We offer glamping at our croft in a Dutch canvas tent. The tent is situated in a field which is being turned into our ‘woodland meadow’, where we have started planting willow as a shelter belt and sowing wildflower seeds, with gorgeous sea views.
The croft comprises of 15 acres of land, farmed in traditional and nature-friendly ways. It is situated in the middle of the island, a 7 minute walk to the nearest sandy beach, and a 7 minute walk in the opposite direction to the wild and rugged west coast.
North Ronaldsay was recently awarded the status of International Dark Sky Community, one of just over 30 worldwide! Where better to enjoy views of the night sky than from a luxury camp spot?
The tent has everything you need for an island getaway this summer.
Glamping at the tent includes:
Comfortable double bed, snuggly duvet, pillows, cushions and blankets
2 chairs and a table
Wood burning stove including some kindling and eco-briquettes
Extra fuel for the stove can be bought from us
Towels & bedding
Small kitchen area with cool box (including frozen ice packs) and camping cooker
Kitchen utensils and crockery
Solar powered fairy lights
Toilet & washing facilities will be a 30 second walk from the tent:
Eco-friendly, water free, composting toilet
There is no electricity in the tent, but we do provide a fully charged power pack for you to charge your phones/cameras/torches with.
Collection from the airport or the pier free of charge.
Farm fresh breakfast packages are available on request, at an additional cost.
Up to 2 extra single beds can be arranged for £10 per night per bed.
We are very environmentally conscious and try to be as sustainable and low impact as possible. All of our cleaning products are eco-friendly and contain no harmful chemicals, our toilet paper is sourced Who Gives A Crap who make their toilet paper from bamboo and donate 50% of their profits to to ensure everyone has access to clean water and a toilet. We’re also working hard to farm with nature, by doing lots of small lovely things like sowing wildflowers, planting trees and shrubs, and providing habitat for wading birds.