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...
Architect designed house overlooking a sea loch ten metres away with spectacular views into the Hebridean wilderness. The glass and granite extension with floor to ceiling glass is joined to the original Dulchas house by a granite and glass corridor. The whole house has underfloor heating and is very tastefully furnished in a modern style with electric blinds in the extension. All rooms have views over the loch and wilderness beyond and you will be amazed at the number of otters, seals, eagles and deer you will see from the house daily.
“A splendid, immaculate, homely cottage in an outstanding location within RSPB Balranald”.
Direct access to beautiful white sand swimming beach from enclosed garden. Walk miles along beaches and coast straight from the doorstep. Cottage has uninterrupted views of beach, ocean and St Kilda. Watch eagles, otters and the sun setting into the sea from cottage/garden. Fall asleep listening to the sea and birds from an award winning bed. High specification includes large well-equipped kitchen, all bedrooms ensuite, Egyptian cotton towels and linen, satellite broadband, 42” TV, Ruarck HiFi.
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.
As seen on TV when Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse visited Rowan Cottage for BBC’s "Gone Fishing". This luxury cottage has been described by our guests as the best holiday accommodation they have ever stayed in.
"One of the most spectacular views on North Uist from the comfort of a beautifully restored house”, - best selling author Peter May. On the shores of Loch Blashaval, with uninterrupted sea views. An abundance of wildlife and some of the best beaches in the UK. High standards ensure a very comfortable stay. Free unlimited WiFi.
Nestling into the edge of Loch a' Ghoill, this unique eco-house blends into the surroundings with its local stonework and turf roof. Inside is a beautiful, modern nest for two. The open-plan kitchen-living area and adjacent bedroom have stunning views. Taigh Dòbhrain is the ultimate place to relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this traditional North Uist crofting township. Watch wildlife and the ever-changing Hebridean skies, relax in comfort by the wood burning stove or set out and explore the unspoilt beaches, moorland, and heritage of these islands.
The Cottage sits beside beautiful Loch Hosta with stunning views over the loch and the surrounding wild Hebridean landscape. White-Tailed and Golden Eagles can regularly be seen soaring over the hills opposite and frequently over the loch in front of the house. The beautiful sweeping sandy Hosta Beach (Traigh Stir) is a 5 min walk from the house. The surrounding machair is a haven for flowers, wildlife, bees, butterflies and corncrakes. On a clear night with virtually zero light pollution the night skies are a sight to behold.
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.
Originally built as a small thatched cottage, it has been a family home for almost 100 years, and retains some original features. Totally refurbished Heisgeir View is a cosy, welcoming cottage, ideal for a relaxed getaway.
Situated just 10 minutes from the famous RSPB Balranald nature reserve and North Uist’s glorious, white sandy beaches. Its elevated position provides stunning views of the Outer Hebrides, right out to the Monach Isles (Heisgeir) and across to Skye, South Uist and Barra. The perfect place to enjoy nature, fresh air and sheer relaxation.
The living areas of the detached bungalow consist of a kitchen with an electric oven and hob, fridge, washing machine, and a living/dining room with an open fire, WiFi, TV and selection of books. The bedrooms consist of two doubles and a bunk, along with a shower room. Outside, there is a rear garden with patio, lawn, and ample off-road parking. Within 7.6 miles, you will find a shop, within 6.3, a pub. Please note that this is a pet-free and a smoke-free cottage.