Hebridean Home, Brue, Isle of Lewis
Hebridean Home is a large 4 bedroomed self catering holiday cottage, located on the beautiful Isle of Lewis at Brue. Sleeping up to 10 people, our pet friendly house is the perfect base for those who want a holiday away from the hustle and bustle of life. You will feel the total relaxation and isolation that our house offers you.
We have thoughtfully decorated and furnished the holiday home, ensuring guests have a true cosy retreat to enjoy. The lounge has a wood burning stove, reading corner and stunning views of the moor, ocean and village. The dining room has a large, solid wood, 12 seater dining table made from the reclaimed railway sleepers from St. Pancras station when it was renovated to make room for the EuroStar terminal.
All our bedrooms, our dining room and snug are equipped with digital HD televisions. There is a large bathroom with a walk in shower and slipper bath which also looks out over the ocean and loch.
Outside the property there are 4 distinct garden zones. There is the large lawn suitable for a whole host of your own sports adventures or relaxing in the sun and breathing in the refreshing sea air. There is a fenced area which acts as a sun trap on warm days. It includes a rare example of a Monkey Puzzle tree, our kennels, wood store and the designated smoking area (our property is non-smoking throughout including e-cigarettes). Then there is our vegetable patch. Here we grow our own potatoes, carrots, herbs and rhubarb. Finally there is the old croft. This area, uniquely preserved, has the ruins of old croft buildings that you can explore and also, usually, has a friendly sheep or two that would enjoy a slide of toast in the morning or, their favourite, a donut (plain!).
Lewis is the largest and most populous of the Outer Hebridean islands, with over 6000 residents living in the main port of Stornoway alone. Bursting with world famous archaeological sites, the Island is blessed with 18hrs of summer warmth a day through June and July and bears the full impact of North Atlantic storms during the winter giving the island the best and most consistent surf in Europe. The whole landscape of the island is built for adventure with great sea cliffs to abseil and bays and islands to explore by kayak or boat. The main town of Stornoway surprises most first time visitors as it has all the amenities and industry of a mainland town, as well as a lively and vibrant social scene, especially at the weekends! There are a host of pubs, restaurants and clubs to keep you busy as well as organised events and ceilidhs.
Please visit our website to find out more about our pet friendly holiday home on the Isle of Lewis.
Rates : From £200 per night.
Telephone: 0800 678 5864
Sleeps: 1 to 10