A Bed and Breakfast in Outer Hebrides
Cnoc-na-Uamha is the is the ideal base from which to explore Lewis and Harris.
Annie has run this as a B&B for several years but has recently converted her rooms to be self catering with a kitchenette, microwave so you can look after yourself within her beautiful home.
Perfectly situated for touring, hillwalking, cycling, sea kayaking and birdwatching. Eilean Glas lighthouse, one of the very first lighthouses to be built in Scotland, is within comfortable walking distance. A short drive will take you to the spectacular white sandy beaches of the West Coast of Harris. On the small Island of Scalpay there is a fabulous bistro run by George which has an excellent reputation. This couldn't be more recommended. George is rather a legend in the whole of the Outer Hebrides and is definatley worth a visit. Annie will be happy to book you in with him, so when you book to stay please remember to mention on the booking request as he is frequently fully booked.
- 1 x Double
- 1 x Twin
- Full Cooked Breakfast
- Sitting Room
- Parking on site
- Guests get own house keys
- Check-in between: 11:00h and 21:00h.
Isle of Harris
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Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults 2 infants Bathroom: Ensuite Shower In Room: A Double bedroom consists of a double bedroom and adjoining sitting room with a sofa bed that sleeps 2 people, so the room sleeps a total of 4 people.
Type: Twin Capacity: 3 adults 1 infant Bathroom: Private Bath and Shower In Room: A Twin bedded room with a private bathroom directly next to the room. The bedroom has beautiful seaviews overlooking the South and North Harbours and the mountains of Harris. There is also a single room on the same floor that can be let out with this room if you are travelling with a friend or child but they will need to share your bathroom.
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The Private House Stay's Guide
The Outer Hebrides is a chain of islands over 100 miles long, (the Inner hebrides are islands between the Outer Hebrides and the mainland of Scotland). They have west coast beaches that rival the Caribbean - as highlighted in the Sunday Times when Luskentrye beach on Harris was considered to be in the top 10 of beaches in the world. There are also many sites of international archaeological significance such as the Callinish Stones on Lewis which are over 5000 years old and some believe older and more relevant than Stonehenge. The Outer Hebrides are the last bastion of the old Highland life. Though newer industries such as fish farming have been introduced, the traditional occupations of crofting, fishing and weaving still dominate, and outside Stornoway on Lewis (the largest town within the islands) life is very much a traditional one, revolving around the seasons and the tides.