Hello and welcome. Roag’s End Cottage is situated on the beautiful west coast of the Isle of Lewis. This stone cottage has been extensively refurbished to provide an exciting mix of contemporary open plan design with traditional features. It now provides light, spacious and tranquil accommodation for up to 4 people and is a perfect base from which to explore. Fabulous bird life and wildlife, world class surfing beaches, wonderful fishing, beautiful walks, historic sites and golden sandy beaches under big skies await you. Open all year round.
Mol Ban is a contemporary comfortable house in a tranquil location with panoramic views. This newly built traditional longhouse offers all the benefits of a modern home and is just metres from the shoreline. In front lies Lingerbay Island and its Mol Ban (White Shingle Beach). Seals and otters lounge around the island and many seabirds can be spotted. A short bus/cycle ride or 15min car ride takes you to the white sands of Northton or Scarista beach. Mol Ban is perfect if you are planning a trip to St Kilda.
Culla Cottage has been tastefully restored to offer high quality accommodation for those wishing to visit one of the most scenic places in the United Kingdom.
Located in the township of Aird, just yards from a beautiful beach, Culla Cottage is the last remaining traditional cottage found on the West coast of Benbecula. The cottage has a thatched roof and rebuilt stone walls. Culla Cottage is central to the neighbouring islands and only two minutes' drive from local supermarket, P.O, & bank, with a fantastic restaurant and Chinese takeaway nearby.
Evat Cottage is a traditional, detached, thatched stone cottage, in a truly peaceful location with lovely views across the lochans and beyond to Lochboisdale. This delightful cottage offers the ideal location for those wishing to explore the Uists and Eriskay. The Uists are home to two nature reserves, and the archipelago off the islands is linked by causeways, so travelling between them all is very easy. There are many historic and archaeological sites to explore, including the Bonnie Prince Charlie Trail, Trinity Temple at Carnish and the Kildonan Museum.
This 3 bedroom bungalow has recently been refurbished and renovated with modern facilities, central heating and cosy open fire. Situated on a croft in the village of Garenin it is near the restored Gearranan Blackhouse village and has an excellent view over the area of Carloway.
Close to the beaches of Dalmore and Dalbeg, it is at the start of the Westside Coastal Trail and the coast walk to Borriston, and is 24 miles from Stornoway. Garenin is ideal for a relaxing holiday or for walking, birdwatchin, cycling, surfing or fishing.
Sealladh Lingeigh is a very spacious bright and comfortable detached holiday home located in the crofting community of East Kilbride on the way to Eriskay, and boasting panoramic views over the Sound of Barra and the Sound of Eriskay. This peaceful and tranquil location offers a truly ‘get away from it all’ experience, whether you go out exploring or just enjoy the comfort of Sealladh Lingeigh. The birdlife and wildlife are wonderful, with eagles, corncrakes, whales and basking sharks, which all visit in the summer.
Gearrannan self-catering offers a truly unique experience. Relax in the ambience of former times, but with all the comforts of the present day. Two thatched cottages are family-sized and are rated at four stars, one smaller cottage has one double room and is rated three-star, and one two star bunkhouse can sleep up to sixteen. An ideal base for coastal and moorland walks and within walking distance of archaeological sites such as Carloway Broch and Callanish Standing Stones. We have scenery, history, environment and wildlife on our doorstep.
This luxury cottage was refurbished in 2013. Situated on the shores of Loch Blashaval, it has uninterrupted views from the Isle of Harris to the Isle of Skye. The Western Isles have an abundance of wildlife and are blessed with fabulous beaches with stunning white sand and turquoise water. The cottage is fitted out to the highest of standards for a very comfortable stay. View seals, otters, porpoises, red deer, and sea eagles from the telescope in the cottage. Fishing lochs within walking distance of the cottage. Free wifi.
Craigriach is on Scalpay, a small island connected to Harris by a bridge. Scalpay has several posted walks of great beauty and interest, including the walk to the famous Eilean Glas Lighthouse, which also has the whale watching station. Sea and Golden eagles visit regularly. The house is fifty metres from the sea on a still working croft but totally enclosed, with uninterrupted views South to Skye and the Uists & West to Clisham and the magnificent North Harris mountains where more ambitious walking can be found. Guides in Cottage.
Beautifully renovated stone built, thatched cottage on the idyllic island of Berneray. The cottage is cosy and romantic, wood-burning stove, double bedroom with Harris Tweed soft furnishings, good sized bathroom, an elegant and comfy sitting room with two sofas, dining area and fully-fitted, well-equipped kitchen. WiFi. All rooms have sea views, you can see seals lazing on rocks, and even an otter if you’re lucky. Put your busy lives on hold, enjoy the magic of Berneray, with its white sandy beaches, abundant wild-life, flower-carpeted machair and slow pace of life.
Secluded self-catering forest cabins on the island of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides. Spectacular views over the forest to the beach, machair and Atlantic ocean. There is a wealth of wildlife including the UK's smallest bird the goldcrest and the UK's largest bird the white-tailed eagle. Soak in the ever-changing view from your freestanding bath, relax amongst the forest environment from your private balcony and unwind by the real wood burning fire whilst enjoying sensational sunsets...
Roineabhal Cottage is an ideal base for walking in Harris and Scalpay. The cottage is situated next to the start of the excellent walk out to the Scalpay Lighthouse where dolphins and whales are regularly seen. From the house you can also see An Clisham the highest mountain (Corbett) in Harris.
Luxury Hebridean Holiday Cottage located in the picturesque Breasclete by the shores of Loch Roag. Abhainn Cottage is renovated and finished to the highest standards. Perfect for exploring Lewis and Harris, 2 miles from Callanish Stones and 10 minutes to the beach. After a day exploring unwind in our spa bath and sauna, watching the sunset over the Uig hills from the decking. Honeymoon packages and Spa treatments.
Abhainn Cottage with Sauna & Spa Bath, Isle of Lewis. 2020 Early Bird Sale, 20% off 7 nights from £380. Flexible check-in days available.
Situated in a unique location, with stunning sea views from the large cathedral window, this detached, architect-designed single-storey house is in a perfect location for exploring the Outer Hebrides. It has gated access to the coastal path through the owner’s croft, and offers modern conveniences such as USB charging sockets in most rooms, wall-mounted TVs and multiple lighting options.
The house features a spacious upstairs lounge with a fabulous view over the rugged island of Ronay where red deer roam free and eagles fly overhead. The house has an exceptionally well equipped and modern kitchen. Two downstairs bedrooms share a bathroom. A double bedroom is also situated upstairs with its own bathroom.
Borvemor Cottages occupy a superb location in the West Coast of Harris on croft land with direct access to a glorious shell sand Atlantic beach which is enjoyable in all weathers. The traditionally built cottages are different in style and capacity with short lets available for some and others accessibility adapted. On line booking ensures avilability is always up to date. We are at the centre of a marvellous walking area ranging from coastal to magnificent hill walking and all accessed by a short walk or short drive.
Perfect for couples and single travellers, this stylish conversion of an original Croft Byre sleeps 2 in modern comfort. Accommodation includes; double bedroom, a sitting dining and well equipped kitchen area with wood burning stove,shower room and upstairs viewing sitting area with magnificent views over hills,loch and sea. Washing machine, Wi Fi, Smart TV and all bedding, towels and electricity included in the price.
24 Lower Shader is a cosy, comfortable and peaceful cottage in a quiet location. The house was originally the family croft built in the 1920's and completely renovated in the 1990's. It is situated on the North West of the Island about 17 miles from Stornoway. There is a mini market in Borve, two miles North and a larger one five miles to the south in Barvas. For eating out locally the highly recommended Borve House Hotel is close by.
The Wee Gem Cottage is a most charming and unique detached cottage with an inkpot style architecture and perfect for two guests. It’s bijou and stylish making it a very cosy, comfortable holiday home. Situated in the crofting township of Back, just a short drive from the town of Stornoway which has much to offer in shopping, restaurants, leisure centre, golf course, An Lanntair, Lantern art centre and cultural venue, Museum an Eilean at Lews Castle which has fabulous grounds and woodland walks.
Overlooking Stornoway harbour and set amongst acres of beautiful landscaped gardens, the impressive 19th Century Lews Castle now offers luxurious self-catering apartments for those looking to explore the spectacular natural wonders of the Outer Hebrides. The accommodation is a perfect blend of the classic and contemporary, staying true to the building's Victorian origins but adding the modern touches that travellers expect such as free Wi-Fi, flat screen televisions, luxury toiletries, personal concierge service and welcome hamper.
Overlooking the magnificent Clachan Sands, this modern luxurious island holiday home boasts fabulous attention to detail. This single-storey, detached cottage has mood lighting throughout, a magnificent steam room, rain shower, whirlpool bath, electric lazy boys - the list goes on! The thoughtful owners have included everything to make sure your stay is as comfortable as possible. With the owner being a fisherman, guests will even receive a complementary seafood delivery (weather permitting).
Newly refurbished cottage on this beach within RSPB Balranald bird reserve. Walk for miles along the wonderful beaches and wild Atlantic coastline directly from the cottage. Watch golden eagles from the lounge, otters, seals and wading birds galore from the kitchen. Superb uninterrupted views of beach, wild Atlantic Ocean and St Kilda from the cottage.
High specification includes large well-equipped kitchen, all bedrooms ensuite, Fine Bedding Company duvets, Egyptian cotton towels and linen, central heating, satellite broadband, 42" TV, Ruarck HiFi, etc. Enclosed garden. Storage for bikes/kayaks. Welcome pack provided.
Jamac is a spacious cottage located in the village of Balallan, Scotland. Hosting five bedrooms comprising four doubles (one on the ground floor with disabled friendly en-suite shower room), and a single, this property can sleep up to nine people. Inside you will also find a ground floor bathroom (disabled friendly shower), a first floor bathroom, a kitchen/diner, sitting room, utility, and a games room. To the outside is off-road parking.
Kilbride Beach Cottage has the most stunning location, with the beaches and the colour of the sea something to behold. The southern isles have something for everyone. They are great for walks, rural or countryside. Beach or lochside fishing is perfect for relaxation. The rasping call of the elusive corncrake can be heard from the doorstep from April onwards, as well as the golden eagle corn bunting, short eared owls, hen herrier, seals and otters.
Smart, secluded cottage with stunning panoramic views. Modern kitchen leads to lounge diner with log burner and doors opening to decking that overlooks the loch. Nine miles from Stornoway and 40 minutes from Harris; 10 minutes to the Callanish Stones and not much further to the beautiful west coast beaches, a very central position, local garage and shop 2 miles. Great spot for wildlife and bird watching, with deer frequently at the garden fence. Dishwasher, washing machine, outdoor chairs, 32" flat screen TV, DVD, WiFi, 1 dog, strictly no smoking.
This spacious, detached cottage is situated in the scattered hamlet of Leurbost, making it an ideal base for exploring the Outer Hebrides. Boasting some of the most beautiful white sandy beaches and turquoise waters in the UK, the spectacular machair runs parallel to many of the beaches on the west side of the islands. The machair is a real haven for wildlife, such as the elusive corncrake with hen harriers, seals, otters and golden eagles also regularly spotted.
Our luxury one bedroom cottage for couples which was newly refurbished in 2018, is an ideal year round base to explore the stunning beaches, or many of the fabulous walks that Harris & Lewis have to offer. When the weather is inclement, the cottage is the perfect place to relax and unwind, whether it is in the spa room with its double jacuzzi bath, sauna and rainfall shower, or the cinema room with a 93” Screen. The lounge with living flame gas fire offers stunning views over the sea loch.
Lochside Cottage is a pretty retreat located in the village of Grimsay, Outer Hebrides. Hosting one double bedroom, and a bathroom, this property can sleep up to two people. Inside you will also find a kitchen/diner, and a sitting room. To the outside is off-road parking, bike storage, and a lawned garden. Situated in a calming location with lovely surroundings, Lochside Cottage is a homely retreat in a remote part of Scotland.
On the shores of Loch Hosta, on the Isle of North Uist, with panoramic views, this turf-roofed lodge/cabin offers an idyllic holiday retreat. The incredible landscape surrounding the lodge is a paradise for outdoor and wildlife enthusiasts. Loch Hosta is one of the best fishing lochs on the island and home to many visiting birds ranging from golden eagles to corncrakes. A gentle stroll takes you to the beautiful Hosta Beach with its rolling dunes, white sand and turquoise waters.
Set in the small village of South Dell, this detached house has been beautifully finished and very tastefully furnished. The property has open views from the balcony across the fields towards the sea, a beautifully crafted, cedar wood sauna, a contemporary bar and a cosy library with a large selection of books and old records. It is definitely an ideal home to return to after a day exploring the Outer Hebrides.
Crobeg is a charming detached, single-storey cottage just perfect for couples. Situated in the crofting township of Balallan overlooking one of the many Lochans in the area, it’s cosy and welcoming with an open fire in the lounge and beams throughout the living areas. The large mature garden makes it private and secluded. Brown trout fishing is available on Loch na Deasport, 200 yards, and fishing rods can be supplied.
Make the 5 bedroomed Bayhead your base for walking and climbing the spectacular Harris hills. Roneval, the highest hill in South Harris, is right on your doorstep. Guests have seen otters and eagles, enjoyed fishing, beach combing and sight seeing. Perfectly located for day trips to St Kilda.
The well-equipped, flexible accommodation can be let as one large house sleeping up to 8, or separate units sleeping 5 and 3. Whirlpool bath for relaxing after a hard day. Bayhead has a peaceful setting beside the sea, perfect for a relaxing holiday.
Number4 is a comfortable bungalow in Bunavoneader, Isle of Harris, ideally located for walking in the North Harris hills. Number4 has spectacular sea and mountain views and the famous Husinish beach at the end of the road. 2 king size bedrooms (1 with en-suite) and 1 twin bedroom comfortably accommodate up to 6 people. Family bathroom, well equipped kitchen diner and utility, wood-burning stove in lounge. Dogs welcome. Unlimited Wifi internet, linen, electricity, and heating included. Garage for bike and kayak storage.
Macaulay Cottage is a traditional 4 bedroom stone built house set in the beautiful surroundings of the Golden Road in the village of Grosebay. Only 2 minutes from the sea where otters and seals can be seen playing. Wildlife enthusiasts may be interested in eagle sightings in the area. Ideal base for hillwalking, fishing, golf or just a peaceful and relaxing holiday. A 20 minute drive from the famous sandy beaches of Harris. Local attractions include Harris Tweed, distillery, art galleries and trips to St Kilda.
Situated about two miles from the ferry terminal at Tarbert, Harris, these two comfortable chalets overlook East Loch Tarbert. Surrounded by rocks, moors and lochs, they are easily accessible to walks of outstanding beauty, such as the path to Rhenigidale and Molinginish. One chalet sleeps two people (double bedroom) and the other sleeps 4 (one double and one twin bedroom) and they may be rented together or separately. Tourist information, books and magazines are available as well as a TV, DVD player and a radio. There is a lockable outhouse.
Padraig’s Cottage is a delightful, detached property, its sun room giving magnificent views of the Uist mountains. Set at the edge of Loch Roag, one of the best known fishing lochs in South Uist, it is a superb base for exploring the islands. The beautiful white sands of Howbeg beach are half a mile from the cottage and the spectacular machair runs parallel to the beach. It is a haven for wildlife such as the elusive corncrake, with hen harriers, seals, otters and golden eagles also regularly spotted.
Lewis Longhouse is a new, luxurious holiday home-from-home. On the east coast of Lewis, it's close to the beach in an area of peaceful, natural beauty. This spacious home offers stylish contemporary design and energy-conscious technology to make your stay a pleasure. A stunning double-height open plan living/kitchen/dining area with huge windows onto great views, two large bedrooms, two bathrooms, underfloor heating, and a quiet relaxing area upstairs with balcony make this an ideal base. It's fully equipped to the highest standard with all you need in an idyllic location for history, scenery and wildlife.
Bute Cottage is a well-appointed, detached, single-storey cottage overlooking its own lochan in Daliburgh, South Uist, in the Outer Hebrides. The cottage is well-equipped to make for an enjoyable stay and makes a great base to see all that the islands have to offer. A short drive takes you to Eriskay, where you can catch the ferry to Barra. Askernish Golf Course, designed by Tom Morris, is the oldest golf course in the Western Isles.
Detached bungalow peacefully situated on the totally unspoilt and less populated west coast of the island, overlooking the sea to the Isle of Bernera, 21 miles from Stornoway. Bright, spacious, easy to manage modern holiday accommodation. Surrounded by open countryside, heather moors, hills and just yards from the seashore. The area has magnificent sunsets, superb trout and salmon fishing, wildlife and walking and fantastic opportunities for bird watching. Several sandy beaches, one within 5 miles. Shop 2½ miles, pub/restaurant 10 miles.
Our unique, luxury cottages, each with its own Sauna and Jacuzzi are the ideal Hebridean retreat for a romantic and luxurious break. The cottages are 5 star graded by Visit Scotland and have a Gold award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme. From the comfort of your cottage you can enjoy the stunning panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean crashing onto Scarista beach, which is only minutes away. Owner/ managed we feel it is important that we are on hand to welcome guests and ensure their stay is a memorable one. Open Jan-Dec.
Sealladh Eabhal overlooks a pretty waterlily loch with a backdrop of mountains and sea. This cosy cottage, situated on Grimsay, sleeps 6 and comprises living room with multi-fuel stove, double bedroom and bathroom downstairs. Upstairs has a double bedroom with ensuite toilet and a twin room. The well-equipped new kitchen opens onto a secluded patio with uninterrupted moorland views. This tranquil space is a favourite with guests and ideal for spotting owls, hen harriers, sea eagles and much more. There is ample off-road parking.
Ford House has panoramic sea views. Explore miles of empty sandy beaches extending through the machair land into rugged moorland and hills all of which contain a wide variety of flowers and wildlife.
Four bedrooms (one ensuite, two with showers/basins), comfortable lounge with open fire, separate dining room, well-equipped kitchen, washer/dryer, WiFi, garden and parking. Situated in the village of Creagorry in Benbecula, 200 yards from the causeway linking Benbecula to South Uist, Ford House is the perfect location for touring, hill walking, fishing, cycling, bird watching, beach-combing and canoeing.
Weavers Cottage, as the name suggests, was a weaver’s cottage producing the world renowned Harris Tweed and the cottage contains many pieces of the owners’ own tweed. The cottage is bright and spacious with uninterrupted views over the open countryside and onto the Atlantic Ocean. Situated in Ness, a widespread district in the northern part of the Isle of Lewis with the famous Butt of Lewis, with its majestic Stevenson lighthouse, only a short distance from the cottage.
St. Duthus House is a delightful detached Victorian cottage situated in the centre of the town of Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. This cottage sleeps five people in three bedrooms, consisting of one double, one twin and one single, together with a bathroom and shower room. The cottage also has a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with a dining area and gas fire. Outside is off road parking for one car. St.
This cosy traditional cottage is close to the shore and enjoys views over the sound of Eriskay to nearby South Uist. Sleeps up to eight in 4 bedrooms. Two doubles (one en-suite) and two with bunk beds. Comfortable sitting room with a TV, DVD and real fire. Spacious dining kitchen with electric cooker, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, fridge and microwave. Family bathroom, central heating, towels and bedlinen included.
A fantastic base to explore; go walking, kayaking, cycling, fishing, photography, wildlife watching or just relax and enjoy the stunning scenery.
Sonas Cottage is a brand new, purpose built cottage providing luxurious, 5 Star accommodation for couples.
This very spacious cottage has been designed to an exceptional standard and is an ideal place to unwind and relax. Look forward to a sauna or watching a film in the cinema room after an invigorating day out exploring, fishing, playing golf or hill walking. At the foot of the Clisham, and overlooking a sea loch, it's an ideal location to discover the stunning beaches, scenery and attractions of Harris and Lewis.
Airidh a' Bhaigh (The Shieling by the Bay) is a luxury 5 star thatched cottage centrally located in the Outer Hebrides on the beautiful island of South Uist. The original 1800s traditional cottage has been renovated to the highest standard, retaining authentic Hebridean character with added luxuries for your relaxation and enjoyment.
With stunning beaches, walks, and wildlife nearby and an award winning local restaurant this is the perfect hideaway for exploring the magical Hebrides. Relax at the peat fire and take life at your own pace in this truly romantic, idyllic setting.
Perched on a rugged stone headland high above the sea, these sophisticated hideaways in the Outer Hebrides deliver exclusivity and a relaxed, low-key ambience. Ideally located for wildlife watching, expect a stay of exceptional serenity and a chance to unwind in an unspoilt, natural environment. Perfectly situated for walking in Lewis and Harris and equipped with a deep soak bath, rainfall shower and sauna to ease your muscles after a day in the hills.
Taigh Calum is a lovely single storey cottage nestled in the Port of Ness on the wonderful Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides. It comprises one double bedroom sleeping two people, along with a bathroom. Inside is also a kitchen and sitting room. Outside boasts ample off-road parking and an enclosed garden with gravelled area and patio. Taigh Calum offers couples the chance to explore an interesting part of Scotland, with Stornoway in driving distance offering further attractions and amenities.
A converted 19th century school set within the wild, magical landscape of an Outer Hebridean isle, Tigharry Schoolhouse is a unique contemporary property found in the beautiful western reaches of North Uist, the central island of the famed archipelago, 40 miles off Scotland’s west coast. Surrounded by fields, farmland and meadows of wildflowers, the Schoolhouse is an idyllic retreat providing spacious, stylish accommodation, a short stroll from the shores of the Atlantic. Sleeping eight to ten guests, Tigharry Schoolhouse provides light, spacious, accommodation for family and friends to gather.