Isle of Berneray self-catering holiday accommodation is found in the Outer Hebrides on a picturesque island just two miles by three miles in size off the west coast of Scotland. Despite its size most of the day to day needs of staying in a rental home in Isle of Berneray are at hand with a shop, a tea room, a post office, a community hall and a fishing harbour. There is a beautiful white sand beach very close to an Isle of Berneray holiday cottage backed by high sand dunes and grass pastures. The island is steeped in history from Bronze Age to Vikings and there is a large amount of wild life to discover, with the bird population changing with the seasons. Berneray is one of 15 inhabited islands in the archipelago making for very interesting boat trips while staying in a self-catering cottage in Isle of Berneray. With the cause way from Berneray to Otternish on North Uist a day out from your rental home in Isle of Berneray to visit the museum, the arts centre and camera obscura in Lochmaddy which is also a fishing port where great fresh crab and lobster can be found. There are also a number of interesting prehistoric structures to visit on North Uist. In the winter it is possible to see the Northern Lights in the clear night sky from your rental accommodation in Isle of Berneray.
Weather Isle of Berneray rental cottages are in a region that is influenced by the Gulf Stream making the weather remarkably mild for such a northerly position.
Best time to visit Probably the best time to visit an Isle of Berneray holiday home is April to June or September to October when the weather is often at its best as is the scenery.
Reaching Isle of Berneray The closest International airport to Isle of Berneray holiday homes and cottages is Glasgow Prestwick International (PIK) which is 40 minutes away by domestic flight.