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Overview of Traditional Stone and Thatch Cottage on the Waters Edge With Beautiful sea Views

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Beach nearby
Beach nearby
Beach nearby
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Traditional Stone and Thatch Cottage on the Waters Edge With Beautiful sea Views

4.7/5 Exceptional

Entire cottage

1 bedroom1 bathroomSleeps 2

Popular amenities

  • Kitchen
  • Pet-friendly
  • Washer
  • Outdoor Space

Explore the area

  • Popular LocationBerneray Beach1 min walk
  • Popular LocationTraigh Baile3 min walk
  • Popular LocationTraigh Iar5 min drive
  • AirportBenbecula (BEB)51 min drive

Space details

1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, sleeps 2
Bathroom 1

About this property

Entire place

You'll have the entire cottage to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

Traditional Stone and Thatch Cottage on the Waters Edge With Beautiful sea Views

Adults-only cottage in Isle of North Uist
'Cnoc an Dudain' (the hill of Dudain) is situated on the beautiful island of Berneray, 'the jewell in the crown' of the western isles. This stone and thatched cottage (or 'blackhouse' as they are known on the islands) was rescued as a ruin in 2008. We have carefully renovated, using traditional materials. The rooms have limewashed walls, exposed roof timbers and solid wood floors. There is an efficient multi-fuel stove in the living room, and with 1. 3m thick stone walls, this cottage is the cosiest place to be on a blustry Hebridian afternoon. The cottage lies 150 meters down it's own drive and has ample space for parking. The walled garden area leads down to a small beach, with the remains of an old harbour wall still visible at low tide. Those of you with a keen interest in history can discover the hand carved 'crusie stone' built into the garden wall. Berneray is rich in archaeological sites, with a stone circle, standing stone, Viking harbour and chairstone to name but a few. You will wake up to the sound of seabirds, especially Oyster catcher, Curlew and Turnstones. Seals are very common and in summer will swim close to the cottage after dusk. Otters can also be seen fishing in the lochan at the back of the cottage (during the renovation we had regular visits from an otter one winter and he left his footprints in the wet concrete floor). With such a lot to see and do on and around Berneray, we have made a concious decision not to provide a television. Please come to enjoy the views, watch the wildlife and tune in to the cycle of the tides.
Guest accommodation at this cottage offers an iron/ironing board. Kitchens offer fridges and hobs. Bathrooms include a shower.

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About this area

Isle of North Uist

Located in Isle of North Uist, this cottage is in a rural area and near the beach. St. Clement's Church is a local landmark, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Berneray Beach and Traigh Baile.
Popular Location

What's nearby

  • Berneray Beach - 1 min walk
  • Traigh Baile - 3 min walk
  • Traigh Iar - 5 min drive
  • Tràigh Lingeigh Beach - 14 min drive
  • Tràigh Hòrnais - 19 min drive

Getting around

  • Benbecula (BEB) - 51 min drive


  • Berneray Bistro - 8 min drive