Bridge House Bed and Breakfast is at the end of the road on the extreme west coast of the Isle of Lewis. We offer cosy ensuite accommodation in our newly built annexe where our two rooms look out onto the magnificent Uig Hills.
Bridge House Bed and Breakfast offers cosy ensuite accommodation in our newly built annexe where our two rooms look out onto the magnificent Uig Hills.
Breakfast is served in the main house, here you can enjoy outstanding views out across the wild Atlantic ocean, gaze across toward the mysterious Flannan Isles (alternatively named, the Seven Hunters). On a clear day look out for the remotest Hebridean Island, magical St. Kilda. Look down the beautiful corrie towards Hushinish on Harris and the now uninhabited Isle of Scarp, famous for its rocket mail.
We have 2 cosy en-suite rooms.
Flannan has a Super King sized bed can be divided if you prefer a twin bedded room.
Kilda has a King Size bed – this room is dog friendly.
Each room has been built to a high comfort standard and has its own lounge, kitchen and dining area. There’s TV, DVD, should you want to view it, and free WiFi is available.
You don’t have to dine out every night, each room has a kitchen area where you can use
2 ring induction hob
all the basic crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils you need.
There is a small collection of local guidebooks and maps.
Transport and Parking
|Flannan||£80 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|St Kilda - King size double||£80 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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