Terms and Condition – B&B


Like to watch the sun set over the Atlantic? Or wander barefoot on the white sands of a deserted beach? Or watch a Golden Eagle being mobbed by two ravens? Or catch half a dozen mackerel and have them grilled for supper? We could go on. But you get the idea. Maybe you’d rather do nothing at all?

You can do all these things at Uig Lodge.

Built in 1876 by Sir James Matheson the lodge later passed into the hands of Lord Leverhulme who subsequently presented it to his niece as a wedding present.  Perhaps he couldn’t find a fondue set?

130 years later the beauty of the location remains unchanged but the interior of the Lodge has been transformed; retaining the Victorian character of the building whilst providing our guests with all the modern comforts that the discerning traveler might require.

After a breakfast of Dr Johnsonian proportions the rest of the day is yours. A unique day. A day that can never be repeated.   You might do any of the things mentioned above or try your hand at trout fishing, or visit the local distillery or finish writing that poem you started years ago. There’s something in the air here. Did we mention the 9 hole golf course?

Take a packed lunch and come back at 4 o’clock for afternoon tea and home baking. We serve excellent 3 course evening meals around one large table in the dining room. We are licensed and have some delicious wines. All rooms have hostess tray with tea and coffee facilities. Uig Lodge is not a hotel, it’s a home from home.


We are mainly let to self-catering groups but have some dedicated dinner, bed and breakfast dates, so please get in touch for more information.

Current dates available in 2018 are:

1st January to 7th April

14th April – 15th May

2nd June – 30th June

Double ensuite from £150 per night

Twin with separate bathroom from £110 per night

Evening meals are £30 per person for a set 3 courses. 
We are licensed and hold a good selection of wines, beers and spirits.

Please contact Elly Green on 01851 672 250 or to check availability.