Isle of Harris self catering cottages: Two Water Lodge, StockinishHARRIS
TWO WATER'S  LODGE
Likisto,
Isle of Harris
HS3 3EH

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Sleeps: 6 - 12.
No pets.

Price range:
£900 - £1300 pw.



For further details please contact:

Gail Tunnah
Tel: 0044 (0)7795244997
Fax and Answerphone: 0044 (0)1859 530397


 Two Water Lodge is situated at the southern end of Stockinish / Likisto, which is on the rocky east coast of South Harris, just beside Loch Stockinish and the tidal Loch Saile. Twenty minutes away by car are the wonderful sandy beaches on the West coast of South Harris.

Free fishing on Loch Saile - fly only and artificial baits are allowed. For all other Lochs from Finsbay, fishing permits for one day, three days or week(s) are necessary. There is no charge for fishing boats with oars from Finsbay Fishing. Fishermen have the first right. Disabled boat on Loch Huamavat needs a Ghillie and a motor for which there is an extra charge. Persons with a wheelchair can stay in the Lodge. (Flexible wooden Ramp available).

Accommodation (all ground floor):  
  • Large sitting room with open fireplace fitted with living flame electric fire, dining room, well equipped kitchen. Three twin bedrooms (two of which have en-suite shower rooms and one en-suite twin bedroom has an extra single bed, there is also a fold down bed available), two double bedrooms - three bedrooms have en-suite shower and wc, one of the other rooms has its own wash handbasin.  There is a separate bathroom and also an additional wc.
  • Parking at front of house.
 Equipment:  
  • Colour Freesat TV, CD player, electric cooker, gas hob, microwave, central heating, fridge, deep freeze, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer.
  • Sheltered outdoor barbecue area with gas grill.
  • Garden furniture.
  • Linen is provided.
  • Central heating (by oil) and electricity included in rent.
  • Broadband available by request for which there is an extra charge.
Shops and pubs 7 miles.
The area is ideal for fishing, bird watching, hill walking, sea fishing, otter and seal watching.

100 Lochs Fishing
Finsbay, Flodabay and Stockinish
  • Finsbay Loch Fishing provides salmon, sea trout and wild brown trout.
  • Flodabay Loch Fishing provides sea trout and wild brown trout fishing, occasionally salmon.
  • Stockinish Loch Fishing provides sea trout and wild brown trout, occasionally salmon.
All fishing is by fly only and in total there are twenty boats and a special low boat for the disabled, with outboard motors available for all. Ghillies can be arranged with prior notice.
 


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HARRIS
TWO WATER'S  LODGE
Likisto,
Isle of Harris
HS3 3EH

_____________

Sleeps: 6 - 12.
No pets.

Price range:
£900 - £1300 pw.


For further details please contact:

Gail Tunnah
Tel: 0044 (0)7795244997
Fax and Answerphone: 0044 (0)1859 530397
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Two Water Lodge is situated at the southern end of Stockinish / Likisto, which is on the rocky east coast of South Harris, just beside Loch Stockinish and the tidal Loch Saile. Twenty minutes away by car are the wonderful sandy beaches on the West coast of South Harris.

Free fishing on Loch Saile - fly only and artificial baits are allowed. For all other Lochs from Finsbay, fishing permits for one day, three days or week(s) are necessary. There is no charge for fishing boats with oars from Finsbay Fishing. Fishermen have the first right. Disabled boat on Loch Huamavat needs a Ghillie and a motor for which there is an extra charge. Persons with a wheelchair can stay in the Lodge. (Flexible wooden Ramp available).



Accommodation (all ground floor):  

Equipment:   Shops and pubs 7 miles.
The area is ideal for fishing, bird watching, hill walking, sea fishing, otter and seal watching.

100 Lochs Fishing
Finsbay, Flodabay and Stockinish All fishing is by fly only and in total there are twenty boats and a special low boat for the disabled, with outboard motors available for all. Ghillies can be arranged with prior notice.
 



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