Brevig View Cottage

A breath-taking, architect-designed Hebridean cottage dreamily positioned on the ‘edge of the world', with spectacular Scottish mountain views across the water.
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 week

A quaint village on the northern coast of the Isle of Lewis, Brevig (or Breibhig in Scottish Gaelic) is rich in the idyllic natural scenery that characterises the remote, untamed Outer Hebrides.

Think rolling, wildlife-steeped hills, lush fields, and a shimmering coastal vista, gloriously framed by a backdrop of soaring Scottish mountains in the distance.

And when you add Brevig View Cottage into the equation, you’re left with a unique form of scenic, comfort-filled paradise.

Sleek, stylish, and contemporary, the cottage is sustainably powered by solar panels, with air source heating to help keep you perfectly toasty. You’ll also find a warming log fire in the sumptuous living area, where full-height vaulted ceilings and enormous windows frame those views to utter perfection.

Cook up a storm in the sea-view kitchen and dining room, equipped with everything you’ll need to enjoy feasts of just about every description… and a dishwasher to help with the cleaning-up afterwards!

Though if you prefer dining in the Great Outdoors, there’s a stunning, sheltered picnic area towards the end of the house, which is perfect for sunset barbecues and afternoon snacks alike.

Relaxing on the scenic decking, meanwhile, is sure to become addictive at any time of day, whether you’re getting lost in birdsong over morning coffee, or nursing a chilled evening glass of wine. With that ever-changing sky, and scenery that leads your gaze over the village and out towards the Minch, there’s always something new to marvel at.

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At a glance

  • A contemporary, architect-designed cottage with breath-taking sea-and-mountain views that lead all the way to the Scottish mainland.
  • The cottage is beautifully positioned in the ancient Hebridean village of Brevig, on the Isle of Lewis.
  • Up to 6 guests can be accommodated in 3 large bedrooms: a ground-floor kingsize master with en-suite facilities, and a superking and a twin upstairs.
  • Relax in the sumptuous living area, or cook up a storm in the well-equipped kitchen and dining room, all boasting superlative sea views.
  • There’s a sheltered picnic area and furnished decking for al fresco barbecuing and catch-up conversation over a well-deserved glass of wine!
  • Take an energising hill walk, or cycle some of the iconic Hebridean Way. There is plenty to discover in the local area, from historic monuments and deserted beaches to fresh-caught seafood.


  • Family Friendly
  • Seaside Breaks


Contemporary, architect-designed cottage, sleeps 6 guests.  Living area with large windows, log burning stove with logs, seating, flatscreen Smart TV with Freeview.  Wi-fi throughout.  Modern, well-equipped kitchen/diner with cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, dining table and chairs.  Utility area with washer/dryer, WC.  Kingsize bedroom with en-suite facilities.  Stairs to first floor: superking and twin bedrooms with shared shower room.  Outside: large furnished decking area to the front, sheltered picnic area with wooden picnic table at the end of the house.  Private driveway with 2 parking spaces.  Storage shed for sports and cycling equipment.

Local Activities

Walking, cycling, historic sites, fresh seafood, boat trips, beaches

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(Perhaps you’ll even spot the mythical Blue Men of the Minch floating on the water during your stay!)

Stay out until the stars make their twinkling appearance overhead, then make your blissful retreat to one of three large, elegant bedrooms: a kingsize master on the ground floor, complete with en-suite facilities, and a superking and a twin with a shared shower room upstairs.

After a sound night’s sleep and a hearty home-cooked breakfast, it’s time to get out and explore the full beauty of your surroundings. The Outer Hebrides are well-known as one of Britain’s last remaining wildernesses, so you can luxuriate in the pure remoteness of isolated, pristine beaches and untouched mountain paths.

Pay a visit to Brevig Harbour, explore historic monuments, or jump on your bike and traverse some of the iconic Hebridean Way, before savouring a well-earned supper of freshly-caught seafood.  The blissful choice is completely yours.

Things to note

Regrettably, pets are not permitted.

Where you'll be staying

Brevig, Isle of Lewis

What the guests of Brevig View Cottage say

“Amazing place, beautiful house and perfect hospitality! Me and my wife felt at home then! Good place to stay and from there to set out to explore beautiful coutryside.”

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