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Ocean View Breanish
Isle of Lewis

Tel: 01851 870763
Mob: 07760 140658


Four Stars


The Isle of Lewis has so much to offer you, whether you are interested in fishing, hill walking, island history or just simply to recharge your batteries.

Uig is an area of Lewis which offers incredible natural beauty with its rugged Atlantic coastline and golden sandy beaches. Nowhere are these breathtaking views more apparent than Breanish, the last village in Uig, situated 45 miles from Stornoway the main town in Lewis.

We extend to all a warm welcome to our 4 star self-catering cottage - Ocean View. The accommodation sits on a three-acre croft with direct access to the rocky coastline of the Atlantic Ocean, viewed from the rear of the cottage.

'Mealashal', which at 1885ft high, is the highest peak in Lewis and a challenge to any visitor interested in hill walking, dominates the view from the front of the cottage.

Ocean View offers a very private location with ample area round the property. It is neatly landscaped with paving, plants and shrubs, a patio area with garden table, parasol, chairs and bench - all you need to enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the summer sunshine.

Uig has some of the most beautiful beaches in the Western Isles, and Breanish is no exception. Just a five-minute walk from Ocean View lies an idyllic little beach, 'Mealasta Beach'. With golden sand and aquamarine waters, it is truly picturesque.

Local Information
Shopping -
Uig Community Shop and Post Office is seven miles away from Breanish, in the village of Timsgarry. As well as offering a full post office service, the shop also supplies petrol and diesel, coal, daily papers, gifts and a variety of fresh and non-perishable products.

In Stornoway there are Co-operative and Tesco supermarkets, stocking a wide range of products. Why not pop into our local butchers W. J. MacDonald in Francis Street Stornoway and try some of their high quality produce, such as Lewis lamb, Scottish beef or their award-winning Black Puddings.

A daily bus service runs between Stornoway and Uig, although not all services go as far as Breanish.

Visitors should be aware that, due to religious island traditions, there are no shops open on Sundays. Please make sure that all necessary weekend provisions and fuel are purchased on Saturday.

Local Sunday church services, are held in both native Gaelic and English.

Church of Scotland: English service 12.30pm, Sunday School 12.30pm, Gaelic service 6.00pm. Visitors are always very welcome at services and Sunday School.
Free Presbyterian Church: Gaelic service - 12 noon, English service 6.00pm.

Ocean View exterior Ocean View

View to Atlantic Ocean View to Atlantic Ocean

Patio area, with Mealashal in background Patio area, with Mealashal in background

Highland cow Highland cow

Mealashal from the shore Mealashal from the shore

Towards Harris Towards Harris

Sunset in Breanish Sunset in Breanish

Mealasta beach Mealasta beach