- Two stunning contemporary Hebridean hideaways for two where you can kick of your shoes at the front door and step onto the white sands of Uig Bay, Isle of Lewis.
Gorgeous products from the Highland Soap Company and fluffy white towels.
- Snuggle up in the downfilled double bed that faces both glass doors with large picture window - its as though you're sleeping right on the sand.
- We love the wildlife in Uig Bay a designated National Scenic Area of Scotland teaming with wildlife and wildflowers.
- Beautifully curved boutique styled cabins with lots of glass, uber modern interiors and and jewel toned restful colour schemes that soothe the soul.
Good To Know
- The Uig Community Shop at Timsgarry also operates as a licensed grocers ATM, Post Office. fuel (available 24/7), gifts (local arts and crafts), laundrette, and recycling facilities located in the shop car-park.
- In the interest of all guests comforts, pets are regrettably not permitted.
- Ebb and Flow are strictly non smoking, thank you.
- Wi-fi for guests use and communal boot room adjoins both cabins perfect for storing your outdoor gear.
- Uig Sands Restaurant, Timsgarry - new purpose-built, great food and views, especially at sunset.
- Uig Community Centre Tearoom and Museum, Timsgarry - light lunches and fab home-made cakes
- Loch Croistean Cafe - Old School House serving lunches and evening meals. Music nights.
- Edge Cafe and Craft Shop, Aird Uig - lunches and evening meals. Open Sundays.
- Scallop Shack, Miavaig Pier - buy fresh hand-dived scallops, don't forget to pop payment in the honesty box.
- For self catering supplies Stornoway has a Tesco and Co-op approx 37 miles from Ebb and Flow.
- Abhainn Deary Whisky Distillery, Carnish - a 5 minute walk from the cabins, Tours and Tasting.
- Uig bay shoreline is home to where the famous Uig Chessmen were discovered in 1831.
- For star gazers Uig boasts truly dark skies, a good place to watch the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis.
- Visit Great Bernera where you can cross a bridge over the wild Atlantic to view the Iron Age House.
- Seatrek offer stunning boat trips. Visit outlying islands, the Flannan Isles and the UNESCO World Heritage site of St Kilda.
- Gorgeous white sandy shell beaches, seventeen in all. Sunbathe and swim in your own secret cove.
- Go kayaking, surfing, kiting, or just exploring and discover your own quiet cove.
- Walk between the world famous Standing Stones at Callanish.
- Relish stunning scenery walking along miles and miles of deserted sea cliffs, coves, beaches and strands.
- Head out on a sea safari, you have every chance of spotting Whales, Basking Sharks, even Sun Fish.
- Superb trout fishing on innumerable lochs. Great sea fishing from the beaches and rocky shorelines.
- Golden eagles and sea eagles including buzzards, merlins, red throated divers, gannets and more.
- Walk through the Machair; carpets of wildflowers that bloom around the coastal areas of the Islands.
Step onto the beach from these two outstanding new Hebridean hideaways with jaw-dropping views across the carribean-esque white Uig Sands; Ebb and Flow perfectly named to mirror the tidal rhythm of your stay blending beautifully into the machair and hillside - total tranquillity for two.
Ebb and Flow
These two boutique Hebridean hideaway self-catering cabins are the perfect place to get away from it all. There's a romantic double bed which looks out through large triple glazed glass doors and windows, for your perfect natural immersion - wake up as though your castaway on your own private beach where you can relax and watch the wildlife and dramatic seascapes unfold before you. You have your own en-suite bathroom which features a bath with shower over and the cabins feature a chaise sofa, kitchen area and outdoor seating to take in the fresh sea air. The designer kitchen area features an Elfin space-saving cooking island, with a built-in hob, microwave, and sink and perfect dining space for two. Wake up to the sights and sounds of the sea and venture down to the beach for a morning stroll; you are after all in one of Scotland's 40 National Scenic Areas in the country.
Uig is a unique corner of Lewis, tailor made for climbers, walkers, cyclists, sailors, divers, surfers, golfers, birdwatchers, photographer, lovers and artists. Head outside to the deck with your morning coffee, and ease yourselves into the day ahead by immersing yourselves in amazing, wildlife-steeped coastal scenery. There's a path that leads you straight down to the shore, just in case you feel like dipping your toes in the water. The little hut between the two cabins is a boot room for wet outdoor gear to go in. Linens and fluffy towels are provided, along with luxurious toiletries from the Highland Soap Company in the comfortable bathroom. Just bring yourself, your camera and maybe a good book for a stay that will refresh and rejuvenate you. Far from the bustle of modern life, these couples-ready cabins face straight onto the sea, offering wonderful views and plenty of opportunity for ambling along the white shell sands if the weather's fine. If inclement, tuck yourselves up, cosy and warm, and watch the dramatic skyscapes over the ocean. Each cabin has a flat screen telly for when you want to curl up with each other and spend some together time just relaxing after a fabulous hebridean day adventure.
Fresh Seafood and Five-star Fun
The freshest of seafood, langoustines, hand dived scallops, mussels, salmon are all available in abundance in the Hebrides and there are some renowned places to eat as well as quaint traditional bars and home of traditional music. In the summer Stornoway plays host to one of the most iconic music festivals Hebcelt where all the best traditional music acts in Scotland flock to play while the bars are bustling with live music sessions. 35 miles from Uig you'll find the main town of Stornoway home of the famous Stornoway black pudding and 19th century Lews Castle. The wildlife is astounding and there are lots of five star activities to enjoy while you're here such as retracing the steps of where the Lewis Chessmen were found, watching tweed being made in traditional mills, take a boat trip to St Kilda, surf, fish, cycle, or walk between the world famous Standing Stones at Callanish. The scenery is stunning and for walkers there's miles and miles of deserted sea cliffs, coves, beaches and strands.
Carnish Cabins are the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of mainland life, immerse yourself in nature and a different rhythm of life - you won't want to leave!
Carnish cabins are available for a two night minimum stay from £495 for 2 nights low season. 7 nights low season from £695 and 7 nights high season from £895. Please contact the property direct on their website for rates; rates depend on the number of nights booked.