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Explore The Wonderful Scenery of Scotland

A Coastline of white sandy beaches await you with stunning views of the Small Isles of Muck,
Eigg and Rum, one of which is accessible from Sunnyside. 

Where We Are

2 Bunacaimb,
Arisaig,
Inverness-shire,
PH39 4NT

  • Bunacaimb beach is a short stroll from your pitch…choose a spot to enjoy a picnic, make sandcastles, fly a kite or take to the water for a swim, paddle board, or kayak.  Perfect for all ages and your dog with love it too!
  • Traigh  9-hole Golf Course  1.3km
  • Arisaig Village is 2.8km away with places to eat, drink and shop. Visit Community Trust run Land, Sea and Island Centre. Step aboard one of Arisaig Marines’ vessels for a memorable cruise with opportunities to see Minke Whales, Dolphins, Shearwaters, Porpoises, Sea Eagles, Skuas, Otters and, during the Summer, Basking Shark and so much more wildlife as well as wonderful scenery
  • Loch Morar – deepest freshwater body in the British Isles and boasting its very own monster! 9km
  • Mallaig Village and Harbour is 8.5km away and has a range of amenities including shops, places to eat, swimming pool, bike hire and a great range of ferry services to the Small Isles, the Isle of Skye and more… Western Isles Cruises offers Wildlife cruises and a ferry service to Knoydart ( only accessible by boat or foot and home to the remotest Pub on Mainland Britain ) and Minch Adventures offer bespoke boat trips too.
  • Glenfinnan is a 26km drive along the scenic ‘Road to the Isles’.  Situated at the head of Loch Shiel and surrounded by mountains the natural landscape is something to savour, but there’s more… Famous for its dramatic Viaduct and now even more so being the location for the 2nd and 3rd Harry Potter films.  The Jacobite Steam Train (Hogwarts Express) crosses the Viaduct on its journey from Fort William to Mallaig; Discover the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie from 1745 and the effect it has had on Scottish History at Glenfinnan Monument and visitor centre run by National Trust for Scotland; take a relaxing cruise on Loch Shiel on the M.V Sileas with commentary on the history, geology and wildlife( look out for White Tailed Eagles, Red Deer, Red Throated Divers and more…)

There is so much more to see and do including lovely walks to suit all, mountain biking, horse-riding,
visiting the most westerly point on mainland Britain.

Whether you are bringing your camera, binoculars, book, bucket and spade, bike, paddleboard, kayak, walking boots, waterproofs, wetsuit, sketch book…Sunnyside truly is a place with no crowds and fresh sea air where you can relax after a day doing little or lots.