Loch Roag Rooms
1 - First floor family, double or twin room with views down towards Callanish. En-suite facilities.
2 - Single room with private shower.
3 - Single room with private shower.
4 - First floor Single room with spectacular views out across Loch Roag and beyond to the hills of Uig and Harris. En-suite facilities.
5 - Double Bed with Ensuite
6 - Superior ground floor Double/Twin room with en-suite and spectacular views out across Loch Roag and beyond to the hills of Uig and Harris.
Loch Roag Dining
The meals served at Loch Roag are prepared using local produce of the highest quality.
Breakfast Meal: Over the years we have developed our breakfast menu to cater to most of everyones tastes. Included are some local specialities which the more adventurous amoung you are welcome to try. Our most popular are porridge, local smoked kippers and white pudding. All in all it makes for an interesting tasting session at breakfast.
Evening Meal: Our experience has lshown us how to provide a dining experience that is relaxed and enjoyable. Whether you’re tired and wanting a quiet meal or bursting to chat the night away about the days experience, dinner at Loch Roag can provide both. We have a large selection of local and international Celtic music to choose from as accompainment to your meal. Combine this with views out across Loch Roag towards the hills of Uig and Harris and we’re sure you won’t be disappointed.
Standing majestically at the northwest edge of Europe, this 150 mile-long island chain of beaches, culture, wildlife and adventure is a haven for outdoor activities, and a great place to unwind.
The west coast of these islands experience the full impact of the North Atlantic swells and have the most consistent surf in Europe. The Gulf Stream keeps the turquoise unpolluted waters of the Atlantic warm by UK standards. There are beaches of clean white sand dotted all along the coasts of these islands.
The Outer Hebrides have:-
* The highest sea cliffs in Britain
* Over a million sea birds on St Kilda alone
* Europe’s most consistent surf
* The heartland of the Gaelic culture
* Unspoilt natural habitats and a thriving wildlife population
Activities - The long Hebridean summer days provide a perfect excuse to explore the outdoors.There is something for everyone, whether its a short ramble along the machair or a hike to the top of a mountain.
* Boat Trips
* Boat/Fishing Trips
* Horse Riding/Pony Trekking
* Game Fishing
* Sea Angling
* Bird Watching