Situated in a quiet location away from the main road this large comfortable house is an ideal base for exploring the Uists and Eriskay. South Uist is linked to both Eriskay (in the South) and North Uist, by causeways.  With rugged hills, spectacular wildflower displays on the machair, and stunning white shell beaches the islands are a photographers paradise.

Closer to home, strolling along a heathland path takes you to a nearby restaurant which serves good evening meals. Alternatively, a short drive will offer you a choice of three further restaurants.


Uist Machair

The Machair

Getting to Uist

By Air

Airports are located in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, in Benbecula, North Uist, and on the Isle of Barra.

FlybeEastern Airways and HIA all operate to and from Stornoway airport.

Flybe/Loganair and HIA operate to and from Benbecula airport.

HIA and Flybe/Loganair operate to and from Barra airport.

By Ferry

You can get to South Uist by ferry from Mallaig, which arrives at Lochboisdale. This crossing takes 3 hours 30 minutes. Vehicle reservations are recommended.

Vehicle ferry from Skye to North Uist:
A ferry runs from Uig on Skye to Lochmaddy on North Uist and takes 1 hour 40 minutes.

Vehicle ferry from Harris to North Uist:
It sails from the village of Leverburgh on the southern coast of Harris to the island of Berneray which is linked by a causeway to North Uist.  Journey time: 1 hour.

Sound of Barra Ferry:

The island of Eriskay is now linked to South Uist by a causeway. A new service by Caledonian Macbrayne operates a small vehicle ferry on the 40-minute crossing between Eriskay and Barra. Daily sailings.

For all ferry timetables and routes please check with Cal Mac Ferries and do book if you don’t want to be disappointed.