Hosts Tony and Sharon will give you a warm Scottish welcome to Flodabay Farm a 30 acre working croft nestled in a peaceful landscape of the Isle of Harris, Scotland.
They cater for adults only and have a lovely self-contained bed and breakfast which has an en-suite bedroom, its own dining area and private entrance. Guests have exclusive use to the patio area at the front of the house overlooking the bay.
The accommodation has a number of amenities including king-sized bed, plenty of wardrobe and storage space, tea/coffee making facilities, a hairdryer, HD TV with Freesat, a library of books and WiFi.
When you settle into bed at night, you will discover just how tranquil the island can be. The nights are dark and there is no late-night traffic noise, so you can enjoy a night of uninterrupted, blissful sleep.
Whilst situated in nature’s greatest scenery, Flodabay Farm has been praised for having an excellent internet service, TV and mobile phone reception, so you wont be completely cut off from the world unless you want to !
A full Scottish breakfast is included in the room rate using local produce and free range eggs from the resident hens. Evening meals and packed lunches can be catered for when requested.
Tony and Sharon pride themselves on making their own local treats including oat cakes, homemade bread, Isle of Jura whisky marmalade and home-grown strawberries, rocket and kale.
Fresh seafood is their speciality. The lochs and the nearby seas are stocked with delicious fresh seafood, including lobster, crab, mackerel, herring, and many more.
The farm has two secluded, private lochs full of wild Brown Trout, which can be fished by guests – if you are unsure how to correctly cook your catch, your hosts can even cook it for you!
£80 per night
Min 2 nights stays
Prices includes a full English breakfast
Late Availability/Special Offers
PRE-BOOK SEAFOOD BUFFET (see website for details)
Guests can enjoy un-spoilt deserted beaches in the West with clean and clear seas.
There is no shortage of things to do in Harris and also further afield in Lewis. The area has an abundant of wildlife right on the doorstep. There are otters, eagles, buzzards, oystercatchers, seals and numerous wading birds to be seen daily in Floabay. Recently the bays were visited by a pod of dolphins and whales have been seen out to sea.
There are numerous galleries in the area and cafes are plentiful, serving delightful homemade baking and fresh coffee.
Places to visit include the Skoon Art Café, Callanish (Calanais) stone circle, St Clement's Church, Isle of Harris Golf Club and Harris Tweed (home of famous Harris Tweed) to name just a few !