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Glorig Croft House

House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 7

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 1 km
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car advised
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden

Glorig Croft House is in the spectacular setting of Bedersaig, less than one mile from Husinish Beach (voted best beach in the UK by the Guardian newspaper!) on the north west Atlantic coast of the Isle of Harris. Travel along the dramatic 13 mile single track road, passing the front door of Amhuinnsuidhe Castle and Bay, and enjoy the breathtaking views over to Taransay and the beaches of South Harris. Golden beaches, sea lochs, hill and peninsula walks are all within a 10 minute stroll. The sea views, cosy conservatory, garden river, open peat fire and original tongue and groove interiors all help ensure a memorable stay.

Bright and spacious with 4 bedrooms, bathroom, toilet and shower room, Glorig Croft House can comfortably accommodate up to 7 guests. Enjoy spending your days beach combing, surfing, fishing, walking or just sitting on a rock reading your favourite novel, then relax in the large conservatory with outstanding views over the Atlantic. A truly 'get away from it all' holiday!

Size Sleeps up to 7, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Husinish 1 km
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 20 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Stornoway 80 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (3), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 7, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ, Private fishing lake or river
Access Parking
Further details indoors

For your comfort and convenience, Glorig Croft House features storage and electric heaters, an electric water heater and a telephone with honesty box.

The lounge has an open fire with kindling, coal and peat supplied. There are also a selection of books, DVD's, CDs, and games.

The dining kitchen is fully fitted with all modern appliances. There are a full range of kitchen utensils, dishtowels, dishcloths, kitchen roll, washing up liquid, dishwasher consumables, washing powder and fabric softener. There is also a selection of herbs, vegetable and olive oil, flour, basic condiments, tea, coffee, sugar, foil and cling film.

The utility room features a washing machine and tumble dryer, dishwasher, large freezer, shower, clothes horse, ironing board and iron and a boot storage area.

The bathroom and toilet include towels and face towels, hand wash at all sinks, all cleaning materials and toilet rolls. There are also 2 hairdryers.

There are 2 double bedrooms, 1 twin room and 1 single room. All sheets and bedding are included and there are electric blankets on double beds and hot water bottles for the single beds.

Further details outdoors

Outside there is ample parking, a BBQ, charcoal & picnic items. Guests also have the use of binoculars, walking sticks, beach towels and toys and children’s boogie boards and various sized wetsuits are available on request.

Please note that there is a small, bridged river, approximately one foot deep, running through the grounds of the property. This is an attractive feature that will give adults much pleasure. It also gives children and pets the opportunity for hours of fun, however, they should always be supervised when playing near this feature.

Further details

Prices include electricity, linen, towels, peat, kindling and coal.

Due to the peaceful and tranquil location, there is no mobile phone reception from the house, however you can get reception if you walk to the nearest beach at Husinish. There is a phone with an honesty box in the house for your use.

Leaflets giving information about many of the local visitor attractions can be found in the living room.

As it is 30 minutes drive to the nearest shop, it is advisable to stock up on everyday groceries before arriving.

Sundays on the Isle of Harris are still very much a 'day of rest' with most shops and tourist attractions not opening, however the local hotels and restaurants will be open to serve meals.

The Hebrides/Skye region

Often referred to as The Isle of Harris, Harris is the southern part of the island of Lewis and Harris, the largest of the Outer Hebrides.

The ferry port of Tarbert is the capital village and is home to a range of restaurants and small shops. It naturally divides Harris into the largely unspoilt, mountainous north - a magnet for hillwalkers - and the more populated south with its numerous villages and sweeping white sandy beaches. Those at Husinish, Luskentyre and Scarista are often regarded as being the most spectacular.

And the locals - known as the Hearach – are as justifiably proud of their Gaelic heritage as they are of their stunning landscape.

Home to a distinct, spiritual and lively culture, these safe and friendly Hebridean communities enjoy a more relaxed pace of life and extend a warm welcome to all who visit them.

Harris and the nearby islands of North and South Uist, Benbecula and Barra offer a wide range of traditional cultural events and visitors often find themselves joining in with the local highland games, agricultural shows, ceilidhs and hogmanay celebrations.

This unique Hebridean culture is founded on strong religious beliefs and Sunday - the Sabbath - remains a special day on Harris. It’s a day where you can relax, reflect and spend precious, unhurried time on your own or with those who are closest to you.

The Isle of Harris really is a truly special destination.

Isle of Harris

White sandy beaches, spectacular scenery and warm Gaelic communities. Fascinating wildlife and challenging outdoor activities in the backdrop of an unspoilt wilderness.

And not forgetting some of the freshest seafood in the world.

Explore Harris on foot, by car or by public transport and you’re sure to find exactly what you are looking for.

From the Clisham Ridge to the less challenging 25 mile Harris Walkway, Harris offers a variety of walking routes for all levels and the fishing opportunities are endless in the clear coastal waters and lochs.

Visitors are welcome at the Harris Golf Club – a nine hole links course with stunning views over the Atlantic and whatever your religious beliefs or denomination, you’ll find a warm welcome at the many Presbyterian churches on the island. There's also a regular bus service between Tarbert and Husinish Beach every day - just ask at the Tourist Information Office in Tarbert for more information.

We can’t list all the attractions and activities that our island has to offer but here are a few that we think you should certainly consider ...

Sea Harris is a well established local tour company specialising in scheduled and chartered boat trips to the fascinating world heritage site, St Kilda, and other nearby islands. If you have the time, we would highly recommend this chance of a lifetime to see how the St Kildans lived a century ago.

The Seallam! Visitor Centre in Northton is an interesting collection of art, music, books and exhibitions and a chance to discover your Highland ancestry.

The North Harris Trust is a community organisation and charity that develops and safeguards the rich natural and culture heritage of Harris. Over the past decade they have repaired and extended many of the beautiful hill, beach and mountain paths and you can also join them on various eagle, seal and general wildlife walking tours.

One of the most remote and ancient monuments in Europe, the Standing Stones at Calanais in Lewis attract tens of thousands of visitors every year – fascinating, spiritual and awe-inspiring.

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4 May 2014

4/5

"Traditional House, well suited to large families or respectful groups."

We booked this for a 40th Birthday celebration with other childless friends. Harris does not have a signficant number of larger rental properties, and this property shone above all the others during o… More

8 Sep 2013

5/5

"Magical!"

We stayed as two families at the house (8 of us!), but it didn't feel cramped. What an amazing house and location. You felt so remote and far from anywhere yet the house was equipped with everyth… More

10 Jun 2013

5/5

"Probably our best ever holiday - a perfect place!"

My family of 5 (including 2 boys, ages 6 & 8 a dog & a grandparent) had a fantastic week at Glorig Croft. We were lucky with the weather and spent our days down on the beautiful beach or going for lon… More

18 May 2013

5/5

"An unforgettable family holiday. The happiest of times in a stunningly beautiiful place"

We have holidayed for several years in the Western Isles, very happily. But this was the holiday to beat them all. Beadersaig is idyllic, and Glorig cottage is a wonderful place to stay - immaculate, … More

1 Oct 2012

5/5

"Fantastic family holiday!"

We stayed in the delightful cottage for a week following our wedding in August. The whole experience was well worth the drive... Fantastic drive to the cottage, idyllic location right by a beautiful b… More

18 Sep 2012

5/5

"A wonderful, well equipped cottage in a stunning location"

Excellent communication from the owner, the property and facilities were as described with useful additional information. (You do need to remember to stock up on provisions as it is half an hour to th… More

15 Sep 2012

5/5

"An amazing haven of peace and tranquilty with spectacular scenery."

We travelled to Glorig house along the spectacular road to Beadersaig, what an experience, the scenery is breathtaking and a route not to be forgotten. On arriving at Glorig house we were delighted t… More

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Calendar last updated:07 Sep 2014

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