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.
Located on the beautiful island of North Uist, Heisker is one of the best places to escape from the hustle and bustle of modern day life. The house offers all the modern comforts you would expect, including open fire, modern kitchen, and comfortable double bedrooms. A short walk across the wild-flower covered machair to a secluded picturesque beach.
The Uists are a haven for walkers, cyclists, surfers, wildlife enthusiasts, photographers and fishermen. Heisker is your home away from home in some of the most scenic country Scotland has to offer.
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.
Mil Bothy is a comfortable peaceful retreat for two built in 2014, with views to Skye and the spectacular Cuillin Mountain Range. Nature lovers can watch the water's edge wildlife activity from the windows or patio and start on a nature walk from the doorstep.
Interesting high and low ground walks nearby with stunning views of the Sound of Harris or the beaches in Luskentyre. Good base to start a trip to St Kilda. On the bookshelves there are many books of local walks, history and places of interest.
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.
Struan Cottage is a detached, traditional crofter’s cottage, which has been extended to form deceptively spacious accommodation. It makes a great holiday base to get away from the pressures of everyday living and is situated in Ness, which is a widespread district in the northern part of Lewis. The famous Butt of Lewis, with its majestic Stevenson Lighthouse, is only a short distance from the cottage, as is the Eoropie Dunes Park, an educational play centre which makes a wonderful day out for both children and adults alike.
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.
Enjoy some time out at our Eriskay Holiday Cottage set in an area of outstanding natural beauty. A recently restored traditional croft house, sleeping 6, comfortably furnished and fitted with everything you need for the perfect Hebridean holiday.
The cottage has a private garden with fantastic views over the island. White sandy beaches, local shop and the Am Politician Bar & Restaurant are all within walking distance. A short drive over the causeway takes you into South Uist or if you fancy travelling to Barra, the ferry terminal is very nearby.
Seaview, Ardhasaig, on the Isle of Harris is the perfect place to relax or an ideal base to enjoy walking, cycling, beaches, or simply meandering around our beautiful island with its spectacular scenery and array of tourist attractions, cafe/galleries. Seaview comprises two bedrooms (double and twin) on the upper floor. The ground floor has a lounge, kitchen/diner and bath/shower/toilet. Bedrooms, lounge and kitchen all face Loch Bunabhainneadar and provide breathtaking views of the Harris Mountains. Ardhasaig has a petrol station with small grocery store approximately 5 mins walk from the house.
Burnbrae is a cosy and comfortable semi-detached cottage overlooking Loch Roag on the west side of the Isle of Lewis, just a short distance from the historic Callanish Stones and the spectacular beaches of Dalmor and Dalbeag. The cottage benefits from a very central location, ideal for exploring the surrounding area which has much to offer: dramatic landscapes, seascapes, sunsets, dark skies, the Northern lights and much more.
Cherry Tree Cottage is a spacious, detached and well-appointed holiday home offering an ideal base for a family getaway. Situated in Ness, a widespread district in the northern part of Lewis, with the famous Butt of Lewis and its majestic Stevenson Lighthouse only a short distance from the cottage. Also the Eoropie Dunes Play Park, which is set in the sand dunes, makes a great day out for kids and adults alike, and Eoropie Beach is great for surfing.
Set in the beautiful, tranquil village of Marvig with sea views, this traditional detached holiday cottage is ideal for those wishing to unwind and explore the Western Isles. The islands are renowned for their magnificent clean, white sandy beaches which are usually deserted. Historical sites to visit include Callanish Standing Stones, St Clements Church, the Iron Age settlement at Bosta, or one of the Old Blackhouses. Birdwatching, fishing, cycling, surfing, sailing and walking are available locally. The bustling town of Stornoway is only 26 miles away.
Lochside cottage has been completed to the highest standards and has stunning views of the hills of South Uist and an abundance of natural wildlife in the surrounding lochs making it the perfect base for your Outer Hebrides Experience. This spacious four bedroom holiday cottage sleeps 8 people making it ideal for couples and families – 4 king size bedrooms one with a pull out futon. 1 bathroom and one shower room.
Stremreway is a charming property located in the village of Back, near the town of Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. It has two bedrooms, one double with en-suite shower room and one twin room. There is a separate family bathroom and the property sleeps four people in total. Downstairs is an open plan living area with sitting and dining spaces. There is also a large kitchen and a further living area with sitting and dining facilities.
Glamping accommodation with self-catering facilities in Uig, Isle of Lewis. Ideally located for spectacular coastal walks around Mangersta Beach and the rugged sea cliffs of the Mangersta headland and a perfect base camp for hiking in the Uig Hills. Each of two Wigwams Cabins sleeps up to 4; Each of two Shepherd's Huts sleeps up to 2. All are dog friendly and equipped with en-suite shower rooms. Barbecues and fireside chats under star filled Hebridean skies are encouraged around an outdoor camp fire pit.
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.
Glamping style, fully-equipped self-contained pods in a secluded lochside location - 5 mins walk from village of Lochboisdale. Each pod can sleep up to 4 people. Price per pod - £60 per night. Facebook - Uist Stormpods. Tel 01878 700845.
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.
West Tarbert is a comfortable and spacious detached house within walking distance of Tarbert, the main village on the Isle of Harris. The property enjoys a quiet scenic location on the Old Pier Road, just on the outskirts of the village and only a couple of minutes drive, or fifteen minutes walk from the Tarbert Ferry Terminal.
It is only a ten-minute drive from spectacular beaches and is ideally situated for touring the Hebrides be your interest walking, fishing, birdwatching or just relaxing.
Grand View Cottage is a traditional-style, detached crofter’s cottage located in the crofting township of Claddach Kirkibost on the west side of North Uist. The island can be reached by ferry on the Road Equivalent Tariff fare - an economical way of travelling. Cosy and inviting, it has an open fire in the living room, and is well equipped to make an enjoyable stay.
On the shores of Loch Hosta 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.
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.
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.
St Kilda is a detached cottage in a rural location on North Uist. The cottage sleeps six people in three ground floor bedrooms which are two double bedrooms and a twin room. There are two bathrooms, a kitchen with a dining area, a sitting room with an open fire and a dining room on the first floor. The cottage is set in 10 acres of lawned grounds and has off road parking for six cars. St Kilda is a fantastic rural retreat in an ideal location.
Caberfeidh is a renovated, detached, traditional croft house offering a most comfortable holiday home. The house is situated in the crofting township of North Tolsta, just a short drive from the town of Stornoway which has much to offer, including shops, restaurants, a leisure centre, golf course, An Lanntair, an art centre and cultural venue, and the Museum nan Eilean at Lews Castle, which has fabulous grounds and woodland walks.
àilean is a stunning house filled with light. Located on the west coast of Harris amongst breath-taking beaches and fantastic Scottish scenery it has amazing views especially through the big windows in the open plan living area. The house is spacious and exceptionally comfortable with underfloor heating, infrared sauna, 3 large bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. àilean sleeps up to 6 in splendid comfort and is just a few hundred yards from the nearest beach.
The Isle of Harris is truly special and àilean is a fantastic place to enjoy your Harris holiday.
Luxury 4-star holiday cottage on beautiful Isle of Harris in heart of the Outer Hebrides. Close by North Harris Hills. Some serious and challenging walking for connoisseurs, plenty of shorter walks for amblers and ramblers. Rich diversity of wildlife including eagles, deer, seabirds, otters. Fully-modernised detached stone blackhouse dates from 1803. Peaceful location, sea views. Sleeps 2. Central heating, wood-burning stove.
Spacious, lockable shed with heat and airer for drying outdoor gear. Utility room for laundry. Books/info of local walks, laminated OS maps. Sky TV, DVD, Home cinema, fast broadband & Wi-fi.
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.
Sealladh Lingeigh is a very spacious bright and comfortable detached holiday home located in the crofting community of West 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.
Glen Carragrich is a crofters cottage that has been in the family for many years. Situated just a few miles outside Tarbert the main village on the Isle of Harris, Glen Carragrich is set in a large garden and has stunning sea views from all main rooms. Furnished for comfort and in keeping with tradition it offers visitors a taste of the Hebridean lifestyle.
Take a window seat and watch the light play on the water, see the ferry come and go, watch the numerous fishing boats and yachts pass by.
The Red House or Tigh Dearg, beautiful and secluded, renovated from a traditional stone cottage now a perfect getaway for two, central to Harris and the whole of the Western Isles.
The stylish open plan sitting room features a multifuel stove, and reclining sofa. Well equipped kitchen area, slate lined wet room, stunning mezzanine floor with sitting area boasting beautiful views and a king sized bed. From the house you can see seals basking and you can enjoy strolls along the peaceful shore. The only traffic the ferry sailing past.
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.
Old Mission Hall is a delightful, detached cottage boasting a lochside location, 1.5 miles from the village of Cromore on the Isle of Lewis. With one king-size double bedroom, plus double sofa beds in the sitting area and conservatory, this cottage can sleep four people. The rest of the cottage includes an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a woodburner, plus a bright conservatory. Outside is ample off road parking, a decked area and a lawned garden with furniture.
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.
Repose Cottage is a well-appointed, semi-detached property adjoining the owner’s home in the crofting township of Crossbost in the North Lochs with outstanding views over Loch Leurbost, open countryside and several other small lochans. Set in a very central location for exploring all of the area, the property is 10 miles from the main town of Stornoway which has much to offer in shopping, restaurants, museums and An Lanntair - Lantern art centre and cultural venue.
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.
Luxury Hebridean Holiday Cottage located in the picturesque village of Breasclete by the shores of Loch Roag. Abhainn Cottage has been completely renovated and finished to the highest standards. Perfect for exploring Lewis and Harris, only 2 miles from the famous Callanish Stones and 10 minutes to the beach. After a day exploring unwind in our spa bath and sauna, then watch the sunset over the Uig hills from the decking. Honeymoon packages and Spa treatments.
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.
Spacious, elegant, detached Hebridean croft house in a peaceful village location with mountain and sea views. Fantastic scenery, wildlife and beautiful unspoilt beaches within easy walking distance
31 Northton has a hall, large lounge (with sofa bed), dining room, cosy living room with Rayburn stove, modern well-equipped kitchen. Upstairs there are two bedrooms (double and twin), bathroom with bath and shower. All linen, towels and electricity included. Broadband & Wi-Fi, large TVs with Sky, DVD player, Bose music system with mp3 dock.
Mol Ban is a contemporary comfortable house in a tranquil location with panoramic views. This newly built, traditional long house 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 15 min 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.
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.
Machair Cottage is a traditional style croft house located in the small, secluded village of Scaristaveg, on the west coast of the Isle of Harris. The cottage is peacefully set back in its own land off the main north/south island route. An ideal base for beach, hillwalking, golf, wildlife, water sports, trips to St Kilda, or just enjoying the scenery.
Furnished to a very comfortable standard, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, dining room, bathroom, satellite TV, storage heating and multi-fuel stove, private parking, beach location with mountain and ocean views.
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.
Eriskay Self Catering is a 3 bedroomed semi detached cottage that sleeps 6 very comfortably. Situated in a very central part of the Isle of Eriskay, the local shop, Co Chomunn Eirisgeidh and the local bar & restaurant Am Politician are a 2 min walk. The island has beautiful scenery and its beaches are all within walking distance.
This beautiful self catering cottage is surrounded by moorland, sheep and water. Sited on the family croft, it enjoys unhindered loch and mountain views not to mention spectacular sunsets. Built in 1995, it offers all modern comforts in a traditional island setting, situated between sea and fresh water lochs.
The cottage has a cosy living room with peat fire and fabulous views, well-equipped modern kitchen, two bedrooms (one double and one with a double and single bunkbed) and bathroom with bath and shower. The perfect setting for birdwatching, walking, wildlife watching or touring the islands.
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.
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.
Jardine Apartment @ Cairn Dhu is a ground floor apartment, situated in an historic, listed building, located in the heart of Stornoway in the Outer Hebrides and can sleep two people. The cottage apartment has a king-size double bedroom, a bathroom, a fitted kitchen with dining area, a sitting room with a gas fire and a bay window. Outside there is off road parking or one car and a small, private patio area with furniture. Jardine Apartment @ Cairn Dhu is a wonderful base for a holiday in Scotland.
In a truly unique location amid the spectacular scenery of the Island of Lewis and Harris in the Outer Hebrides, Beach Bay Cottage is nestled on the edge of the unspoilt white sands of Uig Bay, a National Scenic Area and one of the most beautiful beaches on Scotland’s Atlantic Coast. A stunning natural stone and turf roofed single-storey detached cottage built into the hillside reflecting an ancient neolithic design with breathtaking beach views, and with access to a family friendly beach less than 110 yards from the door.
Recently renovated, Sith Phort is a stylish and comfortable self-catering holiday house in the beautiful coastal settlement of Rhenigidale. Sith Phort combines a spectacular, remote location, ideal for walking, with convenience. Eagles, otters, dolphins and seals are frequent visitors to the glen and surrounding waters, and you’ll find fantastic coastal and hill walks outside the front door. At the same time, the main Tarbert to Stornoway Road is just a couple of miles away, making Sith Phort an ideal base for exploring all of Harris and neighbouring Lewis.