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.