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Hamanavay House

The House was originally built in 1991 and extended in 2010 to include a large drawing room with seven floor-to-ceiling windows from which to watch the ever-changing view. It faces south west over Hamanavay sea-loch, a two-mile-long natural harbour.

The House is reached via a nine mile Landrover track which transports the visitor to a completely peaceful, highly secluded, wild paradise. The 40 minute journey along the track is a wildlife safari in itself with regular sightings of golden eagles and red deer framed against the dramatic views north towards Uig Sands and the panorama of the North Harris Hills to the south. The start of the track is about 50 minutes from Stornoway airport and ferry.

Hamanavay House is set-out over two floors and sleeps eight people self-catered or six catered.

On the ground floor:

  • drawing room with open fire and seven floor-to-ceiling windows
  • dining room with a collection of books on the Hebrides, board games and puzzles
  • kitchen with gas oven
  • large utility room/drying room with washing machine
  • bathroom and shower room
  • twin bedroom (or cook’s room in catered weeks)

Upstairs:

  • large master en-suite bedroom with dramatic views of the bay
  • double bedroom
  • twin bedroom
  • one bathroom

If you are interested in a visit to Hamanavay please check the availability, contact Simon Hunt (the Estate Factor) on 01851 672421 or email us. The House can be booked at a weekly rate (from Saturday to Saturday) from March to the end of October. It sleeps eight people self-catering (two double rooms and two twin rooms) and sleeps six people (two double rooms and one twin room) with an in-House cook.

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