The Creel Yard Camping Pods

Grimsay, Isle of North Uist, Outer Hebrides, HS6 5HY

Type:Camping pods

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  • Creel Yard shed
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About

Unique Camping Pod accommodation which is a perfect quirky alternative to traditional camping, self-catering, bed and breakfast, hostelling, and hotels.

Our site is located on the working Isle of Grimsay – an island connected to Benbecula and North Uist by causeways. The Creel Yard was once a creel yard used for storing creels! A creel is the local name for a lobster pot. You will see lots of Creels, fishing boats and fishing paraphernalia on Grimsay.

The site is designed specifically for guests travelling and exploring Uist and the Hebrides, we offer simple but functional accommodation. We have double, twin and four-bed pods all sharing a large well-equipped kitchen/ living area and six shower rooms.

Our showers are extremely powerful.

Superfast Wi-Fi is available throughout the site making it ideal for remote working and each pod has a sustainable electricity supply.

All our pods are fully insulated and very cosy. Our double pods have very sturdy turf roofs with porches, camping chairs and fire pits – all have their own distinctive views of nature, the sea, distant mountains, and islands. Perfect for relaxing and watching the world go by.

Our twin and four bed pods provide comfortable accommodation for overnight stays and those doing a taster tour of the Hebrides (but you are welcome to stay longer). They also have decks, camping chairs and firepits.

The pod site is spacious, dog friendly, offers one-night stays, has free parking, E-bike hire and an EV charger. Large groups requiring sole use of the site are welcome.

We are a short walk to Kallin Harbour where you can take wildlife boat tours and source fresh seafood. Grimsay is a working island home to many attractions – The Salt Tunnels Visitor Centre, a seafood cafe and chandlers, a community café, seasonal art gallery, a boat museum and fascinating wild/birdlife and archaeology.

For the best rates reserve a pod on our website www.creelyardpods.co.uk

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Guide Prices

Double pods from £40 - £50 per night.
Family/Group Pod (4 single beds) £80 - £112 per night
Overnight Pod (2 single beds) £48 - £60 per night
Single occupancy, under occupancy, multi-night and weekly discounts are available on all our pods.
There is a 2-night minimum stay on double pods.

Facilities

Camping Facilities

  • Hot Water Shower/ Washing Facilities
  • Mains Electricity

Catering

  • Eating Out Facilities within 2 miles
  • Shop within 2 Miles / Mobile Shop

Children

  • Children Welcome

Domestic

  • Drying Facilities
  • Hairdryer Available
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Facilities not on Complex
  • Linen Provided
  • Microwave
  • Shared Bathroom
  • Shower
  • Towel Charge

Facilities

  • Disabled Access
  • Equipment Hire - Ebike Hire
  • Internet Access

Leisure Facilities

  • WiFi

Location

  • Coastal Location
  • Island Location
  • Remote Location
  • Rural Location
  • Sea/Loch View

Payment Methods

  • Debit Card
  • Mastercard
  • VISA Card

Special Requirements

  • Children Welcome
  • Dogs Welcome
  • Families
  • Groups Welcome
  • School Groups Welcome
  • Senior Citizens
  • Single Travellers

Transport

  • Bike Storage Available
  • Cycle Hire Nearby - On Site
  • Disabled Parking
  • Free Parking On-Site

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    Recent Reviews:

    • Malcolm o
      Hebridean Wayfarers superb overnighter in the Uists
      5 of 5 stars
      16th June 2024
      The Creel Yard Camping Pods Ceallan Hebridean Wayfarers superb overnighter in the Uists 955174860 A great place to stay for Hebridean Wayfarers, cyclist or trekker. We were generally touring the... Read full review
    • ZoeB1415
      Great location, great host!
      5 of 5 stars
      24th June 2024
      The Creel Yard Camping Pods and especially Duncan helped to make our stay in the Outer Hebrides an even more magical one. Duncan went that extra mile. The central kitchen was warm and extremely well... Read full review
    • Kerri-Jayne L
      Awesome stay- this is my 3rd visit.
      5 of 5 stars
      8th July 2024
      This is an awesome place to stay to explore the islands. Duncan and Lucy are excellent hosts, so welcoming and helpful. The pods are so cozy, and everything you need is in the main house; large... Read full review

    Awards

    • Other AwardsGold Listing Gold Listing 2013
    • Other AwardsOuter Hebrides Tourism Member - Book Now Outer Hebrides Tourism Member - Book Now 2020
    • Other AwardsWTTC Safe Travels WTTC Safe Travels 2021

    Opening Times

    Opens 02 April 2024 (2 Apr 2024 - 30 Sept 2024)

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