West Highland Way Campsite
Located alongside the West Highland Way Hotel, our 5 stars rated campsite is ideally located for visiting Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling, Loch Lomond, and Scotland in general. We are dog friendly, allow campfires and barbeques, provide evening meals, and can arrange local activities such as falconry, fishing, golf, whisky tours and 4×4 expeditions. Ardoch House Hotel, the West Highland Way Campsite is a charming site ideally suited for walkers where a tasty brekkie is included for all guests.
Stunning Views of the West Highland and John Muir way from the site, ideal for dog walks
Plenty of onsite activities for guests to enjoy, from horse riding to fishing, to golfing.
Delicious meals included with any booking for all guests.
6 x Safari Bell Tents (3m) - Max 12 people
Furnished bell tents. Sleeps two people on a double bed or two single beds. Access to shared WC/shower facilities nearby.
6 x Safari Bell Tents (5m) - Max 12 people
Larger 5-metre furnished bell tents. Sleeps up to three adults or two adults and two children. Access to shared WC/shower facilities nearby.
6 x Electric Hardstanding Pitches - Max 24 people
Gravel hardstanding pitches with electric hook-up, Suitable for touring caravans and motorhomes of any size.
10 x Non Electric Grass Pitches- Max 30 people
Non electric grass pitches on mowed lawns for tent campers.
10 x Wild Camping Pitches - Max 30 people
Wild tent camping pitches in secluded woodland.
Shepherd's Huts- Max 2 people
A cosy, pet friendly hut which includes two single camp beds, plus a log stove and kitchenette. Access to shared WC/shower facilities nearby.
3 x Chalet - Max 6 people
Three bedroom static caravan sleeping up to 6 people, hired on a room-by-room basis (up to two people per room) rather than exclusively. Access to shared WC/shower facilities nearby.
6 x Hotel Rooms - Max 20 people
Beautifully furnished rooms in the boutique Ardoch House Hotel adjacent. Access to shared bathroom facilities.
Fun activities at the campsite include 4×4 tours, falconry and more
The site is an ideal base for keen hikers looking to spend their days walking through Scotland’s stunning countryside and provides an interesting array of activities.
In addition to non electric grass and electric gravel hardstanding pitches, you’ll also find a romantic shepherd’s hut (perfect for two) and furnished bell tents for hire.
Pets are welcome to join you on your adventures.
West Highland Way Campsite is open all year round.
The campsite is located on the B821 between Blanefield and Carbeth close to the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.
West Highland Way Campsite,B821, Blanefield, Glasgow, Glasgow and the Clyde Valley, G63 9AW
55.9897, -4.3371 | NS 54 79
From Glasgow, head directly north on the Strathblane Road via Milngavie. The road will fork at Blanefield, so choose the left hand fork (B821) and then a small track straight ahead will lead you to the campsite.
Facilities and Amenities
Facilities include large bathrooms, washing and drying machines, a TV room, WiFi and BBQ. We also have an onsite restaurant, providing lunches and evening meals.
Activities can be arranged from the site including 4×4 Highland tours (Land Rover Defender), falconry, fishing and yoga. The hotel golf course is also available to campers.
A three-minute drive will take you to Blanefield, with a Co-op and the Blane Valley Inn nearby.
Our Happy Clients
“Stay at West Highland Way Campsite“
– Jan 2022
Arrived a bit later than expected but Claudia was fantastic and couldn’t do enough for us. Even cooked a fantastic steak dinner for us at 9pm. Would recommend this site to anyone, absolutely gorgeous accommodation. Well worth the money, top notch.
“Great stay, fantastic location and amazing hosts. Will definitely be back“
“Happy doggies, happy mummy “
I stayed here with my two dogs and being a lone female I must say I felt very safe and the staff were all very welcoming. I must say a special thank you to Tam and David who helped me when my motorhome got stuck on the gravel path, entirely my own fa ult, but the guys went out of their way to help me so I’m grateful to them both. The site is probably best suited for walkers and people wanting freedom the let their dogs run around. The main house/hotel is beautiful and you are supplied a continental style breakfast included in the price and at £20 I thought this was very reasonable although I did hear it is £20 per person which could work out bit more expensive to other sites if you went as a family unit. This price included my electric hook-up. You can also have a cooked meal at the hotel restaurant which I’ve been told is very good although I didn’t bother as I had already planned my meal. For walkers or people with dogs, this is the perfect spot 👍.