TheRowanTree is a newly built bed and breakfast in Sollas, North Uist, offering quality accommodation within easy reach of stunning beaches. Its two double rooms and one twin/king size are beautifully decorated and have en-suite facilities, and free wireless broadband is offered to guests. Check out the website for further details.
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Struan House on the west side of North Uist comprises two self-catering houses and one bed & breakfast, all offering comfortable accommodation with spectacular views of the shallow waters and white sands between Malaglate and the uninhabited island of Vallay. See the new website for more information and to book your stay.
From August 2008, The Smiddy at Burnside Croft will be offering luxury self-catering accommodation in the crofting township of Borve on the island of Berneray in the Outer Hebrides. The former smiddy is being renovated to the highest standard and will provide a comfortable base for couples wishing to explore the island’s beaches and machair. Visit the website for further details; it’s Nice Wee Sites’ sixth website for accommodation in the Uists.
Grogarry Lodge is the centrepiece of the South Uist Estate buyout. Modernised over 120 years ago, the lodge (a seemingly endless collection of buildings) takes private parties for shooting, fishing, golf and other outdoor activities on the Uists. The lodge offers full board, with generous meals made from local produce by Bella, the lodge keeper; guests are kept very well watered by probably one of the best wine collections in the Scottish islands.
This was particularly interesting work, especially touring the lodge to take pictures for the website. The remoteness of the buildings gives a sense of privacy that’s difficult to find in much of the modern world, and the views from some of the rooms across the machair to the endless South Uist beach are spectacular. One day, we may stay there ourselves!
Stòras Uibhist were very happy with the level of service provided by Nice Wee Sites. They offered a refreshingly quick and easy route to getting a new website not only up and running, but delivering potential customers within weeks for the unique Lodge accommodation we offer. – Huw Francis, Chief Executive, Stòras Uibhist
Polochar Inn stands at the southern tip of South Uist, with sea views and easy access to the island’s beaches. It offers a friendly and relaxing place to stay while exploring the Uists, Eriskay and Barra, and its restaurant serves locally sourced fish and meat dishes. More details on the website.
Seal View is a brand new bed and breakfast establishment on the island of Berneray in the Outer Hebrides, offering comfortable and spacious accommodation with fantastic views of the Bays Loch seal colony and the Sound of Harris beyond.
To find out more, visit the Seal View website.
This is our first B&B and the first time we have commissioned a website. We are delighted with the sleek and clean look of the site, which is the image we are hoping to promote for our business. We are confident that we have made the right choice in asking Nice Wee Sites to create a site for us and making this the main platform of the marketing activity we are carrying out for our business. – Andrew & Catherine Ross, Seal View B&B.
An Taigh Fiodh (the Wooden House) is a self-catering apartment on the island of Grimsay in the Outer Hebrides.
The small, luxurious, fully-equipped accommodation is on two floors and occupies one end of an original, architect-designed house (built 2006) with beautiful views overlooking the bay. It is approximately three miles off the main north-south road through the Uists.
Visit the nice wee site for more details: www.grimsay.com
I’m delighted with my website. All my friends and family have commented positively and I had my first accommodation booking two days after the launch. – Heather Moser, owner, An Taigh Fiodh.
Borve Guest House on Benbecula, run by Calum and Gretta Campbell, is popular with both business travellers and tourists. Conveniently located for the airport, it is also an excellent base from which to explore the island’s lochs, beaches and machair. The remains of Borve Castle, a fourteenth-century three-storey tower, are on the doorstep.
The accommodation comprises a single room, a twin and a double/family room, all en-suite, and has been awarded four stars by Visit Scotland. To enquire about availability or take a closer look at the facilities, visit their nice wee site: www.borveguesthouse.com
The website is brilliant and you both dealt with everything extremely professionally. – Gretta Campbell, owner, Borve Guest House.