Ceol na Mara

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Ceol na Mara

Ferry Departing Tarbert

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Ferry Departing Tarbert

Green Room

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Green Room

Breakfast at Ceol na Mara

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Breakfast at Ceol na Mara

Machair Flowers

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Machair Flowers

Old boat

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Old boat

Beach Isle of Harris

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Beach Isle of Harris

Relax at Ceol na Mara

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Relax at Ceol na Mara

Blue Bedroom

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Blue Bedroom

History

The house was originally built in the early part of the 20th century and fell into considerable disrepair during the 70’s and 80’s. In 1996 a Sketch Ceol na Maramajor refurbishment was completed to bring the house up to standard. The house name " Ceol na Mara " is Scots Gaelic for " Music of the Sea " - aptly named because of the haunting melodic tones of the water reverberating off the rocks in the tidal loch way below the house. The staircase, residents' lounge fireplace and exterior walls have all been preserved from the original building. A three storey extension was built joining with the original structure to complete the renovations.

The Guest House now comprises of -

Enjoy Ceol na Mara Guest House

Ground Floor

Residents’ dining room : sun porch & decking – commanding views over Loch Kindebig.

First Floor
King size double room with en-suite shower room.
Double room with private shower room
Residents TV lounge with sea views over Loch Kindebig

 
Direclete winterSecond Floor
Double room with en-suite shower room.

Twin room with en-suite shower room
Residents quiet reading lounge

 

Sport on Harris

Fishing on Harris

There is - Golf, Fishing, Kayaking, Diving, just to mention a few, so why not try something new this year!

Wildlife on Harris

Otters on Harris

Otters, Eagles, Deer, Seals are native to the Hebrides and the seas around us are teeming with marine life, so keep your eyes peeled for Whales and Dolphins!

Day Trips

Take a trip

Take a boat to St.Kilda, or drive up to Lewis and visit the Callanish Stones and Stornoway.