These Hebridean houses are located in Cliff, a small crofting village in Uig, and just stones throw from one of the white sand beaches that the Islands are famous for. The cottages offer spectacular views out across a timeless landscape, here is a place to relax and witness the ever changing moods of these mysterious Islands. Turquoise waves crashing against white sand, light dances across ancient cliffs whilst rainbows dip below the horizon, as you watch, colours change, calm descends.
Wildflowers paint the *Machair from early spring through the summer, offering a carpet of colour that even the sheep are hard pressed to crop. Sitting quietly outside either cottage it isn't unusual to see Eagles soaring on the air currents, the islands are home to many species of rare birds. Corncrakes are still to be found in Uig, their grating call far removed from the song of the Skylarks that soar high overhead. Rare Sea Eagles are now mating on Lewis and Harris, re-introduced to the UK from Norway these magnificent birds are thought to be the successful result of the breeding programme.
These stunning beach houses provide you with a very comfortable base from where to enjoy everything that the area has to offer, the option of a quiet relaxing retreat, a fun-packed watersports adventure, a real Hebridean experience or a combination of all three.
*Machair is a Gaelic word that describes an extensive low-lying fertile plain. Almost half of all Scottish Machair occurs in the Outer Hebrides and it is one of the rarest habitat types in Europe.