The Lochboisdale Hotel very much a traditional Scottish hotel offering the very warmest of Western Isle welcomes to all their guests. Calum and Karen and the family run Lochboisdale, the hotel is is a fantastic location with amazing views out across to Canna and Rhum.
Lochboisdale overlooks the harbour by the ferry terminal, superb location to explore South Uist and the Western Isles.
Lochboisdale is very much your traditional local hotel where there are often spontaneous music sessions in the bar where locals and guests join in together, the hotel is well known for their welcoming atmosphere. Remember when on the Western Isles the pace of life is not quite as hectic as the mainland, you will have plenty of time to unwind and enjoy this fantastic part of Scotland.
Looking for a true taste of Scotland you will find it in spades at Lochboisdale.
Calum & Karen's aim is quite simply to make you feel at home, comfortable and relaxed so you can really enjoy your holiday.
Lochboisdale have fifteen bedrooms in total, a mixture of singles, twins, doubles, a family room and one king size room perfect for a romantic weekend away. All rooms are en-suite and all but three have superb views out across the bay.
Room rates at Lochboisdale
Standard Single Room
£50 low season £70 high season.
Standard Twin/double Room
£100 low season £120 high season.
Premium Double Room with sea view
£110 low season £130 high season.
£130 low season £150 high season.
High Season is from 1st May to 31st October. All prices qioted are per room and inclide ful Scottish breakfast and vat. To confirm any reservation credit card details are requested, no payment will be taken however if you fail to cancel your reservation full payment will be taken from your card.
singles £55-£70 Doubles £100 - £120
As you would expect seafood features highly on the menus at Lochboisdale. The days catch is landed in front of the hotel, fish and seafood just not get any fresher than this! All meals are cooked to order to ensure the freshest of food featuring the best of local South Uist produce.