About Eriskay Lilt
A new modern luxury eco-friendly five star self-catering house on the beautiful Hebridean Isle of Eriskay, with accommodation for up to eight people.
- Two twin rooms
- Two double rooms
- Two lounges
- Fitness and games room
- Bed linen and towels provided
- Flat screen TVs and DVDs in all bedrooms
- iPod docking station
- Slow cooker
- Travel cot
- High chair
- Complimentary WiFi throughout
- Wood burning stove
- Furnished to a very high standard
- Oak finishings
- 5 minutes from beaches
- Wheelchair accessible
- Pets welcome
Recently added is a sun bathing area, complete with sun loungers, sand play and a dedicated station for your disposable barbecue. Bicycles, wet suits, outdoor clothing and equipment can be safely stored in a secure outhouse adjacent to the main building. There’s also a fitness and games room, with exercise bike, dart board, tennis raquets and hula hoops for you to use. Children can also enjoy our outdoor swing and have fun with our outdoor basketball hoop and mini golf set.
Changeover day is Saturday. Check out by 10.00am. Check in at 5.00pm.
For the comfort of all guests, the property is non-smoking.
£855 per week.
A non-refundable deposit is required to secure your booking.
Final balances must be paid in full no later than 6 weeks prior to the start of the letting period. No refunds shall be given if you cancel the booking. We recommend that you have adequate insurance cover in place.
Contact us today to book or enquire:
Don & Kathleen, Tel: 0141 576 8732 or 07796 272748
Eriskay Lilt, 1 Haun, Isle of Eriskay. HS8 5JH
Early Booking Advisable
The popularity of Eriskay as a holiday destination means that accommodation can book out quickly. If we’re unable to accommodate you, then we highly recommend Aird Na Haun Self Catering Apartments.
Grocery Shopping Service
Eriskay Shop will take your grocery order in advance and deliver it to Eriskay Lilt Self Catering in time for your arrival. Simply phone 01878 720236 or email email@example.com to arrange.
Design and Construction
The house was designed by Roddy and Paul MacInnes (Coastal Homes).