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Accommodation | Caravan & Camp Sites, Self Catering

Vintage Caravan Hire - Jinny by the beach

Jinny is a rare 1960's Dutch designed vintage classic caravan which has been fully restored to include comfortable and modern conveniences.

There are several campsites along this idyllic coastline of sandy beaches and pretty coves. They tend to be booked well in advance so we have reserved a pitch for the dates the caravan is available for hire. She will be delivered to the campsite ready for your arrival.

Arisaig is a much loved area for campers with breathtaking views to the mountains and Small Isles. It is an ideal base from which to explore the West Highlands.

A holiday here in this unique little caravan will be one to remember.

Features and Facilities

Jinny sleeps a maximum of 2 persons (Double/Twin).
1 x Main double bed with a luxurious, breathable mattress topper.
1 x Wide single bed. This is the dining area which converts to a bed and can be curtained off.

The main double bed makes a cosy space to recline during the day
Bed linen - Luxury Egyptian cotton
Shower towels (Bring your beach towel)
New quality upholstery and lined curtains
Soft lighting and battery candles for cosy evenings
Light and airy during the day with large retro windows and sky lights
Beautiful wood and brass fittings
Heater and fan
Window mesh
FM Radio & iPod/Phone speaker
DVD player
Fridge with a wee ice tray
Hob,oven/grill
All the kitchen and household items you should need
Outdoor chairs and windbreak
Sun shade
Pop up beach shelter
Beach mats with back rests

Wifi availability - check with the campsite.
Free Wifi access is available in the village.
Sorry - No wheelchair access
No pets
Strictly no smoking ( e cigarettes excepted )

Shower facilities are provided at the campsite.

Hire Price

Minimum nights - 2

£65 per night caravan hire including campsite fees.

Delivery to the campsite is free.

The lead booker must be age 21 years or over.

Please contact us for Weddings and Event Hire.

How to book

For availability calendar, guest reviews, bookings and more info go to Airbnb.co.uk, search location 'Arisaig' and you will find Jinnys page (or click on the link in the blue box at the top of this page).
Please get in touch for available dates. JUNE/JULY 2017 (see below)

8th June - 11th June
16th June - 22nd June
30th June - 3rd July
12th July - 15th July
(currently available 17/5/17 - subject to change)

You can also contact us via phone on 07399 939772 or use the enquiry box below or email us at selkieclassic@gmail.com

Also available for Weddings and Events

Perhaps as a backdrop to serve your champagne at the reception, and for your wedding night with a difference - delivered to a campsite in a beautiful setting.

Bookings/enquiries:


Selkie Classic Caravan Hire


For any enquiries, please email us on:
selkieclassic@gmail.com
or use the enquiry form below.

Tel: 07399939772

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