Otters visit the cottge

 The Hebridean Islands are outstanding in their beauty, with white sand beaches, ancient archeology, abundant wildlife and wildflowers, but the Isle of Harris is the jewel of the Hebrides.

Tucked away just a short drive from Tarbert, the main town on Harris, in a secluded bay is Mol Bàn a traditional Hebridean croft house. Mol Bàn nestles in a quarter acre of landscaped gardens, slightly wild as you would expect on this untamed island and as the name implies (shingle beach in Gaelic) a path leads from the front door down to the pebble beach where Otters shyly go about their business.

Mol Bàn makes an ideal self catering holiday cottage, offering comfortable spacious accommodation with three large double bedrooms which can sleep up to six people. Two large reception rooms means you have lots of space for family, or friends and a large garden with your own pebble beach where children can play and explore. This makes this Harris cottage the ideal base for a Hebridean holiday.