South Uist offers some of the most peaceful beaches and locations in the UK. The images below were taken all within 2 miles of the Tigh A' Bhaoghlach holiday home
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist in Pictures
South Uist Seals
WALKING: If you fancy a leisurely stroll along the machair with its wild flowers and its white beach, head down through the small township of Garrynamoine for about a mile. Or if you are feeling a little more energetic, jump the fence and step straight into the moors and head up Easbhal, the hill next to the house. From the top you will be greeted with fantastic views of Eriskay, Barra and on good days Skye and Canna. Tigh A' Bhaolach has these walks all on its doorstep.
EXPLORE: The isle of South Uist and it's neighbouring islands of Eriskay, Benbecula and North Uist - all reached by causeway. Barra (where Whiskey Galore was filmed) can be reached by a short ferry crossing. The SS Politician that carried all that whiskey actually went aground on South Uist in the Sound of Eriskay, and the owner of the houses' father was an original participant of the "whiskey salvage". Take a trip to the museum to find out more about the island. Look out also, for the thatch cottages that are being renovated across the island.
FOOD: South Uist offers some fantastic seafood cuisine. Take a visit to the local inns and hotels to sample the fare, or even better still forage down on the beach and rocks for a bag of cockles or mussels. Always ask what's available from the piers at Ludag and Loch Boisdale if the boats are in