Ardvourlie, Isle of Harris,

Outer Hebrides





Warm and friendly bed and breakfast - catering for walkers and cyclists on the Hebridean Way





Set on the edge of Loch Seaforth, in the heart of the North Harris hills, you are invited to relax and enjoy our renovated croft cottage.


With only one double/twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom we cater for just two guests and so you can be assured of a warm, friendly and informative stay.  A full Scottish breakfast is enjoyed in the conservatory overlooking the loch.  Tea/coffee facilities and TV in your room or you can relax in the conservatory. Central position for touring the island but also excellent for walking in the hills with tracks accessible from the house and for spotting golden eagles, sea eagles (top RSPB area) and otters.  We have around 400 hill sheep, a mixture of free-roaming hens, working dogs and, last but not least, Spencer, the Siamese cat!  For fit and keen walkers, during June/July and late September/October we have our sheep gatherings on the hills, bringing the sheep in for shearing and dipping, in which you could have the unique opportunity to take part. We are also situated on the new long distance footpath, the Hebridean Way, and will accommodate one-night stays.  WiFi is available.  Access from the garden to the sea loch also allows an exciting opportunity for guests who may be keen on kayaking or diving.


Tarbert 12 miles, Stornoway 24 miles, nearest Inn 10 miles. Excellent catering van (Taste n'Sea) 2 miles along road




Loch Seaforth, the Clisham and the North Harris hills


Contact details:


Mrs Miranda Campbell

"Seaforth", Ardvourlie, Isle of Harris, HS3 3AB

Telephone: 01859 502031 Mobile: 07470086749

Email: croftercampbell@btinternet.com

£42.00 per person per night (double/twin) £60.00 for single occupancy 

Open between May to October  

Walkers and cyclists especially welcome!






The house, set on the edge of Loch Seaforth 

"absolute peace and quiet!"





The sound of the cuckoo, geese and oystercatchers in the spring, the haunting roar of the stags in the autumn and sightings of sea eagles, golden eagles and otters  all through the year... a great experience of nature.