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Lochboisdale Hotel, Isle of South Uist

Situated at the CalMac ferry terminal in Lochboisdale, a traditional fishing hotel with magnificent views and hospitality. Restaurant serving local seafood and game. Real fires and homely atmosphere. Fishing can be arranged for you through South Uist Fishing. Home from Home.

About Lochboisdale Hotel

A warm welcome to Lochboisdale Hotel on the beautiful island of South Uist in the Outer Hebrides. Calum and Karen MacAulay and their family run the hotel, situated at the ferry terminal in Lochboisdale overlooking the bay with splendid views across to Canna and Rhum.

Built in the late 1800's the hotel is full of character and has a homely atmosphere.  We have 15 rooms, 5 single, 5 twin and 4 double including one family room that will comfortably sleep a family of 5 and 1 premier king size room ideal for honeymooners. All of the rooms have en-suite facilities and all but three rooms have views across the bay. Lochboisdale Hotel has a warm and friendly welcome with staff who are there to make your stay a memorable one. Feel at home by the peat fire, soak up the Gaelic atmosphere and enjoy amazing views on three sides of the hotel. The hotel is a great base to explore the raw beauty of the island, a great place to relax and recharge your batteries.

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  • Lochboisdale Hotel
    Isle of South Uist, Outer Hebrides, HS8 5TH
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    01878 700332
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  • No. ensuite rooms
  • Prices from
    £70 prpn
  • Dates open
    Open all year
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