitched battle fought in Britain between the Scots and the English on 16 April 1746, thus changing the course of history.

High standard facilities

Staying on the Culloden Moor Caravan Club Site is a pleasure in many ways. The Caravan Club sites have a reputation for having facilities of a high standard and on most of the sites you would feel the need to give a high rating. But at this location the toilet and shower blocks are so well-equipped and in such immaculate condition that it deserves a 10 Plus.

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Also the site itself, set in peaceful surroundings and with spacious pitches, is kept well maintained.

Natural hospitality

Above all staying here is a real pleasure because of the professional approach of the wardens.
Tina and Robin Wickins offer wonderful hospitality. Their customer friendly approach must be the reason that a lot of visitors are happy to come back here after their first experience.

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The castle of Inverness along the river Ness. Also the other places of interest in this town are within short reach of the Cullodon Moor campsite.

5A- Urquhart Castle Loch Ness

The world famous Loch Ness is situated south of Inverness. Despite its ruinous state Urquhart Castle remains an impressive stronghold. Once this was one of Scotland's largest castles from the 13th to 17th centuries. The history of the site and that of the nobile families who held it, is shown in the exhibition and visitor centre.

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