A number of venues throughout the islands promote traditional music and culture and during the year a variety of festivals and concerts are held.
The long daylight hours of summer make the Outer Hebrides a paradise for the artist or photographer with the ever changing light and an early morning walk can provide an opportunity to see the elusive Otter or some other shy wildlife.
Our beautiful, but quiet beaches are ideal for a romantic stroll or a more energetic kite flying or surfing trip.
Hamarsay House is an attractive 4 bedroomed bungalow on a 9 acre croft in Aird na Cille on the beautiful Island of Scalpay, located off the Isle of Harris and only a ten minute drive from Tarbert Ferry Terminal. It has a 4 star Visit Scotland award. Free and unrestricted use of the croft land is yours to enjoy.
- Sleeps 6 persons
- Unique surroundings
- Situated in 12 acres
- Seals/otters can be viewed regularly
- Wonderful panoramic views