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  • Askernish Golf Club
    Askernish Golf Course is set on the Isle of South Uist in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. Originally designed and built in 1891 by Old Tom Morris, the course was lost for over 70 years before Master Greenkeeper Gordon Irvine stumbled across it on holiday and re-discovered its remarkable heritage. In 2008 the course was restored using almost the exactly the same techniques as it was built 117 years ago. At 6,259 yards the course can often be underestimated, even the keenest golfers are challenged by its unique terrain: formed around the naturally occurring grassy 'Machair' dunes unique to the North-West coast of Scotland. Askernish has gained world renown not only for its story as a lost Old Tom Morris course, but also for its delicate integration into the natural environment. It is oft-said that Askernish offers 'golf as it was meant to be', surrounded by the breathtaking landscape of South-Uist it is hard to disagree. It will be a round and golfing experience never to be forgotten.
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  • Tigh Na Mara Art And Antiques Gallery
    About Amanda J Rae Amanda Rae's works are assemblages that investigate concern for ecological issues, the materials she uses are often experimental. The sculptures are drawn from a "found-object" cocktail of elements, forming assemblages that tell of man's conflict with nature. Earlier works consist of mannequins within assemblage. Chosen for their unsettling representations of the human form and the disturbing sense of the unheimlich which they create, she has continued to use body forms in her work stating that "it echoes the multiple directions a piece may take in the act of self-organizing, the body forms have nothing to disguise themselves. What's left is a direct communication with viewer and a direct conversation between nature and people". Through these sometimes surreal associations, she explores the sense of liminality inherent in the world, the constant flux that is experienced on a daily basis. Her starting point - a concept, thought or theme - is explored through a combination of form and material inviting thought from the viewer's perspective of that union. 'Nothing in the entire universe ever perishes, believe me, but things vary, and adopt a new form'. (Ovid, Metamorphoses) Read Less Education I became a mature student and achieved a National Certificate in Art/Design and Craft at Shetland College. Going on to study in the Hebrides completing the 1st and 2nd year of the BA in fine art with Lews Castle College at Taigh Chearsabhagh North Uist. The environmental focus of the course was inspiring, looking closely at the physical landscape of the island, the use of materials as well as the elements of wind, water, and light, also mans intervention and place within the environment. Completing my Honors BA in Fine Art with The University of Highlands and islands of Moray College Elgin.
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  • Uist Sea Tours
    Wildlife boat tours around South Uist on our RIB the Island Adventurer. See Bottlenose Dolphins in the Sound of Barra, the Golden Eagles and Sea Eagles off the East Coast of South Uist as well as the ever popular Puffins on Mingulay, the abandoned island at the South of the Hebrides. Join us this summer for an unforgettable adventure and experience the natural beauty of the Outer Hebrides.
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  • Uist Archaeology Tours
    Uist is home to a unique archaeological landscape, with monuments that testify to more than 6,000 years of human habitation. Discover the wealth of history hidden on the islands’ moorland and machair, as we explore the remains of Neolithic tombs, Bronze Age roundhouses, Iron Age brochs, and medieval chapels. We offer a range of tour suitable for all levels of interest and walk abilities, and are happy to arrange personalized tours on request. Walks are led by resident archaeologist Dr Kate MacDonald, who has many years’ experience of researching and excavating in the Hebrides. The tour will take you off the beaten track, so bring waterproofs and a good pair of walking boots. Friendly dogs are welcome. To find out more, or to make a booking, contact Kate by email telephone.
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Frequently Asked Questions about South Uist hotels

Polochar Inn, Lochboisdale Hotel, and Borrodale Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Kildonan Museum. See the full list: Hotels near Kildonan Museum.

Popular hotels close to Our Lady of the Isles include Orasay Inn, The Isle of Benbecula House Hotel, and Dark Island Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Our Lady of the Isles.

Popular hotels close to Inverness Airport include Culloden House, Courtyard Inverness Airport, and The Anderson. See the full list: Hotels near Inverness Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Flora Macdonald's Birthplace are Travelodge Doncaster Hotel, Owston Hall Hotel, and Metro Inns A1. See the full list: Hotels near Flora Macdonald's Birthplace.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in South Uist are Orasay Inn, Lochboisdale Hotel, and Borrodale Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in South Uist.