The beautiful Isle of Lewis
Lewis is the largest and most northern island in the Outer Hebrides, home to one of the best prehistoric sites in Scotland, and some of the world's best beaches.
North East coast of Lewis
On a clear day guests can enjoy far-reaching views from the house towards the mainland. Fishing, hiking and cycling can all be enjoyed in the local area.
The three-bedroom house features a fully equipped kitchen, oil central heating throughout, a wood-burning stove and Free WiFi access
Pabbay House is a traditional croft house which has just recently undergone a complete refurbishment. The house offers quality and comfortable self-catering accommodation on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. The house is set in the heart of a crofting community close to all transport links, local amenities, stunning beaches and breath-taking views. The aroma of the peat fired stove and Bidh fàilte chridheil a' feitheamh oirbh! (A warm welcome awaits you). The newly refurbished house comprises of 1 double room and 2 twin rooms and can accommodate up to 6 people. The double room is the only ground floor bedroom. There is a fully equipped kitchen with electric oven/hobs, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, iron/ironing board, and a range of cutlery and crockery.
The house is fully centrally heated with a wood/peat burning stove in the living room. Linen and towels are provided for your stay. Pets are welcome in the house as long as they are kept down stairs on the wooden floors and kept out of the bedrooms. Children are welcome to stay in the house and if you require a cot for the younger members of the family then we will happily provide this.
More about Lewis
Pabbay House is located in the crofting village of Back which is approximately 6 miles from Stornoway, the main town on the Island. It is a very central location and convenient for making day trips to all parts of Lewis and Harris. The house itself is on a main bus route. We offer our guests the opportunity to be collected and returned either to the airport at Stornoway or to and from the Stornoway ferry terminal.
The main hub on Lewis is Stornoway, the largest settlement on the Outer Hebrides. Check out things to do in Lewis on the Visit Scotland website.
This is just one of many beaches that are surrounding Pabbay House on Lewis. Guests have a private walk down the croft of 23 Back that gets them to this beach.
On a clear day there are outstanding views from the house across the minch to the mainland of Scotland. The mountains of Assynt and Sutherland can be clearly seen. One of the advantages of the Island of Lewis being situated in the North of Scotland is that between October and April the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis can be seen on a regular basis.
The house is ideally situated for all the outdoor activities the Outer Hebrides has to offer. This includes fresh water and salt water fishing, bird watching, hill walking, cycling, or simply enjoying the stunning scenery walking along one of the many beaches in close proximity to the house.