Croft Garden Cottage is a traditional 19th century croft house offering stylish self-catering holiday accommodation on the north west coast of South Uist in the beautiful Outer Hebrides. Just for two, it is a quiet haven for relaxing escapes and romantic interludes.
Croft Garden Cottage is a holiday retreat where quality and attention to detail are the key elements in creating the ultimate holiday experience in an outstanding natural environment. The cottage has been refurbished to a high standard to provide modern facilities and furnished with care in a natural style of understated luxury.
The special finishing touches, from oriental rugs and Harris tweed throws to crisp cotton robes, a welcoming tea tray and a bunch of fresh herbs will help to make your holiday a very special experience
Whether you wish to curl up with a good book, listen to music or just sit and watch the sea the open-plan living area is comfortable and tranquil. A large window overlooks the garden and the sea beyond making the cosy window seat perfect for bird watching or dreaming. The wood burning stove for cooler evenings and central heating throughout the cottage ensure that you will be warm whatever the weather.
The modern kitchen is fully equipped with all the essentials for either convenience or gastronomy. You will find everything from egg cups to casserole dishes and French coffee cups to champagne flutes.
Whether a night owl or morning lark, you will find repose in the large airy bedroom and sleep well on fine linen sheets under duvets filled with pure silk. The bathroom has a contemporary minimalist style with a walk-in-shower, hand basin and toilet. Naturally there are thick towels and aromatic Scottish toiletries
The walled cottage garden is a secluded retreat with a panoramic sea view. Lean on the garden wall and your gaze will be drawn to the Monach Isles, beyond to St. Kilda, then to Mingulay and Barra in the south. Linger in the garden, seduced by the songs of the seals and the murmur of the waves or enjoy beachcombing on our quiet beach. From otters to orchids, seals to sea eagles and corncrakes to corn marigolds, these