Tigh Bhisa Blackhouse

High quality self-catering accommodation in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides

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As a 4-star rated property by VisitScotland, Tigh Bhisa has been renovated and furnished to the highest of standards, with underfloor heating and modern equipment as expected. "What a wonderful house - an amazing reconstruction with gorgeous touches."

The cottage sleeps only two people and
includes the following accommodation and fittings:

Entrance porch with coat hooks and room for outdoor clothing and shoes/boots. House-clogs are provided for wearing inside cottage.

Kitchen, fully equipped for the creative cook (including sharp knives!).

Bathroom with power shower (instant heat available all day), w
ith towels and local hand-made soaps provided. Please note the shower is quite small and compact due to limitations in this historic building.

A dining area with dramatic table and chairs, handmade from local storm-blown timbers. Cosy seating area around the solid-fuel stove, burning peat and logs (provided). Arm chairs for four people. Bedroom adjacent to lounge with queen-sized double bed (though this can be altered
to provide twin bed accommodation). "The best bed we have seen in any hotel or B&B in the world!"

The following is a list of the facilities provided:

4-burner gas hob
Electric oven
Freezer compartment
All crockery, cutlery, pots & pans etc
Washing machine

Tumble dryer
Indoor and outdoor drying facilities
Power shower (no bath)
Underfloor heating (electric)
Solid fuel stove (fuel provided)
Television and DVD player (from March 2016)
CD player/radio
iPod dock
Selection of CDs
Library of Scottish novels and reference books

Broadband wireless internet (unlimited, free of charge)
Double bed
All linen and towels supplied
Garden and outdoor seating area

Further photographs of the property can be seen throughout this website, giving an indication of the level of fit-out that has been achieved. "What a wonderful place to unwind and yet be exhilarated.”