Photo gallery

Glenview Cottage - Sits neatly on a bluff with a commanding view over the village and beyond.

Glenview overlooks the setting for filming 23 episodes of the Katie Morag's famous story books.

Glenview Cottage - This view of Loch a' Bhaile, taken from the decking at the cottage

Taken from the top of Beannan, one of the highest points in Tolsta - Glenview is clearly marked.

Your immaculately designed en-suite

Dailmor - Single bedroom

An taigh beag - the main bathroom with electric shower over the bath

The Kitchen, complete with integrated Fridge/Freezer, Washing Machine and Dishwasher

Many Scottish recipe books in the Glenview kitchen, this recipe is one for the pot!!

A beautiful village, cuddled around the freshwater Loch a' Bhaile with reeds, swans, ducks &

Dail Mor - absolutely stunning, within easy reach. Lewis & Harris renowned for great beaches.

Siabost - Sunset over the beach at Shawbost, is safe and beautiful, perfect for young families

Built for a 19th century opium trader, this castle is being converted to a museum and hotel

Glenview sunset - taken from the cottage decking -October 2013 - 18.30hrs

Calanais - your immaculate double bedroom with elegant pine furniture and ample wardrobe space.

You will see many of those - especially in Tolsta, - Lewis lamb and mutton to die for.

Siabost - Master bedroom complete with an immaculate en-suite with saniflow system.

The famous Standing Stones of Callanish - Tolsta is at the heart of the West Side Historical Trail.

Taken from Clisham Lounge through to the Snug Lounge, also boasting double patio door to decking.

A view of the Snug through to Clisham Lounge. Sherlock chairs with matching footstool, luxurious.

The Snug complete with Charnwood Country 4 multi fuel stove. You can use peat, coal and logs.

Clisham Lounge - Conservatory with stunning views over the village. All the seating are recliners.

Dining in Conservatory, or one can move to the decking area, ample room for eating out in evenings

Blackhouse Village at Garenin, houses were occupied until early 1970, (Chris Murray, Sty)