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“Stunning views from a smart perch.”
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View from croft of Carrick and across the Sound of Harris to South Uist
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View from croft of Carrick and across the Sound of Harris to South Uist
View from croft of Carrick and across the Sound of Harris to South Uist Carrick seen from the gate.
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View from croft of Carrick and across the Sound of Harris to South Uist
View from croft of Carrick and across the Sound of Harris to South Uist
Carrick seen from the gate.
Carrick as first seen on arrival.
South-elevations of Carrick, looking over croft and towards hills.
North elevations of Carrick, looking out over croft and sea towards South Uist
West Wing: Sitting area with solid fuel stove
West Wing: Sitting area with views across Sound of Eriskay and South Uist
West Wing: Sitting area - detail of flooring
West Wing: From Sitting area to Kitchen
West Wing: Dining area
West Wing: Dining area
West Wing: Kitchen
West Wing: Kitchen - Detail
East Wing: Master bedroom
East Wing: Master Bedroom
East Wing: Master bedroom
East Wing: Master Bedroom
East Wing: Double bedroom
East Wing: Single bedroom
East Wing: Shower room
Carrick from Beinn Sgiathan, and across Sound of Eriskay to glens and mountains of South Uist
Carrick seen from the church
View from Carrick across the Sound of Eriskay to the glens and mountains of South Uist
From Eriskay causeway across Sound of Eriskay to Pollochar in South Uist
View from Eriskay across Sound of Harris to glens and mountains of South Uist
Hebridean sheep on croft, with Sound of Eriskay and South Uist beyond
Carrick in very rare winter snow
Hebridean sheep on the croft in very rare winter snow
Ben Sgiathan in very rare winter snow
Hebridean 'pet' lambs gathered up for bottle-feeding
On the beach with the dog
Sheep on rock above ferry terminal for Barra
Beinn Sgiathan and Eriskay in early morning light, seen from South Uist
Rainbow in the Sound of Eriskay
Beinn Sgiathan and Eriskay from north end of causeway
Eriskay ponies
Young Eriskay mare and her foal
Life and colour in an Eriskay rock pool
Foraging for shellfish and seaweeds at low tide
The croft geese
Late autumn on the beach at South Glendale - just across the Sound of Eriskay from Carrick
Orchids in bloom on the croft
Wild thyme carpeting rocks
View of Beinn Sgiathan and Eriskay from Cille Bhrighde in South Uist.
The wild east side of Eriskay
A lone and very rare tree on the wild east side of Eriskay
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Cottage -
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 5
Isle of Eriskay, Outer Hebrides, The Hebrides, Scotland

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brendahol...
Lochboisdale, United Kingdom
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“Stunning views from a smart perch.”
Reviewed 27 April 2017 for a stay in April 2017
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Carrick is an excellently appointed house with stunning views of Eriskay and South Uist. We sat in bed watching the seabirds dive for breakfast and the Hebridean sheep maintain the grass like a carpet whilst the scenery changed constantly in front of us. The house has everything required for a comfortable stay from well equipped kitchen to lovely towels and bed linens. It is cleverly decorated, e.g., the colours of the furnishings draw the scenery into the rooms. So whilst you are cosy behind walls of glass you feel part of the outdoors. The log fire is the icing on the cake.
The house is perfectly located near the ferry to Barra, the causeway to S. Uist, Am Politician restaurant and pub, the southern end of The Machair Way and The Big Garden for supplies of local lamb, lemon curd and knitting yarn.
Already considering a return visit.

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Management Response
30 Apr 2017
Thank you, Brenda, for your thoughtful and helpful review. It's good to know that our efforts are appreciated!
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