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A long and rich history
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Camping on Gigha

Gigha has a small, designated camping area on the grass adjacent to the Boathouse where toilet and shower facilities are also available. Camping places are restricted and by prior arrangement only. Please contact the Boathouse on 01583 505123 or email info@boathouse-bar.com prior to arrival to check availability.
The Boathouse is near the ferry slip, following the ferry road, the Boathouse is signposted on your left just 300 yards from the slip. The camping area is close to all amenities on Gigha, Joe and Lindsay run the Boathouse Café Bar, offering meals and drinks throughout the day, beside the camping area. The shop, post office and hotel are just a 5-minute stroll away.
 
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