Shivinish

Grimsay, Isle of North Uist, Outer Hebrides, HS6 5JA

Type:B&B

From £40.00

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About

With  comfortable en-suite bedrooms and a spacious lounge, Shivinish is an ideal base for touring by car or cycle, with ample off-road parking.

On arrival, enjoy tea or coffee with delicious home-baking and a hearty breakfast in the morning.

You are assured of a warm Hebridean welcome at Shivinish B&B!

 

 

Guide Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
4
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
Double Room£40.00 per person per night (breakfast inc.)
Twin Room£40.00 per person per night (breakfast inc.)

***No cooked breakfast for 2020**
Single occupancy is £50
Minimum stay 2 nights.

Facilities

Catering

  • Breakfast Available
  • Eating Out Facilities within 2 miles
  • Tea & Coffee Available

Domestic

  • Linen Provided
  • Shower
  • Towels Provided
  • WC EnSuite

Facilities

  • Internet Access

Languages Spoken

  • Gaelic Speaking

Leisure Facilities

  • DVD Player
  • Garden
  • Radio
  • TV In Room
  • TV Lounge
  • WiFi

Location

  • Coastal Location
  • Island Location
  • Rural Location

Transport

  • Free Parking On-Site

Map & Directions

TripAdvisor

Awards

  • Welcome SchemesAncestral Welcome Ancestral Welcome 2012
  • Other AwardsSilver Listing Silver Listing 2013
  • Welcome SchemesTaste our Best Taste our Best 2016
  • Green TourismEnergy Isles Award Energy Isles Award 2016
  • Visit BritainWe're Good To Go We're Good To Go 2020
  • Other AwardsOuter Hebrides Tourism Member Outer Hebrides Tourism Member 2020
  • Other AwardsWTTC Safe Travels WTTC Safe Travels 2021

Opening Times

Season (26 Apr 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)

What's Nearby

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