Stornoway 8 miles.
This delightful property can be found in the village of Back, a short drive from the bustling harbour town of Stornoway, the hub of Scotland's Outer Hebrides.
A charming property with fantastic views over Broad Bay, Stremreway would be the ideal base for a family wanting to explore the wild and dramatic beauty of the Isle of Lewis.
Upon entering the property, you will find a large, open-plan living area.
On the left is a cosy sitting area with sofas, a TV and fire, a great spot to warm up after experiencing the bracing Outer Hebrides wind.
On your right is a dining table and chairs as well as a further sitting area with comfortable arm chairs and chaise longue arranged around another warming fire.
The kitchen is incredibly well-equipped and offers a spacious place to cook dinner with the family.
Through a second door is a large conservatory, offering spectacular views over the village of Gress, its magnificent sandy beach and the open expanse of Broad Bay.
It offers a sitting area with fire and a second dining area, together with two bookcases with an array of absorbing books, board games and pastimes.
There is also a family bathroom on the ground floor with a bath and overhead shower facilities.
Upstairs are two pleasantly decorated bedrooms; one twin room and one double with a modern en-suite shower room, both of which also boast views of the beautiful surrounding area.
Outside there is a large garden with both a furnished patio area and a lawn.
After a day spent hiking along the coast, relax on the patio with a glass of wine and watch the children enjoying the garden.
Walk into Back and take advantage of the a large multipurpose games hall with adjacent golf driving range, or walking routes the village has to offer, or, a short drive away is the town of Stornoway where you will find a number of hotels, shops, a gallery, cafes and restaurants as well as heritage sites like Lews Castle.
Stremreway is the perfect destination for a family or couple looking to escape to the superb landscape of the Outer Hebrides.