There are accommodation providers on the island to suit all tastes and budgets – here are a selection to choose from. If you’d like further details, simply click on the name to be taken directly to their website.
An organic sustainable croft based in the north of the island, Eigg Organics offers a variety of accommodation options, including a traditional Mongolian yurt, a bothy and a camping area which has been voted as one of the Top 10 Campsites in the UK by The Guardian.
A contemporary house design on the coast of the beautiful island of Eigg with stunning views across Laig Bay towards the mountains of Rum. Only a short stroll from the beach, it is a perfect base for a relaxed and comfortable stay on Eigg.
Offering 22 beds as well as a 2 bed self catered annexe, Glebe Barn has stunning views over the sea to the mainland mountains. Located in the centre of the island, this beautiful building is one of the cosiest hostels in Scotland.
A stunning property overlooking Laig Bay and the Isle of Rum, Lageorna offers both B&B and a self catered cottage. Known for extremely high quality dinners, there’s a 4* restaurant on site offering some of the finest dining views in Scotland.
Located right on Laig Beach, the bothy is a luxurious and contemporary open plan space with a spectacular view of the Isle of Rum. Perfect for family beach holidays.
A simple, self contained space where time will slip away from you; the bothy has everything you need to feel you’ve escaped modern life. With a wood burning stove and outside shower, you can’t help but relax.
With a range of accommodation options and an onsite pub, Tigh an Sithean has a homely atmosphere and beautiful sea views. There’s a choice of B&B, a traditional log cabin and the always popular log cocoons.