Welcome to Ceol na Mara (Gaelic for ‘music of the sea’). Surrounded by the sea, it is set right on the spectacular rocky shoreline of Loch Erisort amid breathtaking scenery. Sleeping up to 10 people, it’s the perfect destination for large get-togethers of family or friends.
The South Lochs region of the Isle of Lewis is said to be a hidden jewel of the Hebrides, and only a few visitors to the Isle of Lewis have discovered its secrets. You’ll enjoy unspoilt wild hill country, countless freshwater lochs and burns teeming with wild brown trout, and rare wildlife, including otter, seal and porpoise, black throated divers on the hill lochs, and sea eagles and golden eagles circling in the skies above.
Guests at Ceol-na-Mara enjoy unbroken views across the water to the small islands dotted in the mouth of the loch towards the Minch. On clear days, you can see the dramatic skyline of the Sutherland mountains on the Scottish mainland. The house is accessible by boat as well as road.
Staying in this romantic setting offers escape into another world, the opportunity to experience life in a traditional crofting community, and the chance to enjoy the rugged beauty of this unique and dramatic landscape.