NORTH UIST SELF CATERING ACCOMMODATION: TWO SELF CATERING HOLIDAY HOMES
OVERLOOKING THE SOUND OF HARRIS, ON THE HEBRIDEAN ISLAND OF NORTH UIST

Self Catering North Uist
Photo of bird: Ringed Plover
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Taigh Bàthach

Taigh Bàthach is a new property completed in May 2013. It has been built on the site of the old cow byre to a very high standard and sits beneath a rocky outcrop overlooking the sea. It has been designed with particular attention to detail and functionality, comprising of a large double bedroom, bathroom, open plan kitchen/dining/living area with a raised sloping ceiling and exposed truss. The large full-height windows extending the full length of one wall have the stunning views as well as access to the veranda, suitable for al fresco dining, drinks and watching the sunset.

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Features include:

Multi fuel stove.

Limestone flagged floor.

Fitted kitchen complete with fridge, microwave, coffee maker, electric hob and oven

32” TV with Freeview and DVD player in lounge

Modern wall mounted electric gel-heaters throughout.

External veranda overlooking sea with barbeque equipment, patio table and chairs.

Master bedroom has King size bed, large fitted wardrobes, 22” wall mounted TV and DVD, dressing table, cotton linen sheets and fluffy towels provided.

Modern white bathroom suite with flagged floor, tiled walls, heated towel rail, large bath and separate shower enclosure with Mira electric power shower.

Ramp provided to main door for wheelchair and disabled access. Travel cot and high chair available by prior request.

Washing machine installed with iron and board provided.

Visitor information pack is provided. Private Parking.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome.

Smoking not allowed anywhere inside the house.

There is storage close by for bikes, canoes and sporting equipment. It also has inside drying facilities.

Wi-Fi is available.

 

A beautiful and comfortable cottage with stunning views and wildlife from the window

– John and Lynn Fuller Dundee

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The female Otter which was seen regularly throughout the summer is back again!