Taigh Iomhair - Shoreside CottageTaigh Iomhair was originally a stone built thatched 'blackhouse'. It first appears on local historical records in 1814, but it is likely it was built in the latter half of the 18th century. The main structure of the house has not changed in over 200 years, but the property was internally refurbished in 2019, including new bathroom, kitchen, flooring and furnishings. The thatched roof was replaced many years ago, but the house still retains a character from a bygone crofting era.
The Wee Wooden Yurt at Caolas Gallery,The Wee Wooden Yurt at Caolas Gallery is a unique amazing space, a green roofed, original wooden round house with picture windows giving an uninterrupted view of the sea across to the Isle of Scalpay and South East Harris. Features include a central dome roof window, separate shower room, a kitchen, comfortable chairs and wood burning stove, and of course a double bed. The property enjoys a southerly aspect with masses of natural light. Is well insulated, warm and cosy
19 Bayhead, Scalpay, Isle of HarrisA warm friendly welcome at this peaceful rural setting. Modern and spacious accommodation. Available for guests is a large king size double bedroom, private bathroom facilities, access to lounge and kitchen area. My home is situated nearby to local amenities, award winning North Harbour Bistro is less than a ten minute walk away. Breakfast is self serve continental- fruit juice, cereals, fresh fruit and yoghurt. Breads. Tea, coffee and speciality teas. Free superfast fibre broadband.