Our accommodation nestles close to the sheltered inlet of Port Eisgein, on former crofted land, with a unique, isolated clifftop location, completely free from passing traffic – close to the distinctive promontory of Renish Point, which forms the southernmost tip of Harris.
On a clear day, the site commands uninterupted views from Skye across the mountainous spine of the Uists, to Berneray, Killegray, Ensay and Pabbay beyond. In addition, the crystal clear waters are punctuated by hundreds of small islets – a truly pristine marine environment.
The houses offer an unrivalled vantage point, overlooking the Sound, which links the Minch to the open Atlantic.
Standing in the living area, the view is truly breathtaking and ever changing. On a calm summer day, with a gentle northerly breeze, the Sound can be a still as a millpond – a good time to relax and watch the rise and fall of the tide in Port Eisgein.
In winter, it’s comforting to be cocooned indoors, watching a south westerly gale drive waves crashing over the rocks below. Clear winter nights bring the Milky Way into sharp relief, with the chance of viewing the Aurora, flickering over the hills to the north.
Whether you are new to the Hebrides or a regular traveller to the islands, we look forward to welcoming you.
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How to find us.
The accommodation is in the south of the Isle of Harris, approximately 25 miles from Tarbert and 60 miles from Stornoway (please see map for details).
Loganair operate flights daily from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness to Stornoway, with connections from other UK and international destinations.
Caledonian MacBrayne (Calmac) provide sailings from Berneray (3 or 4 daily) to Leverburgh (approx. 1 hour). Sailings from Uig (Skye) to Tarbert (1 or 2 daily, approx. 1 hour 40 minutes).