Crook Cottage is over 100 years old and is a traditional, hand-built, Hebridean stone cottage. The accommodation overlooks Loch Beacravik (a sea loch), so fishing is just stone's throw away; or perhaps a spot of mussel picking in one of the nearby inlets. Wildlife enthusiasts will find themselves spoiled for choice, with otters, seals, oyster catchers, and the occasional bottle-nosed dolphin all on view from the comfort of the cottage windows (bring some binoculars!).
Braemore Chalet, recently renovated to include a wood burning stove in 2019, is a cosy Chalet situated 10mins east of Tarbert on the Isle of Harris and provides a perfect base to explore our beautiful island. Braemore Chalet is ideal for couples but the additional sofa bed in the living area means its roomy enough for a family or a group of sharers. Stay at Braemore Chalet and start your Hebridean adventure.
The Wee Wooden Yurt at Caolas Gallery is a unique amazing space, a green roofed, original wooden round house with picture windows giving an uninterrupted view of the sea across to the Isle of Scalpay and South East Harris. Features include a central dome roof window, separate shower room, a kitchen, comfortable chairs and wood burning stove, and of course a double bed. The property enjoys a southerly aspect with masses of natural light. Is well insulated, warm and cosy