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Offering lake views, Dunarain Bed & Breakfast in Tarbert offers accommodations, a shared lounge, a garden and a terrace. The bed and breakfast features both WiFi and private parking free of charge. We stayed at Dunarain in June 2020 and received a very warm welcome from our hosts, including a dram of whiskey and homemade shortbread on our arrival. The location is absolutely beautiful, with stunning views but also a short distance from Tarbert if you fancy going out for dinner/drinks. We spotted lots of wildlife outside - but our favourite was the host's little dog Tina, who we occasionally spotted outside. The room is lovely with an extremely comfortable bed, lots of natural light, a TV and lots of storage. The bathroom is fantastic with a great shower and lovely local soaps provided. Had the best nights sleep of the trip here! An amazing breakfast is provided, with delicious homemade porridge and the Dunarain special (granola and fruit) to start, followed by Bento boxes full of cheese, fruit, bread, fish/meat and muffins - lots of which is homemade. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and found our hosts to be really welcoming, and would recommend this B&B to all of our friends.
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. Everything! Outstanding in every respect. We have never stayed anywhere quite like this. Every need considered, nothing is too much effort and all done with such wonderful, hospitable ease.
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.
Offering free WiFi and garden views, The Sheiling is an accommodations set in Tarbert. This villa has a garden and free private parking. We loved our stay at The Sheiling! The cottage was very well equipped for our family break and spotlessly clean. Marc was great to deal with and we can't wait to book our next stay :)
SOLACE COTTAGE is located in Bunaveneadar. This holiday home has a garden and free private parking. Solace cottage was more than we could ever imagine, absolutely spotless, very well equipped for our self catering week, great to have private parking. The view is stunning and the surrounding areas are beautiful, it was a shame the weather wasn’t better but it didn’t spoil our enjoyment. We found a little pub attached to the Harris Hotel 5 minutes away that served pizzas plus tv’s showing the football. We had THE most wonderful holiday here celebrating our 46th wedding anniversary. The basket of goodies was such a wonderful touch and very much appreciated. Thank you.
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 .
Good base to explore Harris and Lewis. Ceol Na Mara was less than 5 mins from the ferry port and from the distillery 😉. Be mindful that most places are closed on a Sunday but David and Jane gave recommendations on where to go.
A small town with a couple of hotels with good restaurants. A Harris tweed shop and a distillery make interesting shopping. Location of the ferry to and from Skye. Large car park but gets full quickly especially at night.
The people are very friendly. The sea trips are well worth it - went to Shiant Islands. Fine dining at bistro at Scalpay good experience. The Temple Café near Scarista visitor centre quirky and interesting. Scenery is something else, just great. Give yourselves plenty of time to enjoy and appreciate what is there.
Friendly little town in a great location. I'd definitely recommend having a car to explore. When I was there they were holding a craft fair in the community centre and it really was local people selling their own crafts of extraordinary high quality. There is a Harris Tweed gift shop linked to a store simply selling Harris Tweed fabric. I wanted a table runner and place mats - they didn't have any in colours I wanted so they asked me to pick a fabric from their stock and happily made them while I waited. There are also shops for the locals which will provide you with supplies (reasonable choice, but don't expect a supermarket!) if you are self-catering. I had dinner at both the local hotels and was delighted with the fresh, local produce and what they did with it. Seafood can definitely be recommended. I also popped into the Isle of Harris distillery for a bottle of the local gin to bring home. I drove over to the nearby island of Scalpay and followed the path to the lighthouse, I drove part of the Golden Road, I drove to a gorgeous beach and went for a long walk along the water's edge, and Leverburgh is only about half an hour away for a boat trip over to St Kilda.
Everything! Outstanding in every respect. We have never stayed anywhere quite like this. Every need considered, nothing is too much effort and all done with such wonderful, hospitable ease.