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Kilmelford Yacht Haven
Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
Location at private home or business
Kilmelford, Argyll, Scotland, United Kingdom, PA34 4XD
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Open from Jan to Dec
Campers from £18 per night
EHU £3 per night
3m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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working boatyard, great location, david very accomodating, great for stargazing on a clear night.View all reviews by jww578
Had a welcome stopover here to charge up and refresh everything. Facilities were spot on and the peaceful location was lovely and very interesting. Would recommend.View all reviews by LouNel
David is lovely guy we had a very good stay especially the little Robin that came into the van lovely view over Loch very clean toiletsView all reviews by stevenson
What a lovely friendly place and beautiful views. Clean showers and toilets.View all reviews by janwel
May i add tents are welcome too.
Recommended by a friend and didn't disappoint. lovely views by the Loch side. Only stayed one night as we were on a ferry from Oban next day.View all reviews by demsley
camping pitches and van pitches available. limited due to covid.
NB it's a working marina so expect noise from 07:30ish.
Kilmelford Yacht Haven is based on the shores of Loch Melford in stunning Argyll. Although it is a working boat yard and yacht haven the staff and workers are very friendly. Due to covid-19 restrictions on the 6th of July our facilities were of course limited to on board facilities, EHU, and the great view. The yard was silent at 5pm when the workers went home and we walked the dogs along the beach chasing sticks thrown into the sea. Later we had a beer or two watching the oyster catchers.View all reviews by cuan