Beach Bay cottage is an island escape that offers a luxurious stay just steps away from a stunning beach.
Inspired by Neolithic buildings, it’s built of natural stone with a 180-degree bay window making the most of the views – no wonder it won the 2012 Outer Hebrides Design Award.
It sleeps up to four people in one double and one twin room, the latter with an en-suite shower room.
A family bathroom includes a luxurious whirlpool bath, while a large open-plan lounge and dining area has plenty of space for relaxation while on staycation.
The kitchen is well-equipped and there’s a stone patio from which you may be lucky enough to see golden eagles flying high in the sky.
If it’s cold outside underfloor heating and a multi-fuel burner will keep you warm, as will the final opulent touch – a two person infra-red sauna.
You can book Beach Bay Cottage at www.hostunusual.com.
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