Accommodation

The Barn is approached from the north along a private track leading past our own house to a parking and turning area outside the house.

Open plan living

From the house door a lobby leads to an attractive, well proportioned living area comprised of dining-kitchen and lounge. Huge windows - with integral sliding door leading out to the decking - look out across the croft and down to the shore and the many lochs, hills and islands beyond.

Facilities include -

  • Lounge with 3 seater sofa, recliner chair and footstool
  • Telescope
  • Books/maps and routes for local walks
  • Sky tv with DVD player
  • Stylish dining table and chairs for four
  • Full-size oven/hob, microwave, larder fridge, dishwasher, toaster, kettle and other appliances
  • Freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer in utility space off lobby
  • Welcome gift of wine and a shellfish voucher on arrival

downstairs bathroom

upstairs bedroom

Bedroom suites

From the front lobby, a door leads to the downstairs bedroom suite, with a generous single bedroom, adjacent private shower room, and storage cupboards.

From the dining-kitchen, stairs lead to the upstairs bedroom suite, with king-size double bedroom, adjacent private bathroom, and plentiful storage. Velux roof-lights make this spacious suite especially light and welcoming.

                                        All towels and bedding included.

See the gallery at the bottom of the page for some larger pictures of the accommodation.

Outside

Timber decking at the back of the house - facing south - extends the living area outdoors, with what must surely be one of the most stunning outlooks in all of Uist, regardless of the weather.

The house is set amidst the unspoilt natural land of our croft, giving unfettered access to sheltered sandy inlets and rocky headlands of the shore just below the house - ideal for watching red deer, otters, eagles, herons and so much more besides.

 

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