Spacious, comfortable home, close to ferry, bus and town centre with views across the harbour and out to sea
Artworks on view and for sale
Guided walks for guests
Travel and visiting advice available
Self Catering on Outer Hebrides
Feel the sand between your toes, the wind in your hair and a renewed spirit in your soul. Find your island paradise in the Outer Hebrides.
In such a beautiful place, it’s easy to find a dreamy place to stay. Have a look at our holiday cottages in the Outer Hebrides, from a family home by the shore on Barra (where the airport runway is a beach) to a magnificent sporting lodge on Lewis in one of most sublime settings you’ll ever see.
Relax and enjoy the magic of our fully restored and modernised 18th century farmhouse on the West Coast of Lewis overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy tranquility, candlelit dinners, good home cooking using home grown and local produce.
Outstanding sea views, quality of light & air, wildlife in abundance all set in a traditional Western Isles community.
Also, our separate, cosy 4 star Hostel is ideal accommodation for the more adventurous among you sleeping up to 8 with self catering facilities and 2 shower rooms.
Escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life with LHH Scotland’s Outer Hebrides cottages and holiday houses. View our range of hand-picked holiday houses in the Outer Hebrides to find out more...
The Loch Erisort Inn, on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides (or the Western Isles, as they are sometimes called) is situated midway between Stornoway and Tarbert, about 1.5 miles along the B8060 at Balallan, in the Pairc area of South Lochs.
Surrounded by croft land and with views over Loch Erisort, the Inn occupies a peaceful and tranquil setting, and is ideally situated for exploring both Harris and Lewis.
Amidst turquoise sea, white sand, dramatic mountains and shimmering lochs, Uig Lodge is set in one of the most spectacular positions in Scotland, overlooking the magnificent Uig Bay on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis.
Other than a short spell as a hotel, Uig Lodge has remained a private house. Since 1981 it has been owned and loved by the Green family, who let it to parties looking for a unique and unforgettable Scottish holiday. Originally only let in the fishing season from May to October, the lodge is now available for hire throughout the year, including Christmas and New Year.