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Idyllic.

There are too many beautiful beaches on Eriskay to single out one in particular. A beautiful island.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Macleankml
,
Glasgow, United Kingdom
via mobile
Sand like talc!

This is a good sized beach for a walk and then return to the village at the other end via the road... read more

Reviewed 28 September 2017
Bill B
,
Exeter, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

There are too many beautiful beaches on Eriskay to single out one in particular. A beautiful island.

Thank Macleankml
Reviewed 28 September 2017

This is a good sized beach for a walk and then return to the village at the other end via the road over the hill behind. It's clean and the sea is clear and gannets were diving. Not as big as Luskentyre but well worth...More

Thank Bill B
Reviewed 21 September 2017 via mobile

Excellent B&B and owners couldn't have been more helpful. Great location, superb breakfast, lovely room with lots of little treats, home made scones, rocky road nibbles, wine chilled, glasses supplied and made to feel very welcome. Well worth a visit.

Thank mmmpjj6
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Great place to visit. Take your waterproofs. We travelled round the islands on a small boat. So saw the seals and whales that live nearby. Enjoy the rugged coast and beautiful scenery.

Thank Lynne C
Reviewed 1 September 2017

It is a very nice little beach. For lovers of the Scottish history this beach is important, because Bonnie Prince Charlie landed there in 1745 für his attempt to recapture Scotland.

Thank Agnes70180
Reviewed 27 August 2017

On a truly abysmal day where our ferry crossing to Barra was cancelled it was still a joy to see the spot where Prince Charles Edward Stewart made his first football.Though his claim was true the man was clearly unfit to command an army and...More

Thank bluesbuddah
Reviewed 22 August 2017

What a beautiful beach. Weather was gorgeous when we were there. I thought I was at the Caribbean. Beautiful walks. We came across some miniature horses which I understand Eriskay is known for.

Thank Anne H
Reviewed 13 August 2017

A lovely sandy beach, one that we have never found to be crowded that on a sunny day has it all - silvery sand, shells, rocks to hunker down among, sand dunes and an undemanding walk from end to end. We love this beach or...More

Thank TonyA1943
Reviewed 2 August 2017

Some years ago I travelled to the Great Barrier Reef to learn some sailing on a 50-ft+ ketch (classed as a 'Pocket Maxi'). Makes sense for a kid from inland Winnipeg, right!?? And an aspiring ecologist, I could read the scientific tea leaves and could...More

Thank lakeoffhewoods
Reviewed 26 July 2017

A beautiful beach on a beautiful island. Gorgeous white sand and crystal clear turquoise water. A wonderful place for a walk, or just to find a nice spot to sit and admire the view.

Thank Karen F
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KeenTraveller65
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Hi, when you drive past the older cemetery ( stone wall ) you carry on following the road past the newer houses, there's a parking area on the right after the last of the newer houses, there's a grassy slope that leads down... More
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