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Located in Maraig in the Isle of Harris region, Lochedge Lodge features a terrace and sea views. Guests have access to free WiFi. The lodge is fitted with a satellite flat-screen TV. Lochedge Lodge is a great place to stay on the Western Isles, it is located in a very quit area and offers wonderful views on the Loch and the mountains. From there it is easy to explore Lewis and Harris by car or simply enjoy long walks on paths from the door step. Lochedge Lodge is a really clean, comfortable and well equipped accommodation. We received a warm welcome from Julia and David, they are both very friendly and helped us in a difficult situation (many thanks for that, once again). We had a lovely and relaxing stay at Lochedge Lodge and would definitely recommend it.
This peaceful guest house has beautiful views over Loch Kindebig and is 5 minutes from Tarbet Ferry Terminal. It offers free Wi-Fi and breakfasts made with local produce. The special Muesli dish was spectecular - do not miss that! A bonus Whisky @ my room I enjoyed a lot!
Fisherman's Hut is set in Tarbert and offers a garden and barbecue facilities. The Fisherman’s hut was clean, modern and comfortable. It had everything we needed for the week and is situated on its own plot of land away from other properties so is completely peaceful and private.
Riverside is an apartment located less than 5 km from Tarbert. The property has sea views. The apartment includes 2 bedrooms, a kitchen with a dishwasher and an oven, as well as a coffee machine. What a pleasant surprise. A little home away from home - neat, tidy, plenty of room - and a great view out the lounge window. A short drive from anywhere on Harris and all its attractions.
Located in Manish in the Isle of Harris region, George's House - 1 Leacklee has a garden. It features sea views and free WiFi. Marion, our housekeeper, was incredible. My daughter left some luggage at George’s and Marion went considerably out of her way to return it to her immediately. We are very grateful! The house itself is very cozy and Harris is simply spectacular
I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel to anyone, costs a bit more than usual but all worth it. Never stayed in a castle before. Food, staff were excellent. Very comfortable accommodation with beautiful scenery all around.
The Castle is a special place to stay, enjoyed afternoon tea in the drawing room. Meals were served on a long dining table and all the guests eat together which is a nice way to pet to know the other guests who are staying there My husband went fishing on the estate and I took a drive 5 miles up the road to a lovely beach
The road to the castle is very narrow and winding. However the location when finally reached is spectacular. This is a stately home and you will dine with others at a large table and our room did not have an ensuite bathroom - ours was just along the corridor. Beautiful walk to a white sandy beach but very little else nearby. An unusual but enjoyable experience.
A traditional castle in a wonderful Lochside location. Tastefully decorated with some exceptional art. Interaction with other guests in encouraged and indeed essential over communal breakfast and dinner. Both high quality. Rooms and bathrooms inevitably vary in size but I saw 3 and they were all very comfortable. Access is down a very long narrow road. It has passing places but it is remote and some may not want this. We all thought it was wonderful.
The shower in our room provided hot water for only 3 minutes which didn’t allow both my fiancé and I to have hot showers. We reported this to the staff on the evening of our stay. She said she’d look into it. The same issue happened the next day. On departure we reported this to the estate manager (Mr Morrison). He denied any issue stating he would know about it if there was a problem. Despite having reported this to his staff the previous day he offered no apology, and went further to insinuate we were making the problem up. We added that the only other guests in the castle had reported similar problems over breakfast. Again this fell on deaf ears. A very odd attitude to customer service. Paying over £370 for a one-night stay, hot water is expected. An accusation of lying from Management is not. This soured an otherwise pleasant stay. Despite 9 of the 12 rooms in the castle being empty, we were charged for an upgrade from a twin to a double room. We didn’t mind paying for the upgrade, however the attitude of Mr Morrison was probably the worst experience I have witnessed in hospitality. The castle has so much potential and I can’t understand why it was almost empty on a bank holiday weekend. Maybe the management’s approach to marketing is the same as their customer service - woeful.
Beautiful castle inside and the grounds. Location remote but well worth the journey. Staff were so helpful and friendly. The castle definitely had a family feel for all in residence. A must if you love fishing, hunting or shooting. Gorgeous scenery which can be accessed on foot, bicycles or by car. We loved the meal times where all guests sit down together to dine, very entertaining way to spend your evening and many new friends were made. The food was outstanding and all tastes catered for. We can't wait to go back.