Self catering accommodation in the Hebrides
Our spacious 2-bedroom holiday caravan is situated on a croft close to the beautiful, sandy beaches of Seilebost and Luskentyre on the Isle of Harris.
Ideal for family holidays in the Hebrides, this modern self catering unit is is equipped to a very high standard.
Caravan at Seilebost overlooking Luskentyre
  • Spacious 10ft wide double bedroom
  • Twin bedroom
  • Double sofa bed in the lounge area.
  • Kitchen area with a full size gas cooker, full size fridge with ice box
  • Shower & toilet
  • Satellite TV
  • CD Player
  • DVD Player
  • Garden
  • Heating throughout
Caravan on Harris
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Prices from £350 to £420 per week
Bed linen is provided
Open all year
Children welcome
No smoking


Katie Morrison
Tel: 01859 550233
Mobile: 07909750037


Conveniently situated halfway between the ferry ports of Tarbert and Leverburgh.
Boat trips are available to explore the Shiants or visit St Kilda.
Scarista golf course is about 5 miles away.
Corncrakes often nest in this area and can frequently be heard and sometimes seen from the caravan.

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The island of Harris is the ideal place to get away from it all and here on the west coast you can experience the magic which makes people return to the Hebrides time after time.

From Seilebost you can walk across to the sands, pick up shells and gaze at the turquoise ocean. In summer the machair abounds with wild flowers. Take a picnic and look out over to the island of Taransay.

Travel around the south of the island and you will find more deserted beaches as well as standing stones at Scarista and Nisabost.

Rodel Church on the south-east tip of Harris was built around 1500 and is well worth a visit. Not only is the structure of the building well-preserved, but so are the sculpted tombs inside. Those with a head for heights can climb to the top of the tower!

Along the east coast you will experience a different sort of scenery where the land is strewn with rocks like a lunar landscape indented by hundreds of little bays and lochs. On a clear day you can see from here over to the mountainous Isle of Skye.

Explore the rocky parts of North Harris and pass Amhuinnsuidhe Castle on your way to Huishnish beach and the tiny island of Scarp. There are some wonderful hill walks in this area and you can climb Clisham, the highest mountain on Harris. The golden eagle hide is also worth a walk.

Travelling further north you can cross the border into the Isle of Lewis where the stone circle clusters around Callanish are not to be missed. A short drive from there is the Iron Age broch at Carloway and the black house village at Gearrannan.

The landscape and history of both Harris and Lewis will absorb you, but don't forget there are also lots of interesting events happening throughout the year such as local gala days, agricultural shows, art and music festivals. And of course the islands are the place to go shopping for genuine Harris Tweed! Why not visit Donald John the weaver at Luskentyre? There are many artists and craft shops where you can pick up beautiful mementoes of your holiday.
Huishnish and Scarp
Huishnish and Scarp Church at Rodel
Church at Rodel Amhuinnsuidhe Castle
Amhuinnsuidhe Castle Callanish