Those looking for a small holiday cottage away from the crowds will love a few days at Evat Cottage. Evat Cottage is a thatched cottage, just outside Lochboisdale, on South Uist. South Uist is one of the Outer Hebrides.
From your doorstep you can explore the wilderness of South Uist. Either walk and take in the landscape, or cycle to see all corners of the island. You can drive too, but why not slow things down and explore on foot or bike?
For eating and drinking, you'll find the nearest pub and restaurant are 3½ miles. With the nearest beach (fancy a swim?) being slight closer at 2¾ mile from Evat Cottage.
You can visit some ancient sites during your holiday at Evat Cottage. Ormacleit Castle was built in 1708 - but burned down in 1715, making it one of the shortest lived castles in Scotland! You can go and see the site of one of the Standing Stones - a feature on several islands around the Outer Hebrides.
To the north of the island, Loch Druidibeg is worth a visit for the shear amount of wildlife which thrives there.
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