Our Favourite Beach Walks
Moments away from us you'll find Hosta Beach, across the machair a beautiful white sandy beach, miles of walking along this coastline. Great place for storm watching too with huge swells that roll off the Atlantic!
Balranald Nature Reserve
Almost on our doorstep, Balranald Nature Reserve a wildlife heaven. A key site in the Corncrake recovery program and other important breeding birds. Fantastic walking and white sandy beaches. Great little cafe there in the season too run by the campsite.
Views as far as the eye can see! This stunning location offers fabulous walking or just admiring that view. Great location for machair flowers in the season. For great walking info head to Walk Highlands for extra information.
*Image Clachan Sands, North Uist by Carla Regler
Best views of the island?...
St Kilda Viewpoint, here you'll see for miles!
Outdoor Bookable Activities
We are very lucky to have some great activities so close,
be sure to book ahead as they all get very busy in peak season!
Bike hire services right here in North Uist, they can drop off the bikes ready for you to go exploring. Get in touch with them direct
Places To Eat...
The Wee Cottage Kitchen - Takeaway
Newly opened, a great takeaway lunchtime stopover over looking the stunning Vallay Island. (15 mins drive)
Just down the road you'll find the Hebridean Smokehouse, perfect for gifts & takeaway smoked foods. (10 mins drive)
Day Trip Ideas...
Take A Trip To Isle Of South Uist & Eriskay
Head south through Uist and you will encounter plenty more stunning beaches, impressive mountains and landscapes. Explore the RSPB Nature Reserve at Loch Druidibeag, walk the boardwalk and see the Shetland Ponies that graze freely. Head further south across the causeways to the Isle of Eriskay, home of Whiskey Galore & The Eriskay Ponies.