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3 Cradhlastadh Uig, HS2 9JF Scotland
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#7 of 53 B&Bs / Inns in Isle of Lewis
Overlooking the breathtaking Uig Sands and the hills of Lewis, Kirsty and Tony Wade and family would like to welcome you to our home. All rooms have en-suite facilities and great views - we can see the sea and sand from every room! Please get in touch if we can help with any information to help plan your Hebridean holiday.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
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Kevin F wrote a review Aug 2021
42 contributions9 helpful votes
Thank you to both Kirsty and Tony for letting us share their home. The room was very large ,clean,with a wonderful bed.The large picture window meant you could lay in bed and look out over Uig Sands. Breakfast was continental style,left fresh every morning in a picnic basket outside your room.A fridge in the room meant you keep could keep milk,cheese,cold meat etc fresh at all times. A truly great area to stay with lovely host's and first class accomadation.
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Date of stay: August 2021
Room Tip: Only the one room available,but very large with outstanding views.
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Janet C wrote a review Jul 2021
Orpington, United Kingdom22 contributions11 helpful votes
Fortunately booked longest B & B stay, 3 nights, here on our Scotland/Hebridean road trip. and so glad we did. Stunning views and position of the property overlooking the bay, what a special island. Big breakfast hampers each morning, full of a wide range of goodies, far too much to eat it all! But most of all we loved how engaged Kirsty and Tony are in their guests. No quick passing chats at this B & B, they go out of their way to connect with you and tell you about life on the island & places to go and that's why we love staying at B & Bs. We weren't blessed with wonderful weather, but hey ho, can't have everything. And a mention too of the wonderful selection of books in an enormous bookcase in your room.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Hans-Georg B wrote a review Jan 2019
14 contributions2 helpful votes
By chance we discovered Suainaval when we travelled the Scottish mainland and the Outer Hebrides. A warm welcome, lovely room with a huge panorama window looking towards Uig Bay (better than any TV-program !!!). Tony and Kirsty were lovely hosts. The breakfast was fabulous. When ever going back to Lewis, that is our first adress. p.s. There are some changes since 2017. Blease check the homepage. p.s. Our last visits have been in May 2013 and May 2016. We missed 2017/2018.
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Date of stay: May 2018
Elisabetta G wrote a review Jul 2017
Milan, Italy243 contributions95 helpful votes
Some places are difficult to review, because they have something “SPECIAL”, nearly impossible to describe… Suainaval, to us, is one of them. I think that, likely, what made us feel so good there was the distinct feeling that the family doesn’t host only for guests benefit, but also for their own… because THEY TRULY LIKE DOING THAT! And actually, we remember this accommodation as one of the best ever received in our life. Kirsty, Tony, lovely Megan (hope the name is right…); not to mention Rose and Charlie, the authentic Eriskay ponies… a GREAT TEAM! We loved the way how they behaved: SHOWING THEMSELVES IN THEIR FAMILY LIFE, in the most natural way… we were so honoured by that… Moreover, their MANAGEMENT was VERY EFFICIENT AND HELPFUL, WITHOUT BEING INTRUSIVE. HIGHLY RELAXING. They met all our possible needs, provided us with info on tours and places to eat; and more, they gifted us some of their beautiful pictures of Uig area… Thank you :-D BREAKFAST too was EXCELLENT, served on a very well looked after and inviting table. Little by little, we also started falling in love with the LANDSCAPE around: apparently not sensational, if compared to other beaches on the island; and YET INCREDIBLY FASCINATING, AND ALWAYS SURPRISING, because of its non-stop changing! Well… as I told at the beginning, I feel that I could just give a clue of how was staying at Suainaval… You must go there, and experience first-hand. What we already are hoping to redo next year! Thank you to all of you :-)
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Date of stay: June 2017
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Ted J wrote a review Feb 2017
4 contributions1 helpful vote
If you're headed to Lewis with a small party, stay here. Your hosts will be warm and helpful, and the area is full of interest. The rooms are very comfortable with lots of windows onto an area dominated by the Uig sands and the hills of west Lewis. When we arrived, with the sun setting and the moon rising, Tony told us to go drive up Forsnabhal for the incomparable panorama out across the headlands and the Atlantic and, turning around, back across the island. The next day, learning that we were two geologists, he and Kirsty gave us an itinerary that included the sands, headlands, mountains and machair. Although we did not go out very far, Ness is an easy drive, so that one could see, for example, the Butt of Lewis, Callanish, and Dun Carloway all in a day.
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Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
United KingdomScotlandThe HebridesOuter HebridesLewis and HarrisIsle of Lewis
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Frequently Asked Questions about Suainaval
Which popular attractions are close to Suainaval?
Nearby attractions include Uig Sands (0.8 km), The North Harris Eagle Observatory (4.6 km), and Uig Museum (1.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Suainaval?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Suainaval?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Suainaval?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Suainaval?
Conveniently located restaurants include Uig Sands Restaurant, Uig Community Centre Cafe, and The Edge Cafe.
Are there any historical sites close to Suainaval?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Callanish VIII (12.3 km).