Holiday House Details
Uig Lodge
Isle of Lewis
(1 review)
From £3,900 per week
Sleeps 15
8 bedrooms
3 doubles, 1 single, 4 twins

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sat 01 Jul 2017Fri 13 Oct 2017£9,371£2,810
Sat 14 Oct 2017Sat 16 Dec 2017£3,900£1,170
Sun 17 Dec 2017Sun 24 Dec 2017£5,135£1,540
Mon 25 Dec 2017Wed 03 Jan 2018£5,135£1,540


Set in one of the most spectacular positions in Britain, the Lodge has breathtaking views over the perfect white sands of Uig Bay to the west and the dramatic hills of Harris to the south.

Surrounded by sand, sea and mountain, this wonderful sporting lodge sits in the middle of thousands of acres of mountain and moorland for you to explore and wander over.

This is a traditional and working sporting estate and the magnificent Lodge reflects this history with an extremely comfortable and welcoming atmosphere. The Lodge has recently been refurbished and provides an ideal unassuming and friendly feel for holiday parties. The kitchen is well equipped and is of a good size so cooking for large numbers is a readily achievable exercise. The bedrooms are very comfortable and nearly all have views that match anywhere in the world and the only sound is the sea, the birds or the wind.

Uig is a wonderful place for a holiday house – stunning, untouched beaches, crystal clear waters, hill lochs and mountains. Try flying a kite on the beach, kayak round the bays and islands along the coast or just walk and enjoy this magical place. Lewis and Harris have a fascinating history so take time to visit the Stones of Callanish, distilleries or tweed factories or take a trip to the World Heritage site at St Kilda. Wild brown trout fishing and sea fishing can be arranged with the Estate. A nine hole links golf course also provides great fun for guests of all ages.


Ground Floor:
Sitting room with open peat fire, dining room, small sitting room, laundry room, large kitchen, boot room.

First Floor:
3 double en-suite, 4 twin bedrooms, single bedroom. 2 bathrooms, 1 separate WC.

Dogs to be kept in a pet cage (2 provided) or vehicle overnight. No charge.

Extra refundable cost: Good Housekeeping Deposit £500 (payable to owner)


  • 2 Dishwashers
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Heating & electricity included
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Microwave
  • Open fire
  • Private garden
  • Range cooker
  • Television
  • Washing machine
  • Waterside
  • Wi-fi access
  • 2 Pets only - £20.00 charge per Week per Pet. Restricted to pet cage (2 provided) or vehicle
  • Reviews

    (1 review)
    Uig Lodge reviews
    14 of us have just returned from a near-perfect week at Uig Lodge. There was very comfortable accommodation for all of us, and an excellent welcome from the owners, Dickon and Ellie, who were waiting for us on our arrival with a cup of tea; they were always readily available during the week to offer helpful advice when required. We swam in the sea, fished, walked, and drove all over Lewis and Harris; four of us went on a two hour wild-life boat trip, and four others (the brave ones) undertook the day-long trip to St Kilda. Our long, relaxing dinners (cooked by ourselves, a different couple each evening) were interrupted each evening only by the necessity of our all emerging from the house to watch a glorious sunset. The views from nearly every room in the house were stunning. We thought they must be the best in Scotland.
    Mrs Sclater - May 2012