Glamping on the Hebridean Isle of Harris is a truly stunning experience. With turquoise seas all around and gleaming white sand along the world-renowned beaches, there is nowhere better to escape to for ultimate relaxation.
You’ll find Na Bothain Sandy Bay Croft Wigwams® along the A859 Tarbert-Leverburgh route on the west coast of the Isle of Harris. Two pretty wooden glamping cabins sit on the edge of this traditional working croft. Both of the Wigwam® cabins are kitted out with everything you need for a luxury glamping experience. Foam mattresses and blackout curtains make for a great night’s sleep and there are heating and electricity throughout. The cabins both come with en-suite bathroom and washing facilities, a fitted kitchenette and a dining table and chairs. It’s a real home away from home!
When you open your double-glazed patio doors, you’ll be in awe of the panoramic views across the stunning, white sandy bay and out to sea. Take your breakfast out to your own private dining area and marvel at the ever-changing view. We can’t think of a better spot to enjoy a leisurely breakfast!
If you can tear yourself away from the view, there’s plenty to do around the croft to ease yourself gently into your glamping adventure. The croft hosts seasonal activities for visitors, and depending on the time of year you can roll up your sleeves and have a go at feeding the lambs or shearing the sheep. It’s a busy croft, so there’s always something to do.
To get acquainted with the surrounding area, borrow scavenger hunt cards for the croft or the seashore and go on an adventure spotting the local flowers and wildlife - it’s the perfect activity to do with the kids! The cabins are perched by a secluded cove, and it’s the perfect spot for a picnic or for lying back and watching the eagles soaring up above.
And on days when you feel like exploring further destinations, there’s a world of wonder waiting for you. Hop on a boat and head out to St. Kilda - a World Heritage Site with stunning wildlife and views.
Cyclists will find much to see along the Hebridean Cycle Way, and if you’re out for a drive, pay a visit to the small islet of Scalpay which has a truly wonderful bistro - and views that are out of this world. For more ideas on things to do and see, head to the little town of Tarbert where you’ll find a friendly and vastly knowledgable Tourist Information Centre.
The shifting light and changing weather of Harris make it a beautiful glamping destination at any time of the year, and staying in a warm and snug Wigwam® cabin means you can enjoy a glamping break on Harris the whole year through.
The nature on the Isle of Harris is truly magical, with wildflowers blooming across the whole island and over 1000 types identified each year! In colder months when the sun is low, the sky displays its own wild blooms with rich sunsets transforming the colour of the beaches and seas around. And if you are especially lucky, when the sun dips and the day turns to night, you might catch one of the greatest shows on Earth: the Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights.
Bike and boat storage shed
Seasonal crofting activities
Scavenger hunt packs
Close to a golf course
Sunsets and panoramic views
Campfires & BBQ hut
Nearest pub/restaurant - 1 ½ mile away
Nearest supermarket - 1 ½ mile away
Wifi in cabins
What to bring:
Baby/Toddler essentials kit
Firepit pack (firelighter, kindling & logs)
Marshmallows & skewers
By car: input postcode HS3 3HX to satnav
By air: direct flights from Inverness, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh to Stornoway. Car hire is available on the island.
By ferry: arrive from Uig, Ullapool or Isle of Uist
Entrance to glampsite: ///trend.roadshow.escapes
Sandy Bay Croft Wigwams®
Isle of Harris
2 Wigwam® cabins onsite
Site open all year
Check-in from 2 pm onwards
Check-out by 10 am
Croft safety: children must be supervised at all times and should not be allowed to climb or play on farm machinery. Parents are responsible for children at all times.
Dogs must be kept on a lead.
Pregnant women may be at risk of infection from sheep and other animals and should avoid contact with sheep during lambing season (April to May)
No smoking in the Wigwam® cabins
In the event of cancellations or no-shows, we do not offer any (either full or partial) refund. However, if more than 48 hours notice is given, we may, at our discretion, offer an alternative date suitable to you only if we have the availability to do so.