Description of Glamping Units
Set near Laig Beach in Scotland, this glamping site offers up a 15-foot yurt, which can comfortably sleep three on a double and a single futon. Glampers who stay here will have a full-size cooker and everything needed for basic self-catering accommodation, along with a wood burning stove for warmth. The yurt is lit with solar powered lamps and has a wooden and carpeted floor. The yurt includes wood, gas, bedding, and pick-up from the pier. The yurt was made in Scotland by a skilled woodworker using locally grown wood. We use organic and fair-trade bedding and the filling of our quilts and pillows is manufactured from recycled plastic bottles. The cleaning products provided are kind to the environment and there is locally-sourced wood for the stove. Read More
- Double bed
- Linens provided
- Wood-burning stove
A compost toilet and running water at an outdoor sink are provided close to the camping area and yurt site. All visitors have use of an inside flushing toilet and shower just two minutes from the main house. On sunny days there is plenty of hot water as the hosts have installed a solar water heater on the south side of the roof.
Outside the shower room, there is an area with electrical sockets for the recharging of electrical devices. Wi-Fi is available both in the extension and in shared areas. The property sells free range eggs and seasonal organic vegetables, all of which are grown using sustainable and organic methods.
Location + Surroundings
Voted as on of the top camping sites in the UK, this exceptional glamping site is not to be missed. Situated on an organic and sustainable farm in Cleadale at the northern end of Eigg, this site offers a range of unique glamping accommodations, all looking West over the Atlantic Ocean towards the Isle of Rum. Eigg is the second largest of the Small Isles in the Inner Hebrides and offers the perfect place to getaway. Guests can marvel at the stunning sunsets over the Isle of Rum. This site is just a 10-minute walk from Laig Beach, and 20 minutes from the Singing Sands. During the day, guests can meander among the vegetable gardens or enjoy the views of the surrounding valley. At night, Manx shearwaters can be heard returning to their nests on the cliffs behind the site. Read More
- Bird watching
Activities on site include gardening courses in growing organic vegetables, from seed to plate. Guests must advise hosts what they would like to learn about growing vegetables, as well as the number of days they would like to attend, and they will try to accommodate any and all needs. Courses are led by Neil Robertson, an experienced horticulturist, and his wife Sue, who will be available to lead sessions in cooking and preserving vegetables. Each day will include a lunch prepared by them from vegetables available in the garden. Families will also have a game box and toys available for young children. Guests can enjoy walks along the surrounding property, where they'll come across herds of grazing goats, enjoy acres of natural beauty, and find the ideal place to enjoy a picnic.
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
This property does not require a minimum night stay.