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We had an overnight stay with Margaret and Stewart, who were excellent hosts. They were kind enough to book an evening meal for us in a nearby hotel. Our twin room was lovely, and very comfortable. There was a lovely lounge to relax in. Breakfast...More
Stayed two nights - and Margaret and Stuart could not have made us more welcome or been more helpful. The room (twin bedded) was really good and the breakfasts were scrumptious.
Our hosts were very helpful with information about the area and the house is...More
Would like to thank Margaret and Stewart for there hospitality, when we arrived, i got a happy 70th birthday, a bit puzzled how they new, but daughter Kay had arranged a card, wine, chocolates for me, how many would have done that, room was beautiful...More
Lovely B&B in modern building with superb views enhanced by Magnificent Western Isles sunset, Margaret was very welcoming, with a refreshing cup of tea and slice of cake. Room was superb, clean and quiet with en suite, My bike was stored in a shed overnight,...More
My brother and I stayed for one night in this very comfortable B&B, after cycling from Stornoway. Arriving just after 10pm, Margaret and Stewart made us very welcome, and helped us quickly get sorted out. They even supplied a can of lager each, but we...More
The Berneray Ferry is 23 miles from Ardnastruban House - so allow at least 45 minutes for the journey because of single track roads. Go via the A867 to Lochmaddy - its a quick road. Anyway the scenery is lovely so you may... More
The Berneray Ferry is 23 miles from Ardnastruban House - so allow at least 45 minutes for the journey because of single track roads. Go via the A867 to Lochmaddy - its a quick road. Anyway the scenery is lovely so you may want to allow more time!
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"The rooms at the front have views accross to Benbecula and Ruabhal and at the rear you can see Erval and the..."