6. 3 in annexe.
drawing room, library, 2 dining rooms, free Wi-Fi in most bedrooms and all public areas, wedding facilities, 1-acre garden, unsuitable for disabled.
all ages welcomed (early supper provided for young children).
allowed by arrangement.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
 per room B&B single £153–£165, double £218–£233. Set dinner £45–£52.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘It’s a spectacular drive’ to this whitewashed manse in an ‘extraordinary setting’ on the west coast of Harris. Owned by Neil King and Patricia and Tim Martin, this is ‘a splendid small establishment’, say Guide inspectors in 2017. ‘Patricia greeted us in cheffing togs with a friendly smile; after we’d settled in, we were given a decadent tea – fresh home-baking, home-made jam.’ The house has a ‘lived-in feel’, with ‘squashy sofas and stuffed bookcases’; bedrooms are in the main building and Glebe House, across the rear garden. ‘We would have preferred to be in the main house, but our large room in the converted outbuilding was comfy enough. We had a soft bed and a good hospitality tray (despite the instant coffee); a glorious, high-ceilinged bathroom; a delightful anteroom for soaking in the sunset.’ Evenings, the hostess cooks a no-choice menu (dietary needs are ‘imaginatively accommodated’ with advance notice). ‘Dinner was a winner: we started with beautiful canapés; a flavourful soufflé followed, then Stornoway cod with a delicious pea, fennel and coriander purée.’ ‘Tasty breakfasts, too.’
Good Food Guide recommended tapas restaurant.