Harriet’s House is an attractive and traditional croft house set on the Isle of North Uist off the coast of Scotland. Accommodating a large family of up to seven, the cottage features comfortable furnishings and modern self catering facilities as well as a picture perfect garden and private parking. Set near the magnificent beaches of the Western Isles, guests will love a holiday with fantastic views and just a short distance to the local amenities and the ferry terminal. Harriet’s House is surrounded by an abundance of wildlife, natural scenery and historical sites making the location ideal for a range of outdoor activities.
Our charming cottage sleeps up to seven people over four well appointed and beautifully decorated bedrooms. The ground floor of the cottage houses a lounge with a range of home comforts including comfortable chairs and sofas, a Freeview TV and DVD player. There is a log burning fire for the winter months. Contemporary in style with a large family dining table, the kitchen is well equipped with all self catering facilities provided including an electric cooker, microwave, washing machine and fridge freezer. A back door leads out to a private garden with picturesque views over the coast and washing lines to hang clothes. The ground floor also features a double bedroom and fully tiled family bathroom with bath tub and separate shower. A further double room, a twin room and a small single bedroom can be found on the upper floor and are set under timber clad sloped ceiling with skylight windows.
All bills are included in the rental price and bed linen and towels will be provided for your arrival. Harriet’s House is strictly non-smoking and we are unable to accommodate pets. Arrival time is usually 3pm and guests must check out by 10am on the morning of departure.
Harriet's House on the Isle of North Uist is located near the many attractions and activities available on the Western Isles. For keen Anglers, contact the North uist Angling Club and the North Uist Estates which manage the lochs and rivers where you can fish for trout and salmon. Enjoying walking through the beautiful scenery and gazing at the varied wildlife including Otters, or make your way to the rsbp Nature Reserve at Balranald to view the many birds nesting in the croftland.
Discounts available for bookings of two weeks or more and low season short breaks may be available – please contact us for further details.
Getting here: A ferry sails directly from the Isle of Skye and docks in Lochmaddy, the main ferry terminal for North Uist. There is also a ferry which runs from Oban to Lochboisdale in South Uist. Another ferry links North Uist with the Isle of Harris. These car ferries are operated by Caledonian MacBrayne. Harriet’s House is 16 miles from Benbecula Airport, which has daily flights to and from Glasgow, Stornoway and Inverness.