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    In the Heart of the Highlands
    A woodland site at the head of the Glen Affric National Nature Reserve a short distance from Loch Ness
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    In the Heart of the Highlands
    Visit Glen Affric, one of Scotland's most beautiful glens and just a few miles from Cannich Caravan Park.
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    In the Heart of the Highlands
    Visit Urquhart Castle by the banks of Loch Ness and and only 8 miles from Cannich Caravan Park.
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    In the Heart of the Highlands
    Visit Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands and only 16 miles from Cannich Caravan Park.

Cannich Holiday Caravans - 'A Hidden Gem'

Cannich Holiday Caravans is situated in the village of Cannich in a two acre area of birch and pine woodland. Our small fleet of Holiday Caravans are available from March to October each year.

We have often been described as a ‘hidden gem’, but that doesn’t stop our guests from finding us and returning again and again for the peace and quiet Cannich has to offer, the beauty of the surrounding Glens and our central location for day trips to all parts of the Highlands.

Here at Cannich Holiday Caravans we do our best to help you enjoy the splendour of the surrounding area, the history of the Highlands and the local cultural and music events by providing an array of information in our Reception.

    Your Holiday Homes

    We have two levels of caravans for you to choose from, sleeping from 4 up to 6 people. We also have some designated as pet friendly.

    Our Prices

    Prices are for short breaks of a minimum of 3 nights or extended stays up to 7 days and beyond.

    Book Online

    Take advantage of our online booking service to quickly reserve your holiday accommodation.

We live in a spectacular area with beautiful surroundings that we really don't want to spoil. To help look after this special place we use environmentally friendly products whenever possible. We provide a welcome tray in your caravan with tea, coffee and biscuits.

In the late 1940’s Cannich Village provided the base for the 'Hydro Boys' who built the surrounding dams that brought the first electricity supply to the Highlands. There are still reminders of the thousands of workers who took on this dangerous task that earned them the title of Tunnel Tigers.

Today Cannich has a small community, with a school, shop and pub. The local shop, Cannich Stores has an online shopping list for people to order groceries ready for their arrival - www.cannichstores.co.uk.

The on-site cafe is open from March to the end of October for home baking, light meals and snacks.

Tents, motorhomes and touring caravans are welcome at the adjacent Cannich Caravan & Camping Park where there is a laundrette, drying room and children's play area which our caravan guests are welcome to use.