Uig Lodge is set in a spectacular position overlooking the magnificent white sands of Uig Bay to the west and to the south the contrastingly dramatic views of the Harris Hills.
The lodge has recently been refurbished and is extremely comfortable. It includes a sitting room with an open peat fire, dining room capable of seating 18, a rod room/ 2nd small sitting room, laundry room, drying room, and a large newly updated kitchen. Upstairs are 3 double en-suites, 4 twins and a single sharing 2 bathrooms.
The lodge is let with the services of a good cook, but can also be taken on a self-catering basis.
The Uig Sands are ideal for kite surfing and sand yachting. The adjacent coastline is popular with kayaking and beach combing enthusiasts. Other popular outings include trips to the Callanish standing stones, brochs, tweed mills and speedboat trips to St Kilda are other popular outings making the Lodge a perfect base for a memorable Hebridean holiday.
Loch Suainaval, about 3 miles long, is the headwater of the Fhorsa system and fishing from an Estate boat provides salmon, ferox and brown trout. From there the river runs into Loch Slacsavat where salmon and brown trout can be fished from the bank or 2 boats. From the bank the river is then fished through 15 named pools, 7 of which are tidal, to the sea and the renowned Bruton Stream providing one of the few opportunties to catch salmon and sea trout in salt water. Many of the tidal pools are ideal for beginners wishing to catch an estuary trout.
The resident ghillie can also organise sea trips to fish for makerel or explore the coastline and lagoons, weather permitting.
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