Broad Bay House
“Peace and relaxation in the Outer Hebrides” - AA Inspector
BACK, WESTERN ISLES
- Social distancing and safety measures in place
- Follows government and industry guidelines for COVID-19
- Signed up to the AA COVID Confident Charter
PPE available if required for guests Pinch points - such as our honestly bar has been shut for now and we will offer a bar service instead Guest study shut for now to allow for extra cleaning time in other public spaces.
Broad Bay House is owned and run by Sue and Tom, who share a passion for traveling and exploring. Service, simplicity and style are at their core; when you book a stay here, you’re guaranteed to have an extraordinary experience and will feel the special Broad Bay House hospitality from the moment you walk in the door. 2022 will be Broad Bay House's 16th season welcoming guests to this wonderful chain of islands – this B&B has successfully maintained its reputation as one of the best places to stay in the Outer Hebrides. Purpose-designed and built as a spacious luxury guest house, Broad Bay House is based on a traditional island design, and is equipped and decorated to a high-quality contemporary style. Broad Bay House is just a few miles north of Stornoway in a small working crofting community, and is situated adjacent to a sweeping sandy beach with direct access from the house to the shore.
Facilities – at a glance
- Rooms 4
- Bedrooms ground: 4
- Laundry facilities
- Free TV
- DVD Player
- Open parking
- Accessible bedrooms: 1
- Dinner Served
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About the area
Discover Western Isles
The islands lying to the west of Scotland’s north coast fall into two groups – the Inner and Outer Hebrides.
The islands of the Inner Hebrides, each with its own character and community life, fall into distinct groups and are by far the most visited. Mull, second only to Skye in size, is characterised by mountains and moorland with pockets of more pastoral landscape, small towns, settlements and castles to visit. It provides access to holy Iona and the drama of Staffa and Fingal’s Cave. The low-lying islands of Coll, Tiree, Colonsay and Oronsay lie west of Mull, windswept and remote. To the south lie Islay and Jura, one producing some of Scotland’s finest whiskies, the other home to many more red deer than people.
Lying beyond Skye, the Outer Hebrides are a destination in their own right. They too fall into natural island groups. To the north lie Lewis and Harris, geographically one island, with Lewis, the most densely populated region of the Outer Hebrides, and Harris far more mountainous. From its southern tip, ferries cross to North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist and Eriskay, all linked by causeways. South again, tiny Barra marks the end of the inhabited islands.
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