Monty’s Cottage is a traditional Hebridean thatched cottage tucked away in a secluded spot down a private road, on the stunning island of North Uist.
Monty’s Cottage is a traditional Hebridean thatched cottage set in enclosed garden in a secluded spot near Hosts (3.5m) at the northern end of North Uist.
The cottage has been renovated to create a charming hideaway and was named after TV presenter Monty Halls, who stayed there as part of his BBC documentary series. The open plan living area has a multi-fuel stove at its heart and there is a romantic bedroom with king-size bed.
There is a beautiful white sandy beach just 5 minutes’ walk, as well as another at Hosta. The island is known for its fishing and the Balranald RSPB Nature Reserve (5m) has a wide range of birdlife. The Uist Outdoor Centre in Lochmaddy (14.5m) offers watersports and there is a trail that leads up to the camera obscure ‘Hut of the Shadows’.
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