11. Some in extension, 1 suitable for disabled.
lounge, bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 11-acre garden in 200-acre grounds.
in public rooms.
all ages welcomed.
not in restaurant.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
 per room B&B single £80–£115, double £95–£155, family room £120–£175. À la carte £38, bar meals £12.
Good Hotel Guide Review
A ‘cosy spot’ in a remote position overlooking Langass sea loch, Amanda and Niall Leveson Gower’s family-friendly former sporting lodge is ideal for guests in search of fresh air and ‘magnificent scenery’. This corner of North Uist, in the Outer Hebrides, is ‘a paradise for wildlife’; the ‘friendly hosts’ are helpful with suggesting walks and providing maps. Ask for a tumbler of Harris gin in the traditional-feel bar (a wood-burning stove is lit here in cool weather); from the ‘light, comfy, conservatory-like sitting room’, take in the panorama across the water to the peak of Ben Eaval. In the main building and a modern extension reached via a covered walkway, ‘lovely’ bedrooms are made homely with smart tartan cushions, rugs on wooden floors, and ‘extra-fancy throws’ on the bed. (Two spacious rooms accommodate a family.) Dinner brings a ‘fabulous’ menu rich in local game, fish and shellfish, accompanied by vegetables and herbs from the garden. ‘The local hand-dived scallops are particularly good.’ There’s plenty of diversion for active sorts: fishing, cycling, kayaking; otter walks to the edge of the loch. (Philip Bright, and others)