Meet some of our lovely suppliers!
The beautiful mugs and coasters in our bedrooms are the product of Creature Candy. This delightful homeware company donates 10% of each sale to one of 11 conservation charities and one children’s charity. With fabulous wildlife designs and endorsements from the likes of Chris Packham, Lorraine Kelly, Mark Carwardine and Countryfile presenter Ellie Harrison, their website is definitely worth a visit!
Did you enjoy smoked salmon & scrambled eggs for breakfast? It comes from our friends on North Uist, the Hebridean Smokehouse. TV’s Prue Leith has described their salmon as the best in the world. A previous guest here told us he’d been spoilt for life after trying it for breakfast. You can order for home delivery online, or why not call in to their lovely shop, which hosts a range of local, and not-so-local, gifts and produce.
The intriguing triptic of art in our main hallway is by local artist Cally Yeatman. Based on North Uist, Cally works with watercolours, peat and ink to create her astonishing works. View more of her art in her online shop.
The landscape images of Hebridean homes and beaches, found in the dining room and some bedrooms, are by Scottish artist Ron Lawson. Prints and originals can be ordered direct from his website or from John Lewis, amongst other outlets.
Joe Macfarlane Art - Isle of Barra poster
The evocative image of the Isle of Barra airport in our breakfast room, and some of the prints in our bedrooms, are by Scottish artist Joe Macfarlane. Based on the mainland (well, someone has to be!), Joe creates vibrant modern landscapes inspired by the Scottish outdoors. Unfortunately Joe's online shop has recently closed - we'll provide a link here if it reappears!
Let this booklet guide you as you drive from south to north through our islands. Written by Rupert and published at the request of previous guests, you can order yours from Amazon here.