‘Good things come in small packages!’
Barra holds a special place in the hearts of many. Us Scottish folk have a tendency to throw around the word ‘wee’, even in instances where something isn’t all that small. I can assure you however that Barra definitely falls into the ‘wee’ category. At just 8 miles x 5 miles at the widest point, it’s certainly not one of Scotland’s larger islands, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in beauty and plenty of character!
Barra supplies infinitely breathtaking scenery, fantastic local produce & crafts, and an enviable and palpable sense of community, all rooted in a rich clan history.
We invite you to make your stay at Seabreezes your home from home. We love our island home and are dedicated to providing all the comforts and conveniences of modern-living.
Explore what we have to offer and book your accommodation today and enjoy the escape you deserve.
Hop on a boat to make the memorable journey to the ‘Castle in the Sea’. Kisimul Castle is the seat of the chief of Clan Macneil and is the only significant medieval castle to survive in all of the Western Isles. Take in Kisimul’s spectacular site on a rock in the bay in Castlebay.
Why not take a tour of our very own island distillery. A warm Barra welcome awaits you at the Barra Gin distillery.
Of course a taste of this delicious & unique spirit is always available and you can can see where our famous Barra Atlantic Gin is made.
Why not enjoy the sense of freedom and the spirit of discovery with a clear water paddling/kayaking & see dolphins, golden eagles, porpoise, seals, basking sharks and the occasional orca.
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Renowned for its beautiful and white sandy beaches, Barra spoils you for choice!
Charter a boat to do some fishing while seeing the best of these from a different vantage point. The most popular trip is to the magical deserted island of Mingulay where colonies of puffins can be found.
See & Do...
Cycling: Barra’s quiet roads are great for cycling. Hire a bike from locals: 07908267265.
Golf: With its nine hole golf course, Barra has the most westerly course in the UK & offers fantastic views over the Atlantic Ocean.
The Heritage Centre in Castlebay has exhibits, photos & records that show past island life. Amongst the many sites to visit, Kisimul Castle & the Boldnabodach deserted village are well worth a look.
Wildlife Hebrides(1000 species of wildflower) - Fauna and flora are in abundance on Barra…seals, otters, dolphins, basking sharks, porpoise, corncrakes, sea eagles, golden eagles, buzzards, merlins, gannets, fulmars, terns & Eriskay ponies to name but a few can all be seen on the island.