The word 'glamping' does not do justice to how nice our hut was. They are kitted out to the top spec and are incredibly cozy. They have made great use of the space, it was spotlessly clean and the beds were very comfortable. The location of course is stunning, one of the best views from bed I have ever had, a great spot for the sunset too. Most places on the island can be reached fairly easily, Callanish was about a 25 minute in drive away.
We really liked the little touches like the complimentary hamper, the reference books and the binoculars. Having been mostly camping up until this point on our trip the amenities like the fridge and power shower were a real blessing. For food go to the nearby 40 North and also make use of the BBQ hut (stock up in Stornaway). We were made very welcome by Iain and Anne and even bought some wool from their Alpacas.
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We stayed in Heather Hut. Immaculately clean and perfectly equipped with everything you need for a 1st class glamping experience. Lovely Harris Tweed touches, local reading material, locally sourced soaps and shampoos etc. The cabin is so relaxing with no-one to see except the characterful Hebridean sheep. We caught a wee brown trout on the fly in the river below the cabin and saw seals in the bay. Cycled to Ness and back taking in local life and stunning beaches along the way. Did a day trip to Harris for a spectacular contrast in scenery. Cooked fresh large langoustine on the BBQ in the BBQ hut which is a must hire (we hired it for two evenings as we enjoyed it so much, the tranquility and views and warmth). All in all a first class short holiday break for us with the cabins providing for everything we wanted. Thank you very much Anne and Iain. Best wishes.