Self catering cottage rental accommodation
on the island of North Uist, Outer Hebrides
West Coast Scotland
This is an ideal place for a relaxing and peaceful holiday. North Uist is renowned for its miles and miles of beautiful beaches bordered by machair sea grasses, hundreds of lochs (ideal for trout fishing) deserted moorland and hills, natural wildlife habitats, and a wealth of prehistoric remains.
Park Cottage is a comfortable self catering holiday cottage rental in the village of Sollas, about 15 minutes drive from the ferry terminal at Lochmaddy.
The cottage is very well equipped and has a spacious garden to the front and parking to the rear. It is a 3 minute walk to the local shop, and an easy walk to all Sollas beaches.
- Sleeps 6
- 2 Double bedrooms
- 1 Twin bedroom
- Beds have duvets and bed linen is supplied
- Bathroom with shower
- Living room with electric fire TV, VCR, and stereo
- Kitchen, with gas cooker, microwave, washing machine, fridge-freezer
- Oil central heating
- Heating and lighting included in price
How to get to North Uist:
Park Cottage is accessible by car and passenger ferry from Uig on the Isle of Skye, or you can take a ferry from other places on mainland Scotland to other parts of the Outer Hebrides (see map below). For ferry timetables and prices see Caledonian MacBrayne:
Altematively you can fly from Glasgow to Benbecula which is linked by causeway to North Uist. Contact British Airways for flights. There is a regular bus service around the island except Sundays.
from £350 per week
The rental period is Saturday to Saturday
A non-refundable deposit of £60 is required to secure a booking, and the balance must be paid 4 weeks before the start of the holiday.
Towels and bedlinen included in the price.
The cottage should be vacated by 11am on the morning of the departure. Arrivals are usually at 4pm.
To enquire or to book:
Joan and Angus Maclean
North Uist, HS6 5BU
Tel: 01876 560205
or from outside the UK:
Tel: 44 1876 560205
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