With views across to the pristine white sands of Uig Bay where the famous 12th century Lewis Chessmen were found, this detached holiday cottage offers a perfect base for families and friends to explore Uig and the west coast of Lewis. The area is a paradise for bird-watchers, artists and photographers. Stags are frequently seen in the vicinity sometimes in the drive. There are many outdoor activities including hill walking, surfing, fishing, diving, sea kayaking and cycling.
In an elevated position with stunning views across the loch, this detached crofter’s cottage has been lovingly restored, beautifully furnished and is extremely well equipped. Situated in Marvig, which is more or less midway between the main towns of Tarbert, Harris and Stornoway, on the Isle of Lewis, this property makes the perfect base from which to explore the Outer Hebrides.
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.
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.
Leverhulme is a semi-detached property situated within the village of Stornoway. It houses three bedrooms, comprising of a double bedroom and two single bedrooms. Completing the first-floor is a family bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC. Downstairs you will find a sitting room with a flame-effect fire, a dining room and a well-equipped kitchen. Step outside to find an enclosed rear garden with seating, a well-kept front garden and ample off-road parking. Leverhulme is a wonderful family retreat.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Taigh Chailean is a lovely ground floor cottage based in Isle of Lewis, Scotland. All rooms are on the ground floor. There are two bedrooms: one double and one twin. There is a separate family shower room and WC. It has a fitted kitchen, and an open-plan living room and dining area. There is off-road parking available. Outside has a lawned garden and patio area with furniture provided. Taigh Chailean is ideal for a couple or small family to enjoy the village and explore the local area.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Taigh Eillidh is a new build luxury self catering property situated in an incredible location above the lovely harbour at Port of Ness, Isle of Lewis. Ness is located at the very north tip of Lewis and has dramatic coastlines and beautiful beaches. The house has two bedrooms, (one king size en-suite) and an open plan lounge/kitchen. The main feature of the property is the outstanding views of the beach at pier at Port of Ness. The house is an ideal base to walk, cycle and explore the North of Lewis.
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.
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.
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.