Tigh Na Sith

Valasay, Isle of Lewis, Eilean Siar, HS2 9NB

Offers Over £250,000


  • 3 Bedrooms & 2 Reception Rooms

  • Tranquil island location

  • Panoramic sea views

  • Indoor relaxation suite with Endless Pool and Sauna

  • Most attractive, mature garden

  • Ideal for holiday or permanent use

  • Excellent letting potential

  • About 0.6 hectares (about 1.48 acres) in all

Situated across a sheltered lagoon on Great Bernera – part of the Outer Hebridean Island of Lewis – Tigh Na Sith enjoys a truly idyllic setting. The house which dates from about 1910, has been extended by the current owners ...

Situated across a sheltered lagoon on Great Bernera – part of the Outer Hebridean Island of Lewis – Tigh Na Sith enjoys a truly idyllic setting. The house which dates from about 1910, has been extended by the current owners to provide very comfortable, contemporary accommodation including a delightful ‘spa style’ relaxation suite with indoor Endless Pool® and sauna, modern kitchen and refurbished bathroom and shower room. The 3 bedroom, detached property is surrounded by very pretty garden grounds and from the first floor is access to a large deck with panoramic views of the Atlantic.

Adjoining the Island of Harris to the South, Lewis is the largest of the Western Isles and home to the highest number of inhabitants. The town of Stornoway, the largest town in the Hebrides, has a population of approximately 8,000. Stornoway is also home to the island’s highly acclaimed secondary school, there are also primary schools, a university and hospital, as well as a wide range of shops, cafés and restaurants. The relatively flat but varied landscape with it s sandy beaches, machair and peat moorland, makes Lewis a popular destination for visitors. It is also a haven for bird watchers and wildlife enthusiasts who enjoy the vast array of seabirds as well as otters deer and eagles. Other attractions include museums, art venues and a brewery, as well as famous local delicacies including Stornoway black pudding, kippers and smoked salmon. Lewis also benefits from regular flights from Stornoway to Inverness and Glasgow and ferry services through Caledonian MacBrayne which now include Sunday sailings.