Hamarsay House is located on the beautiful Island of Scalpay in the Outer Hebrides, Beautiful green water runs along miles of sandy coastlineNorth West Scotland. There are few places which can offer such unique surroundings, wonderful panoramic views of the secluded bay, mountains, seascape and uninhabited islands in East Loch Tarbert. The island abounds in wildlife, a colony of seals can ofen be seen basking on nearby rocks - this is therefore the perfect choice for naturalists, birdwatchers, or for anyone seeking complete seclusion and tranquility.

Boats in the bayFishing and boating may all be enjoyed - fishing for one rod is available free of charge and the rod is provided. For young children there is a lovely new playpark in the village, which also has a small knitwear company, craft shops and a general store. Shops are only half a mile away in the village.

The bungalow is situated on a nine acre croft (belonging to the proprietor) and permission is granted to occupants to enable them walk over the croft and gain access to the beaches where seals/otters can be viewed regulary on nearby rocks. The location is one of the quietest spots on the island and there is an abundance of wildlife in the area.Sandy beach in South Harris

The Tourist Board Promotional materials are held within Hamarsay House, including leaflets for offcial walks to places of interest/resturants/historical sites.

The Island of Scalpay is only 10 minutes from the ferry terminal in Tabert. A toll-free bridge gives access to the Island and you carry straight on the main road until you reach the playpark crossroad. Turn right and travel only 300 yards when you turn left uphill to Ard Na Cille. You will find Hamarsay House about a quarter mile down this road surrounded with a ranch type wooden fence.