Hamersay House

Address: Lochmaddy, North Uist, The Hebrides, Scotland, HS6 5AE, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Lochmaddy, North Uist, is near Fingal's Cave.
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      Travel Blogs from North Uist

      Isle of Skye

      A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 18, 2014

      20 photos

      Woke to glorious sunshine, the muted colours of sunrise washed over the bay as we partook of breakfast, I missed the Dolphins this morning as there has been a large pod to be seen the first two mornings we were at breakfast. Today we headed south to explore another awe inspiring location on this beautiful Isle. Located at the foot of the Black Cuillins near Glenbrittle are the Fairy Pools, beautifully crystal clear blue pools on the River ...

      Isle of Skye

      A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 17, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... This ridge runs from the peak of The Storr in the South East, through the striking Quiraing near Staffin, to end abruptly near Flodigarry in the north. On the way it produces memorable sights, the most notable of which are the Old Man of Storr in the south, The Needle and The Prison in the Quiraing. Continuing along the coastal road we sighted the Old Man of Storr himself, and stopped to view Kilt Rock from its vantage point ...

      Isle of Skye

      A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 16, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... to view. Followed the narrow road to the very end and walked for 1 mile (so the sign said), seemed further to me, to view the Claigan Coral Sand beach. Very unusual to see this stunning white beach, where there is no sand to be washed up at all. The beach is actually coralline deposits, which are a type of seaweed known as Merle. Spent a few hours wondering around and taking more magnificent photos. Am looking forward to tomorrow and what the day will ...

      O'er the . . err . . . bridge to Skye

      A travel blog entry by jaq-wil on May 30, 2014

      10 photos

      ... onto Skye over the bridge and found a quiet location to stop the night just off the A87 by . As evening arrived so did the midges. Luckily I'd accounted for them in the planning having fitted a midge screen to the van and loaded loads of midge repellent. No bites yet!



      Uig campsite was chosen for the next couple of nights, being close to ...

      Bye, Bye Bothy. Hi, Hi Bivvy

      A travel blog entry by rnjemk on May 26, 2014

      4 comments

      ... unaccompanied. Her mastery of the harp was extraordinary. It came alive to her fingers. And her voice was perfect for the songs she sang, most of which recited the heartbreaks Highlands women have experienced over the last 3 or 4 centuries. A very haunting and insight-giving evening, communicated by a beautifully played harp and pure voice.

      And so to Uist. How different the scenery is here. For the most part, the Uists (North and South) are flat, with only a few ...