AIRBNB for pods only
No bookings can be done via the website
-- PODS & CAMPING --
WELCOME TO BOTHAG BHUIRGH
At Bothag Bhuirgh our aim to fill a gap in the services being offered at present to cyclists and other visitors to the Westside and Ness area who are travelling on the Hebridean Way.
We are situated in the village of Borve on the West side Lewis, which is half way between Barvas and Ness, and our campsite is a family run business.
We welcome pets and would allow dogs to be walked down our croft to the sea shore.
We have two camping pods on site that sleep up to four people in each one. The amenity pod has two separate rooms, each with a toilet, shower and wash hand basin.
An area of our barn has also been converted to provide a seating and cooking area for all visitors. There is a washing machine, tumble dryer and heated airers in the barn. Day visitors are welcome to drop in and dry off. Tea, coffee and milk portions are provided. Any day visitors are welcome to use the shower and toilet facilities. Towels and toiletries are provided.
The minimum stay is two nights. Check in is usually no earlier than 4pm and we are happy for you to check in up to 8pm. We can be flexible, depending on individual circumstances. Check out is usually 11am, but again we can be flexible, depending if we have other guests arriving on that day.
We also have a large croft area for camping and this is at a cost of £10 per person and it is a minimum one night stay. For that price all campers are welcome to use the shower and toilet facilities as well as the facilities in the barn. Toiletries are included in the price and towels will be available in the barn at a cost of £1 per towel.
Please note we are closed for camping as from Saturday 10th September 2022 until 10th April 2023. All bookings made before the 10th September will still be accepted.
To book for camping there are 3 options:
House phone: 01851 850 436
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE WIFI- (PODS WIFI)- NO CODE REQUIRED
BOTHAG BHUIRGH WAS PART-FINANCED BY THE SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT AND THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY OUTER HEBRIDES LEADER 2014-2020 PROGRAMME