For availability, see home page as we are have problems with the calendar :
*Includes electricity, underfloor heating, first supply of peat / logs for stove, towels and bed linen. Please ensure you bring any essentials with you as the shops are all closed on the Sabbath (Temple Cafe open however).
*Photography / hillwalking/ fishing parties welcome.
*Short stay lets may be available off peak.
*We are on a working croft - dogs welcome by arrangement - please call.
*Mobile phone reception is good at the croft and in Leverburgh. Vodafone said to be best but my Orange is fine.
*No smoking please (you can have a fly puff in The Bothy).
* Wifi included , although it can be weather dependant. We hoping to get a BT landline installed however.
Guests Comments :
'children in the sea everyday........ joined by inquisitive dolphins at Scarista one day'.
'the house looks lovely sitting on the hillside with its
combination of stone , slate and wood'.
'Cottage has been fantastic and the woodburner has kept us nice and warm'
'We saw eagles out the back of the house'.
'super job on the old blackhouse , both in and outside'.
'Lovely balcony which frames the sunset'.
'We will definately be back to visit and maybe go to St Kilda next time - only downside is we missed the northern lights'
Wildlife - We saw an otter walking down the track at the house. Corncrake in the rushes in the glen - heard but not seen.
Golf - theres golf at Harris Golf Club 5 miles away( 9 holes).
Fishing rod and equipment available for our guests in bothy.
Ferry - Average return fare car and passengers = £95.00.
Congratulations to Donald John Mackay who has been awarded a MBE for services to the Harris Tweed industry. Donald John supplied us with the Harris Tweed for the curtains.