Situated on the Northwest coast of the Isle of Lewis with stunning views overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.With thick stone walls and sited in a cobbled stone yard,providing peace,shelter and a great nights sleep.A perfect base in the Outer Hebrides for exploring the unspoilt sandy surf beaches,wildlife,history and local Gaelic culture in the district of Ness
Sited within a 40 acre croft with a fledgeling conservation site based on water meadows. The area is ideal for good coastal walking, bird and wildlife, history, archaeology, and a glimpse of heaven on a sunny day. The Ness to Tolsta path - moorland to sandy beaches across the top peninsula of lewis - amazing. There are good surfing beaches within a few miles. Callanish stones, Carloway broch and the westside of lewis are within easy reach
The bunkhouse consists of a single dorm containing six bunks plus 2 settee beds to sleep 8 max, a kitchen/diner and two shower rooms. The bunkhouse is perfect for exclusive use for a group of friends and family. Small but perfectly formed, it is warm and cosy with a lovely feel, perfect to come home to after a perfect day spent exploring our magical part of the island. Located on the A857 20 miles north of Stornoway,and enjoys a regular bus service six days a week, 7am-11pm daily.
From £20.00 per person per night
From £27.00 per person per night