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In the heart of the Hebrides, this boutique-style hotel offers individually designed bedrooms all with a private bathroom, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, tea/coffee and DVD players. This was a great place to stay in Tarbert. The rooms are clean and comfortable. Breakfast was great. Big shout out to the gentleman on front desk who went above and beyond in ensuring I had the best stay, I think his name was Angus. All the staff were lovely though.
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 all atmosphere, you are feeling at home in a way your are always dreaming how your house should look.
Offering free WiFi and a garden, Kirklea Island Suites is located in Tarbert. Stornoway is 36 miles from the property. Free private parking is available on site. All 4 members of our family very much enjoyed the suite and our stay. The welcome package was much appreciated. The suite is modern, comfy, cosy and very well equiped (but not poch or ostentations). The bar and restaurant nearby from the hotel is also worth recommending. Last but not least the staff was nice and welcoming.
Featuring a hot tub, The Sheiling is located in Tarbert. This self-catered villa features a garden and free private parking. The standard of fixtures and fittings was very good and well laid out. The owner was very good at supplying initial information prior to travel and support when required by telephone/text during stay. Nice welcome pack and additional help from local staff. Supply of coffee for coffee machine was nice touch (although milk frother is missing tube for white coffee). Good selection of wines in honesty wine rack.
Riverside is an apartment located less than 3.1 mi 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. Very well equipped. We were cycling and had everything we needed.
Old Pier Cottage Tarbert is located in Tarbert and offers a garden and barbecue facilities. This cottage is so charming, with traditional features and lovely little personal touches throughout. We particularly appreciated the generous welcome pack, Prosecco, goodies and even dog treats for our pup. Yvonne was on hand (phone contact) when we needed some advice and we just felt very welcome and comfortable at Old Pier Cottage. The kitchen is really well stocked with all utensils, pans, crockery and even wee extras provided (a jar with dishwasher tablets, fairy liquid, cloths etc) these little things really do save us money when on holiday! My wife particularly loved the wood burning stoves. Brilliant location, we honestly can’t wait to come back and will book a longer stay next time.
A great base for touring Harris and even Lewis. Wild amazing scenery great for photography, saw wildlife- seals, sea lions, stags, shags, eagles, hawks and not so wild sheep, highland cattle and rabbits. The island ‘opens’ from April, outside of Stornoway (on Lewis) only a couple of cafes open drove 6 hrs around south Harris- stunning but nothing open only churches and some toilets! Nothing open on Sundays except churches, 2 hotels open in Tarbert but not the pub side in Harris Hotel but drinks available in the restaurant bar.
The largest settlement in Harris and perfectly located for touring both South and North Harris. Good range of small stores and a petrol station. It has two hotels and a number of B&B establishments. The hotels have bars, restaurants and both offer bar meals, and there are a couple of fast food outlets. The village has the new Isle of Harris Distillery offering tours, and the famous Harris Tweed outlet. It’s a ferry terminal with a connection to the Isle of Skye.
Wow! where do I start, the whole place was great, everyone on the Island were really friendly, Dunarain guest house was our choice of stay and have given a 5* review, did a total of 270 miles all around Harris, Stornaway, Butt of Harris, south Harris, and a trip down the Golden Road is a must for any visitor, we will defiantly visit Harris again and allow more time as we only stayed three nights
We were holidaying in November and a lot of Tarbert (and the rest of the island) was closed. If you are self catering there are two small grocery stores but you might need to travel to Stornoway for a larger shop. The surrounding area - 3 miles south where we were staying was lovely with beautiful views.
Book if you want to go out to eat. Remember to wear a face mask when shopping. Local people very friendly and helpful. Drive careful and be respectful of passing places and other drivers. Some businesses still closed due to Covid.
sorry to have to say this but we had been really looking forward to are holiday on the isle of Harris but tarbert has nothing to offer only two tweed shops a distillery two hotels and an all in post office Harris has nothing to offer tourists apart from what are spectacular beeches but if you go thinking you will find lots to and see and do you will be bitterly disappointed it didn't meet are expectations .
The staff were very friendly and welcoming and we felt very at home during our stay. The beds were very comfy and the shower was excellent! Our ferry arrived late and they kept a table for us in the restaurant. Later on there was live music in the bar which was a fantastic experience. Really enjoyed our short stay and would definitely recommend for anyone looking for a base to explore Tarbert. Fantastic customer service from everyone we met.
The clean, comfortable and luxurious surroundings were complimented by very attentive and friendly service provided by business owners John and Marlene. Each breakfast was beautifully prepared providing the most healthy and delicious home cooked food. The accommodation provided the desired privacy but help was readily available if required. The location offered excellent views and only a short walk from Tarbert.
Loved the elevated position allowing a view of the harbour …or it will when they finish building it! Portree is an excellent base to explore Harris and Lewis and very convenient for the ferry. Food in the hotel was good and staff friendly. The apartment was very well equipped and beautifully decorated.
Excellent attention to details; this superb place had more facilities then most 5 star hotels. Both Dave and Jane were very welcoming, I suspect it’s not just an bnb they run- it’s their passion.
Lochside location, quiet, great views but not too far from Tarbert, local shops and services.